CGAO: Contrôle Glycémique Assisté par Ordinateur
Participants : Alexandre Guerrini, Michel Sorine.
This development is made in collaboration with Pierre Kalfon (Chartres Hospital) and Gaëtan Roudillon (LK2).
This software developed with LK2 and Hospital Louis Pasteur (Chartres) provides efficient monitoring and control tools that will help physicians and nursing staff to avoid hyperglycaemia and hypoglycaemia episodes in Intensive Care Units. It is used in a large clinical study, CGAO-REA . Commercialization will be done by LK2.
The software is designed to assist physicians to deal with a variant of the classical Stability/Precision dilemma of control theory met during blood-glucose control. It has been tested in the ICU of Chartres and, since November 2009, it is used in a large scale study launched by the SFAR (French Society of Anesthesia and Intensive Care) involving 62 ICUs and including 6422 patients.
More than 3500 patients have been included in CGAO-REA .