insulin Quality Management
insulin Quality Management

Cost of Quality

Cost of quality (COQ) which refers to the total cost of conformance as well as nonconformance. Modern quality thinking emphasizes the cost of conformance so that defects are prevented rather than spending time and money correcting mistakes. Our mentality is the cost of avoiding mistakes is less than the cost of correcting them.

Total cost of quality can be calculated by:

  • Prevention Cost:(training, time to do it right)
  • Appraisal Cost:(testing, inspections)
  • INT/EXT Failure Cost:(rework, lost business)
  • Total cost=P+A+IF+EF

Our i-Insulin project is based on human health, that is why quality is vital for us. Because any mistake in this project can cause a huge health problem for humans(patients). As a result, quality is an important part for us in this project. Like all other health care projects, we put quality before cost. For example, we are planning to use 1 million parameters for AI, this will increase our cost. However, these parameters will give us more accurate results.

Test of Quality

This article is about cost of quality and test of quality and how does the I-insulin works with a view of a manager.

The last phase of the Quality Management consists in one or more processes where the quality is checked by tests. In our case the qualitative results will be monitored, internally, by the quality manager and, externally, by health care providers, to ensure that the results are matched to the quality standards chosen by us and required by the EU regulations. The periodic control is made by the qualified staff of our company, that is in charge of doing periodic controls and providing us the results that we will share with every interested party.

How does system work

The main goal of the project is helping the daily life of people who have a diabetes illness via management of insulin in their body. We are going to achieve this aim thanks to sensor, pump machine, AI technology and most importantly with doctors’ experiences.

Firstly, we get glycemia sensors from DEXCOM, Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) gives us the insights to better track and manage your diabetes. Dexcom has a simple Auto-Applicator: A one-touch applicator| easily inserts a small sensor just beneath the skin. Users insert a tiny sensor wire just under the skin using an automatic applicator. An adhesive patch holds the CGM sensor in place so it can measure glucose readings in interstitial fluid throughout the day and night.

Sensor and Transmitter: A slim sensor continuously measures glucose levels just beneath the skin and sends data wirelessly to a display device through a transmitter. A tiny, reusable transmitter connects to the sensor wire and sends real-time readings wirelessly to a receiver so you can view the information. With some systems, a with the can serve as the display device. Display Device: A small touch screen receiver or compatible smart device displays real-time glucose data. The receiver or compatible smart device displays current glucose levels, as well as historical trends in levels.

The Dexcom CGM receiver and/or compatible smart device can also be set to send you custom alerts when certain glucose thresholds are reached. After we get the data from the sensor, secondly, we are going to use The Tubeless Omnipod DASH® Insulin pump to inject insulin into the human body. Omnipod DASH®, a Pod-based insulin management system to help those living with Type 1 and Type 2, keep diabetes where they want it in the background. Omnipod is a wireless, waterproof, concealable alternative to traditional pumps that gives you the freedom to simplify every day with diabetes. The Pod can be worn almost anywhere you would inject and carries up to 3 days (72 hours) of insulin. Finally, we collect all data from sensors and use our AI algorithm and doctors’ feedback to make insulin injection into the human body automatically and uniquely for every patient.


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