Use of a computer-based insulin infusion algorithm to treat diabetic ketoacidosis in the emergency department. Ullal J, McFarland R, Bachand M, Aloi J.. Diabetes Technol Ther. 2016;18(2):100-103.
Improved inpatient hypoglycemia rates with electronic glycemic management system [abstract]. Aloi J, Ullal J, Chidester P, Henderson A, Booth R, McFarland R, Mumford A.. In: Abstracts of the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE); 2016 May 25-29; Orlando (FL). 2016;():328.
Comparison of computer-guided versus standard insulin infusion regimens in patients with diabetic ketoacidosis [abstract]. Aloi J, Hebblewhite H, Ullal J, Booth R, McFarland R, Reyes D, Pasquale F, Bode B, Umpierrez G.. In: Abstracts of the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE); 2016 May 25-29; Orlando (FL). 2016;():326.
The frequency of hypoglycemia in hospitalized patients treated with insulin increases overall costs associated with hospitalization and length of stay [abstract]. Aloi J, Ullal J, McFarland R, Henderson A.. In: Abstracts of the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Diabetes Association; 2016 June 10-14; New Orleans (LA). 2016;():152-LB.
Sepsis-related dysglycemia: can a computerized IV insulin Algorithm improve glycemic control, reduce hypoglycemia and reduce 30-day hospital readmissions? [abstract]. Aloi J, McFarland R, Booth R, Henderson A.. In: Abstracts of the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Diabetes Association; 2016 June 10-14; New Orleans (LA). 2016;():153-LB.
Comparison of an electronic glycemic management system versus provider-managed subcutaneous basal bolus insulin therapy in the hospital setting. Aloi J, Bode BW, Ullal J, Chidester P, McFarland RS, Bedingfield AE, Mabrey M, Booth R, Mumpower A, Wallia A.. J Diabetes Sci Technol. 2016;():.
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