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Journal Articles (Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation)
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- 4Yardley, J. E.
- 2Bracken, R. M.
- 1Author NB was supported by an Alberta Innovates Health Solutions Summer Studentship. This collaborative work was made possible by Swansea University Research Grant Enabler (SURGE) funding.
- 1Bouchard, D.
- 1Brockman, N. K.
- 1Cornish, S.
Prior to the widespread use of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM), knowledge of the effects of exercise in type 1 diabetes (T1D) was limited to the exercise period, with few studies having the budget or capacity to monitor participants overnight. Recently, CGM has become a staple of many...
Closed-loop systems for patients with type 1 diabetes are progressing rapidly. Despite these advances, current systems may struggle in dealing with the acute stress of exercise. Algorithms to predict exercise-induced blood glucose changes in current systems are mostly derived from data involving...
Interstitial glucose and physical exercise in type 1 diabetes: Integrative physiology, technology, and the gap in-betweenDownload
Continuous and flash glucose monitoring systems measure interstitial fluid glucose concentrations within a body compartment that is dramatically altered by posture and is responsive to the physiological and metabolic changes that enable exercise performance in individuals with type 1 diabetes....
Adding vigorous-intensity intervals (VII) to moderate-intensity exercise prevents immediate declines in blood glucose in type 1 diabetes (T1D) however the intensity required to minimize post-exercise hypoglycemia is unknown. To examine this question, ten sedentary T1D individuals completed four...