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[IP] 722 sensor question

Tom, YES, you need to shut off the wireless function of your pump and
the Link meter or else every blood sugar reading will go in as a
calibration. This is a real bummer as far as I am concerned. Before I
got my CGM with my MM522, I was not told this either. I LOVE the
wireless feature of the link meter and the pump which makes it so easy
to make corrections and have all BS stored in my pump. I have stopped
using my MM CGM since I could never get good calibrations and the
constant erroneous readings drove me crazy. I do wish you much better
luck getting it all to work.


Date: Wed, 31 Dec 2008 10:57:23 -0500
From: Tom Bell <email @ redacted>
Subject: [IP] 722 sensor question

I just received my 722 recently my Dr wears the same one, he said I
need to manually punch in my sugars now otherwise it messes up the
calibration on the sensor. I'd like to know if any other 722 users
heard this too.


Type 1
35 Indianapolis, IN dx'd 1995
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