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The Mobile Insulin Titration Intervention (MITI) for Insulin Adjustment in an Urban, Low-Income Population: Randomized Controlled Trial

The Mobile Insulin Titration Intervention (MITI) for Insulin Adjustment in an Urban, Low-Income Population: Randomized Controlled Trial

Insulin is commonly prescribed to treat uncontrolled diabetes [4]. Patients are started on a low dose of insulin and their dose is adjusted or “titrated” according to their blood glucose levels.

Natalie Levy, Victoria Moynihan, Annielyn Nilo, Karyn Singer, Lidia S Bernik, Mary-Ann Etiebet, Yixin Fang, James Cho, Sundar Natarajan

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(7):e180

A Reinforcement Learning–Based Method for Management of Type 1 Diabetes: Exploratory Study

A Reinforcement Learning–Based Method for Management of Type 1 Diabetes: Exploratory Study

Once the final Q-values are estimated, the only thing that needs to be known is the state of the environment (T1DM patient) st to determine a right action at (insulin dose).At the beginning of the algorithm, Q-values are initiated to an arbitrary real number

Mahsa Oroojeni Mohammad Javad, Stephen Olusegun Agboola, Kamal Jethwani, Abe Zeid, Sagar Kamarthi

JMIR Diabetes 2019;4(3):e12905

Use of and Beliefs About Mobile Phone Apps for Diabetes Self-Management: Surveys of People in a Hospital Diabetes Clinic and Diabetes Health Professionals in New Zealand

Use of and Beliefs About Mobile Phone Apps for Diabetes Self-Management: Surveys of People in a Hospital Diabetes Clinic and Diabetes Health Professionals in New Zealand

Prescription of lipid lowering drugs, anti-hypertensive drugs, insulin, or other hypoglycemic medication were also extracted from the medication list from the last visit within the sample period.

Leah Boyle, Rebecca Grainger, Rosemary M Hall, Jeremy D Krebs

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017;5(6):e85

Understanding Patient Portal Use: Implications for Medication Management

Understanding Patient Portal Use: Implications for Medication Management

Medication nonadherence includes not taking the appropriate dose of a medication or not taking it at the correct time (ie, suboptimal dose adherence), abandoning a medication all together, or not picking up or reauthorizing an existing medication (ie, suboptimal

Chandra Y Osborn, Lindsay Satterwhite Mayberry, Kenneth A Wallston, Kevin B Johnson, Tom A Elasy

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(7):e133

Glucose Control, Disease Burden, and Educational Gaps in People With Type 1 Diabetes: Exploratory Study of an Integrated Mobile Diabetes App

Glucose Control, Disease Burden, and Educational Gaps in People With Type 1 Diabetes: Exploratory Study of an Integrated Mobile Diabetes App

insulin before night (or by continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion by insulin pump), and adjustment of insulin dose based on food (carbohydrate) intake, actual glucose levels, intended physical activity, and experience (self-management) [2].

Cornelis J Tack, Gerardus J Lancee, Barend Heeren, Lucien JLPG Engelen, Sandra Hendriks, Lisa Zimmerman, Daniele De Massari, Marleen MHJ van Gelder, Tom H van de Belt

JMIR Diabetes 2018;3(4):e17