The Effect of a Global, Subject, and Device-Specific Model on a Noninvasive Glucose Monitoring Multisensor System

Caduff, Andreas and Zanon, Mattia and Mueller, Martin and Zakharov, Pavel and Feldman, Yuri and De Feo, Oscar and Donath, Marc and Stahel, Werner A. and Talary, Mark S.. (2015) The Effect of a Global, Subject, and Device-Specific Model on a Noninvasive Glucose Monitoring Multisensor System. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology, 9 (4). pp. 865-872.

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BACKGROUND: We study here the influence of different patients and the influence of different devices with the same patients on the signals and modeling of data from measurements from a noninvasive Multisensor glucose monitoring system in patients with type 1 diabetes. The Multisensor includes several sensors for biophysical monitoring of skin and underlying tissue integrated on a single substrate. METHOD: Two Multisensors were worn simultaneously, 1 on the upper left and 1 on the upper right arm by 4 patients during 16 study visits. Glucose was administered orally to induce 2 consecutive hyperglycemic excursions. For the analysis, global (valid for a population of patients), personal (tailored to a specific patient), and device-specific multiple linear regression models were derived. RESULTS: We find that adjustments of the model to the patients improves the performance of the glucose estimation with an MARD of 17.8% for personalized model versus a MARD of 21.1% for the global model. At the same time the effect of the measurement side is negligible. The device can equally well measure on the left or right arm. We also see that devices are equal in the linear modeling. Thus hardware calibration of the sensors is seen to be sufficient to eliminate interdevice differences in the measured signals. CONCLUSIONS: We demonstrate that the hardware of the 2 devices worn on the left and right arms are consistent yielding similar measured signals and thus glucose estimation results with a global model. The 2 devices also return similar values of glucose errors. These errors are mainly due to nonstationarities in the measured signals that are not solved by the linear model, thus suggesting for more sophisticated modeling approaches.
Faculties and Departments:03 Faculty of Medicine > Departement Biomedizin > Department of Biomedicine, University Hospital Basel > Diabetes Research (Donath)
UniBasel Contributors:Donath, Marc
Item Type:Article, refereed
Article Subtype:Research Article
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