197th Meeting - Toronto, Ontario, Canada

May 14-18, 2000


X1 - Advances in Sensors for Diabetes Monitoring

Sensor Division

Wednesday, May 17, 2000

Wentworth Room, 2nd Floor

Analtyes Other Than Glucose

Co-Chairs: T.P. Henning and J.J. Korf

10:00 Opening Remarks
10:051238 Diabetes Mellitus: The Perspective of a Bedside Clinician - J.P. Lock (Univ. of Massachusetts) PDF
10:451239 Low Level Detection of a Diagnostically Significant Analyte in Whole Blood - T. Henning and K. Cousineau (Abbott Laboratories) PDF
11:151240 Synthesis of Artificial Receptors for Glycated Haemoglobin Using Molecular Imprinting - S. Piletsky, A. Bossi, E. Piletska, B. Chen, and A. Turner (Institute of BioScience and Technology) PDF


Co-Chairs: T.P. Henning and J.J. Korf

2:001241 Subcutaneous Tissue as a Viable Implant Site for Short Term Glucose Monitoring - P. Vadgama, J. Popplewell, E. Leitao, S. Ahmed, P. Rigby (University of Manchester), I. Moser (IMTEK - Albert-Ludwigs-Univsersitaet Freiburg), and J. Korf (Rijks Universiteit Groningen) PDF
2:301242 Advances in Glucose Sensing: In-Situ Synthesized Mass-Transport Controlling Micro-Membranes for Implantable Amperometric Glucose Sensors, and Correlation of Glucose Concentrations in Subcutaneous Interstitial Fluid and in Venous Blood of Non-Diabetic Rats during Periods of Rapid-Change, Forced by Intravenous Injection of Glucose and Insulin. - T. Chen, L. Ian, K. Friedman, and A. Heller (University of Texas at Austin) PDF
3:00 Thirty-Minute Intermission
3:301243 Do Subcutaneous Glucose Measurements "Track" Blood Glucose Values? - B. Aussedat, M. Dupire-Angel (INSERM U341), R. Gifford (National Applied Science), J.-C. Klein (Centre de Morphologie Mathematique), G. Wilson (University of Kansas), and G. Reach (INSERM U341) PDF
4:001244 An Electrochemical Biosensor Commercialized as Part of a Continuous Glucose Monitoring System - J. Mastrototaro (MiniMed Inc.) PDF
4:301245 Clinical Evaluation of the GlucoWatch Biographer: A Continual, Non-invasive Glucose Monitor for Patients with Diabetes - M. Tierney, J. Tamada, R. Potts, and T. Cygnus Research Team (Cygnus, Inc.) PDF
5:001246 Imaging Molecular Transport Across Skin - B.D. Bath, O.D. Uitto, H.S. White (University of Utah), and E.R. Scott (ALZA Corporation) PDF

Long Bar and Lounge, 2nd Floor

Reception (5:30 PM - 7:00 PM)

Co-Chairs: T.P. Henning and D. Cunningham

5:30 A reception for the symposium attendees is planned from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM.

Thursday, May 18, 2000

Wentworth Room, 2nd Floor

Interstitial Fluid Collection

Co-Chairs: D. Cunningham and M. Tierney

8:301247 Integrated Dialysis Site and Glucose Sensor Micro-System - G. Jobst, I. Moser, H. Ernst, G.A. Urban (Albert-Ludwigs-Universitaet Freiburg), and P. Vadgama (University of Manchester) PDF
9:001248 Disposable Glucose Sensor System for Diabetes Monitoring - J. Korf, R. Rhemrev-Boom, R. Tiessen, K. Venema, and G. Jobst (University of Groningen) GIF
9:30 Thirty-Minute Intermission
10:001249 Microsampling for Minimally Invasive Ex-Vivo Glicose Monitoring - Z. Trajanoski (Graz University of Technology) PDF
10:301250 Capillary Filtrate Collector (CFC) and Subcutaneous Ultrafilter/Infusion Device (SQUID) for Continuous Glucose Measurement and Feedback-Controlled Insulin Infusion - S. Ash (HemoCleanse, Inc.), S. Badylak, J. Jones, and A. Byrd (Purdue University) PDF
11:001251 Design of an Iontophoretic Glucose Monitoring System - M. Lesho, R. Kurnik, J. Tamada, and R. Potts (Cygnus, Inc.) PDF
11:301252 A Method for Improving Performance and Reliability of a Continuous Non-Invasive Glucose Biosensor - C. Uhegbu, M. Oliva, N. Parris, and R. Potts (Cygnus Inc.) GIF

New Methods and Materials

Co-Chairs: G. Jobst and G. Wilson

2:001253 Advanced Glucose Oxidase Multiway-Stick for Glucose Control - D. Pfeiffer, J. Szeponik, N. Klimes, and B. Moller (BST Bio Sensor Technologie GmbH) PDF
2:301254 Reduction of Bias in Glucose Sensor - M. Genshaw and D. Huang (Bayer Corporation) PDF
3:00 Thirty-Minute Intermission
3:301255 Development of a Long-Term Stability Micro-Planer Reference Electrode for an Amperometric Glucose Sensor - T. Matsumoto, A. Ohashi, N. Ito, H. Fujiwara, and Y. Matsumoto (NEC Corporation) PDF
4:001256 Ir-Based Films as Matrix Materials for Glucose Biosensors - E. Abu Irhayem (University of Calgary), H. Elzanowska (University of Warsaw), and V. Birss (University of Calgary) PDF
4:301257 Non-Enzymatic Implantable Semiconducting Glucose Sensor Electrodes - S.U.M. Khan and S.M. Shah (Duquesne University) GIF
5:001258 Fabrication of Biosensor Arrays using Photolithography and Micro-Contact Printing - K. Sirkar, A. Revzin, J.T. Cantrell, and M.V. Pishko (Texas A& M University) GIF
5:301259 Artificial Muscle as Glucose Sensor and Insulin Delivery System - M. Madou and K. He (The Ohio-State University) PDF