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International Journal of Electrical and Power Engineering
Year: 2019  |  Volume: 13  |  Issue: 3  |  Page No.: 50 - 55

Model Based Control for Insulin Infusion System in Postoperative Diabetic Patients: A Novel Approach

A. Alavudeen Basha and S. Vivekanandan    

Abstract: In post-operative period, the variation of the blood glucose level is one of the important complications to be controlled which avoid abnormal conditions like hypo/hyper glycaemia that leads to emergency situation. To overcome this condition the closed loop control strategy is used to infuse the insulin to the human body as a continuous infusion system that stabilizes its level. In this study two different model based controllers (Model predictive control and Internal model control) were designed and their performances were observed. The output of the controller were compared and tested with Bergman minimal model in normal condition and even with series disturbance like meal and exercise. The results clearly predict that model predictive controller performance is better and meets the target.

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