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Re: OpenAPS as in Artificial Pancreas System



On Wed, May 25, 2016 at 03:39:40PM +0200, Steffen Möller wrote:

> >>> The former mentioned technical reasons aside I would like to add support
> >>> for the political statement that this technology is available and should
> >>> become clinical practice.
> >> What should or should not become "clinical practice" is
> >> something that time (and RCTs and SMRs) will tell, so, no.
> > Maybe I misunderstood your statement to mean "add support for
> > the political statement ... TO DEBIAN" ?
> For Debian and Debian Med in particular I see this package to help us
> develop.

+1

> In a way this may also be political, but I had not thought about that :)

Sure, but it sounded to me that you intended to make that explicit :-)

> I had meant that the black box whow!-character of the "articificial
> pancreas" (which is about as far from an artificial pancreas as one could possibly be,
> ask the ones with a pancreatectomy)

Yeah, the pancreas is quite an amazing bit of hardware. No
wonder it sits right in the middle of it :-))

> this software helps to bring to a level
> that one can discuss it in public. To help that process and show support
> for it is has a political side to it.

I see.

Karsten
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