The presentations aimed to give an insight into the scientific work of Semmelweis University from the beginnings up to the present day including the direction of research in the future.
The event was opened by dr. Béla Merkely, Rector and dr. Takács, Director in his opening speech.
In his opening speech Dr. Béla Merkely, Rector. Péter Kempler gave a presentation on the history of the Hungarian Diabetes Association from until present days. Péter Kempler also introduced some of the most important projects, events and results of the Hungarian Diabetes Association.
Automation and control are used constantly to enhance productivity and quality, as well as to provide safety and, most importantly, to improve the quality of life. Closed-loop systems and smart devices can be found in home appliances, automobiles, aviation and more. As in other aspects of life, the principles of automation and control can be used in medical devices and in the management of Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus T1DM. The idea of an algorithmic or technological way to automate glucose control is not new and has been researched for more than four decades.
The HDA has recently concluded two type one diabetes presentation cooperation agreements with the government. One of these enables the prescription of medical appliances and equipment for patients online.
In conclusion he presented the latest scientific study of HDA, which examined the prevalence, incidence, complications and costs of diabetes through database analysis. Following dr.
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István Takács. Zsuzsa Kerényi, head physician talked about the history of diabetes treatment through her personal experience. Zsuzsanna Putz presented the genetic background of diabetes and its complications.
Erica Nishimura scientific vice president of the Novo Nordisk Diabetes Copenhagen talked about the perspectives in diabetology, dr. The last program on the schedule gave an opportunity to dr.
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Anna Körei, dr. Márk Svébis, dr.
Orsolya Vági and dr. Tamás Jávorfi, the young diabetologists of the department to introduce themselves. May also be interested.