Research Journal of Medical Sciences

Year: 2014
Volume: 8
Issue: 1
Page No. 6 - 12

Efficient Method for Insulin Control Pumping in Type 1 Diabetes

Authors : R. Arangasamy, J. Sundararajan, Ila Vennila and G. Shankar

Abstract: The main objective of this study is to inject insulin for type 1 diabetes patient by pumping the insulin. The blood glucose level has to be monitored with the help of glucose tolerance test. For efficient method to control type 1 diabetes, we will use embedded linear parameter varying methodology controller. In this study, there are three steps, researchers need to focus. First is the sensor values read from the sensors has to be monitored, second is the lab information (patient’s basic level of tests). Third the feedback after the compensation of the first and second steps. Depending on the patients test details the insulin has to be injected. For example, if the person sensor value is greater than the reference limit then he has to be provided with insulin for a longer period. So, the comparison of lab details with the patients current sensor values play a vital role in determining the insulin level for a patient. Finally, the feedback has to be obtained with the help of those comparisons and it has to be sent once again as a loop to the controller for later comparison and also for database information. Here, the controller is the key element for updating all the information about the patient and it will control all the parameters of the board. Here, researcherss are using EEPROM to save all the data on location basis. It is capable of holding 256 bytes at a time and each location can store one byte information at a time.

How to cite this article:

R. Arangasamy, J. Sundararajan, Ila Vennila and G. Shankar, 2014. Efficient Method for Insulin Control Pumping in Type 1 Diabetes. Research Journal of Medical Sciences, 8: 6-12.

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