Section: Overall Objectives
Highlights of the year
REGATE. During the past years, some results have been obtained in modeling of the reproductive function and some fruitful collaborations have been established with experts of different domains all interested by this function. This has led INRIA to launch the LSIA REGATE (REgulation of the GonAdoTropE axis) in 2009. This action is coordinated by F. Clément.
CGAO transfered in ICUs. The concepts of “tight glycemic control” and its drawback, the “glycemic variability” invoked by physicians in Intensive Care Units (ICU), are linked to the concepts of “precision” and “stability” of automatic control. The software CGAO (Contrôle Glycémique Assisté par Ordinateur) has been developed with LK2 to help physicians to deal with this version of the classical Stability/Precision dilemma. It has been tested in the ICU of Chartres and is now used in a large scale study launched by the SFAR (French Society of Anesthesia and Intensive Care) involving 62 ICUs and including 6422 patients.