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Re: [IP] Enlite news



Oh this is so exciting can't wait for you to get one and try it out...I am
looking it up on google now!

Judy

On Wed, Apr 6, 2011 at 12:12 PM, Nikos Filippou <email @ redacted> wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> Last Monday MM's new sensor Enlite gets the CE mark. This means that it
> will
> come to EU markets for sale very soon and some of us will have the chance
> to
> use it and test if all these goodies that MM promise are true.
>
> I try hard to be the first in Greece who will get the new sensor as soon as
> it will be available, with my VEO pump and I' ll keep you updated about the
> experience with it. I'm looking forward to see tree things on it:
>
> 1. If Enlite is more accurate at readings, especially at hypoglycemia where
> MM claims that it will have 98% accuracy.
> 2. How the new adhesives and serter works. MM said we will not be able to
> see the needle with the new insertion system and that the new system is
> almost painless.
> 3. If the Enlite sensor is wetting instantly (as they claim) and starts
> give
> good readings from the start (present sensors need one day to start giving
> accurate readings) and if you can calibrate this thing when your BG rises
> or
> fall without affecting the accuracy of the sensor results.
>
> If you have questions or ideas on testing the Enlite sensor in use, please
> share them with me and I will try to find the answers.
>
> Nikos Filippou,
> Thessaloniki, Greece
> --
> Sent from my black-iRefrigerator
> .
.
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