The most recent issue of the journal Diabetic Hypoglycemia.

Further information: Get in touch with the Director of Analysis for medical and Productivity Research Center, Associate Professor Sandra Jones on 4221 4209 or Scott Avery on 0409 356 402.. Artificial pancreas system reduces threat of nocturnal hypoglycemia An article recently published in The Lancet reports that using an artificial pancreas program overnight can significantly reduce the risk of nocturnal hypoglycemia in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes. Moreover, the first medical trial of an artificial pancreas system delivering both insulin and glucagon shows that system can prevent development of hypoglycemia. The most recent issue of the journal Diabetic Hypoglycemia , University of Wollongong.Edington.The uniformity of the ultimate image is accomplished using self-calibration software, designed by MOVING also, which adapts each one of the 40 projections and guarantees the concordance and continuity of the machine. The self-calibration algorithm is founded on the projection of patterns and on the capture of these patterns by four digital cameras that are controlled by a PC. Its visualisation software program guarantees that any digital model could be inspected using the conversation methods defined for the navigation, selection and manipulation of virtual objects. In the CAVE, users interact with items and the virtual picture through their gestures wirelessly. The new interaction program, which reaches the experimental stage, will be transparent and highly ergonomic.