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Figure 5: (a) Graphical representation of serum glucose levels using financial analysis techniques. Note the relative strength index indicator in the upper field, with the stochastic oscillator indicator in the middle, and the open-high-low-close graph of serum glucose levels in the bottom window, along with price envelope (dashed lines). Each epoch represents 8 h, (b) graphical representation of serum glucose levels with parts of the graph marked to highlight trends and trend reversals. Note the ovals indicating lower trend reversals and the boxes indicating upper trend reversals. The shaded area toward the end of the recording period indicates relative lack of trending due to stabilization of glucose levels within the desired range. Such “trend obliteration” of the trend points to clinical “stability”

Figure 5: (a) Graphical representation of serum glucose levels using financial analysis techniques. Note the relative strength index indicator in the upper field, with the stochastic oscillator indicator in the middle, and the open-high-low-close graph of serum glucose levels in the bottom window, along with price envelope (dashed lines). Each epoch represents 8 h, (b) graphical representation of serum glucose levels with parts of the graph marked to highlight trends and trend reversals. Note the ovals indicating lower trend reversals and the boxes indicating upper trend reversals. The shaded area toward the end of the recording period indicates relative lack of trending due to stabilization of glucose levels within the desired range. Such “trend obliteration” of the trend points to clinical “stability”