Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology - Articles
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The Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology (DST) is a US-based diabetes eJournal devoted, amongst other things, to the application of technology (including information technology) in clinical diabetes care.
Reproduced via the links below, with the kind permission of the Diabetes Technology Society (publishers of DST), are a selection of articles relevant to AIDA which have appeared in the journal.
Articles are accessible here as portable document format (PDF) files, for which you will need an Adobe Acrobat Reader (downloadable free via the "Get Acrobat Reader" icon)
2009:Incorporating a generic subcutaneous insulin absorption model in AIDA - early plasma insulin determinations (4.3 Mb)2007:
Incorporating a generic subcutaneous insulin absorption model in AIDA - bench testing (1.2 Mb)
Incorporating a generic subcutaneous insulin absorption model in AIDA - development plan (3.4 Mb)
Teaching diabetes using AIDA online at a summer camp (852 Kb)
These articles are reproduced from the Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology, courtesy of the Diabetes Technology Society, publishers, 1157 Chess Drive, Suite 100, Foster City, California 94404, U.S.A. Telephone: (650) 357-7140 Fax: (650) 349-6497 on-line: http://www.diabetestechnology.org
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