Vol 36: LOGIC-Insulin Algorithm-Guided Versus Nurse-Directed Blood Glucose Control During Critical Illness: The LOGIC-1 single-center, randomized, controlled clinical trial.Report as inadecuate



 Vol 36: LOGIC-Insulin Algorithm-Guided Versus Nurse-Directed Blood Glucose Control During Critical Illness: The LOGIC-1 single-center, randomized, controlled clinical trial.


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This article is from Diabetes Care, volume 36.AbstractOBJECTIVE: Tight blood glucose control TGC in critically ill patients is difficult and labor intensive, resulting in poor efficacy of glycemic control and increased hypoglycemia rate. The LOGIC-Insulin computerized algorithm has been developed to assist nurses in titrating insulin to maintain blood glucose levels at 80–110 mg-dL normoglycemia and to avoid severe hypoglycemia



Author: Van Herpe, Tom; Mesotten, Dieter; Wouters, Pieter J.; Herbots, Jeroen; Voets, Evy; Buyens, Jo; De Moor, Bart; Van den Berghe, Greet

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