Modeling of blood glucose dynamics with account of systemic loop topology
A. G. Borzova, A. V. Drevalb, S. I. Mukhina
a Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics, Computational Methods Department
b Moscow Regional Scientific-Research Clinical Institute
Paper describes a model of human glucose regulation with account of cardiovascular system topology. It is based on convectional and diffusive transport of insulin and glucose through a closed loop of blood vessels. Main types of interaction between substances and organs/tissues are taken into account. Presented approach shows possibility to simulate basic glucose regulation mechanisms with respect to cardiovascular topology.
mathematical modeling, diabetes, insulin, glucose, substance transport.
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A. G. Borzov, A. V. Dreval, S. I. Mukhin, “Modeling of blood glucose dynamics with account of systemic loop topology”, Matem. Mod., 27:2 (2015), 3–24
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