Physicians embedded in the body of 41-year-old Catriona Finlayson-Wilkins diabetes device to produce insulin. This allowed her to go through the whole pregnancy and give birth. While the device was tested on three pregnant women, writes the BBC. In the latter case, the patient with diabetes mellitus were able to give birth naturally.

Scientists have created artificial pancreas, a woman with diabetes to bear a child

The device automatically tracks changes in the level of sugar in the blood and throws the insulin as needed. The operation of the apparatus repeats the functioning of the pancreas. Pumps with a similar scheme established patients with diabetes mellitus of the first type.

During pregnancy a woman's body is subjected to extreme load conditions, and the course of diabetes can be complicated. The device allows you to carry and bear a child to those who 5-10 years ago didn't dream about it.

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