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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.

Karen

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.

Thanks

Tom
Type 1
35 Indianapolis, IN dx'd 1995
508715722
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