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Premium member Presentation Transcript TELEMEDICINE:INSULIN PUMP CONTROLLED VIA THE GLOBAL SYSTEM FOR MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS(GSM): TELEMEDICINE:INSULIN PUMP CONTROLLED VIA THE GLOBAL SYSTEM FOR MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS(GSM) R. Gr¨oning et al. / International Journal of Pharmaceutics 339 (2007) 61–65 VEERAPANDIAN MURUGAN (2008-40152) 22/04/2008 INTRODUCTION : INTRODUCTION The concept of telemedicine is to compensate the spatial distance between patient and physician using telecommunication devices GSM modem transfer the measurements of capillary BG concentration, to health care provider Leads to better glycemic control and hospitalization cost in diabetes therapy PowerPoint Presentation: Telemedicine also integrated in diabetes education. Another way of telemanagement is the remote control of drug delivery such as an insulin pump using telecommunication system. Effective monitoring phase and accurate realization of therapy. MATERIALS AND METHODS: MATERIALS AND METHODS Insulin pump via the global system for mobile communication Control commands are transferred in encrypted form via (smsc) GSM modem equipped for connecting sms Fig. 1. Functional principle of the computer-based insulin pump control via GSM.: Fig. 1. Functional principle of the computer-based insulin pump control via GSM. Fig. 2. Schematic diagram of the spring-powered insulin pump: (1) pistonrod;(2) gear; (3) stepping motor; (4) spring; (5) insulin reservoir; (6)acryl glass frame; (7) infusion set; (8) gear; (9) infrared detector; (10) piston.: Fig. 2. Schematic diagram of the spring-powered insulin pump: (1) pistonrod;(2) gear; (3) stepping motor; (4) spring; (5) insulin reservoir; (6)acryl glass frame; (7) infusion set; (8) gear; (9) infrared detector; (10) piston. Control of insulin release: Control of insulin release Infrared detector signal binary counter Eight impulses of IR detector relates 44 motor steps and release 1I.U of insulin from the reservoir Every 8 th signal from binary counter of I.R detector transferred to the GSM modem SMS connect the computer for programming the insulin release Insulin devices: Insulin devices DISCUSSION OF RESULTS: DISCUSSION OF RESULTS visual basic professional 4.0 (microsoft corp. seattle USA) computer program used in these investigation An encrypted SMS containing the step interval is sent every 60 min to the pump for controlling the release Program window “Pump Settings”.: Program window “Pump Settings”. Program window “Pump Control”.: Program window “Pump Control”. Flowchart of the steps and actions executed by the Visual Basic program.: Flowchart of the steps and actions executed by the Visual Basic program. Remote-controlled insulin release from the experimental insulin pump (n=6: (●), programmed release rate; (o), obtained release rate).: Remote-controlled insulin release from the experimental insulin pump ( n =6: ( ● ), programmed release rate; ( o ) , obtained release rate). CONCLUSION: CONCLUSION In the future the drug delivery using telemetric techniques will become more and more important In the present investigations an experimental insulin has been developed which is remote controlled via computer program and GSM The pump can be programmed in advance for a time period of 24h PERSPECTIVE: PERSPECTIVE Telemedicine program effective in diabetes monitoring & reducing diabetes related crisis. Intervention program design more essential than technology in program success. Change theories may enhance program success. PowerPoint Presentation: Telemedicine has the potential for larger scale community based tele-diabetes intervention. Collaboration may involve organizations with interoperable personal health record systems. Large scale intervention has the potential of efficiency of scale MODES OF INTERVENTION: MODES OF INTERVENTION Category Examples of Intervention Applications Internet-based Monitoring Interactive program incorporating measures within 3 different domains: physical, behavioral and psychosocial. Automated data transfer Telephone-based Monitoring Phone, web-phone, applications of Trans-theoretical stages of change model, and Negotiated Telephone Support for behavior change Software Assisted Reporting Home unit glucose data entry device, blood glucose data meter and modem for glucose data transmission PowerPoint Presentation: View of GSM telemanagement device LIMITATIONS OF PUMP DELIVERY VIA GSM MODEM PROGRAM: LIMITATIONS OF PUMP DELIVERY VIA GSM MODEM PROGRAM Considerations of security issues Back up mechanism for areas of low GSM network coverage/network failure Flow regulating mechanism for computer software security measures FUTURE ASPECT OF GLUCOSE MONITORING: FUTURE ASPECT OF GLUCOSE MONITORING PowerPoint Presentation: Any questions ? You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.