Special Issue "Glucose Sensors—an Essential Tool in Diabetes Management"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 July 2022) | Viewed by 5517
Interests: diabetes technology; glucose sensing; artificial pancreas; automated insulin delivery; connected care; decision support systems
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Interests: diabetes technology; artificial pancreas; pediatric diabetes
Diabetes management is a challenge not only for people affected by the condition but also their healthcare providers too. To achieve the treatment goals, reliable and accurate glucose sensors are important. Novel glucose sensors that use new technology, such as optical sensing via implant, are under development. Currently, little is understood about the reaction of subcutaneous tissue towards glucose sensors.
The aims and scope of this Special Issue of Biosensors allow for submissions over a broad range of topics on glucose sensing technology, such as sensor accuracy, including hypoglycemia, data on novel glucose sensor technology and the reaction of the subcutaneous adipose tissue to glucose sensors. This issue is intended to cover preclinical development and clinical applications of glucose sensors, novel algorithms to improve hypoglycemia detection and methods to assess tissue reaction.
Dr. Julia Mader
Dr. Martin Tauschmann
Dr. Lilian Witthauer
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- continuous glucose monitoring
- diabetes management
- time in range
- sensor accuracy
- novel glucose sensing techniques
- sensor longevity
- subcutaneous tissue reaction