Is there a relationship between a human ECG and blood glucose. Experiments and hypothesis.

Volume 5, Issue 5, October 2020     |     PP. 115-126      |     PDF (1147 K)    |     Pub. Date: October 11, 2020
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Kodkin Vladimir, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Dept. of automatic electric drive, South Ural State University, Chelyabinsk, Russia

The paper presents the results of experimental studies that suggest the existence of cause-effect relationships between the process of changing the level of human blood glucose and its electrocardiograms (ECG)
During the studies, the ECG of several people of different ages and physical conditions was recorded simultaneously with the observation of the dynamics of the level of blood sugar in these same people.
As a result of the experiments, for the first time it was possible to establish that in all the subjects, with an increase in the level of blood glucose, there was a decrease in the activity of the ECG contour movement. In classical electrocardiography, the motion of an ECG contour is considered a hindrance and does not have any diagnostic information “in principle”. The experiments conducted by the authors of the article suggest the relationship between the most important physiological structures of man.
The results of the experiments are important both for physiology and for practical medicine, as they open up prospects for the development of methods for non-invasive continuous diagnosis of the dynamics of human blood glucose levels. This is extremely important for correcting the condition of patients with diabetes mellitus. The absence of such information seriously complicates the work of modern correction systems. including insulin pumps., Research data is an example of a practical study of dynamic electrocardiography - a method. proposed in previous articles.

experiments, physiology, non-invasive continuous diagnosis, human ECG and blood glucose

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Kodkin Vladimir, Is there a relationship between a human ECG and blood glucose. Experiments and hypothesis. , SCIREA Journal of Clinical Medicine. Volume 5, Issue 5, October 2020 | PP. 115-126.


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