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RE: [IP] Mini-med CGMS



	I was also involved her in Jacksonville Florida with the monitor.  Agree
that it needs to be waterproof and or have a quick disconnect. For what it
is worth, I feel that the readout should not be displayed as that would
encourage chasing the Glucose levels.  I know that they are working on an
alarm system for the meters right now.  The pump docking station that is
being developed will also accept the monitor as well as input from several
conventional meters.  As far as a closed loop system I feel that we are
about 5 years from a really effective system.  The biggest obstacle is the
FDA on that.

	My results are on my diabetes page at:
http://www.jacksonville.net/~vcatron/vhcglucose.htm

Vern Catron, type 2 pumping since 11/16/99 www.jacksonville.net/~vcatron
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Sent: Monday, January 31, 2000 9:09 AM
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Subject: [IP] Mini-med CGMS

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For anyone interested in the new mini-med continuous glucose monitor...here
are our impressions after Stephanie's recent involvement in a study group to
verify accuracy in people with diabetes under the age of 18...
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