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Re: [IP] Pump and Wizard with Revel 723



My work place, I do not have a schedule time where I get off work to 
grab lunch,  We all get our lunch break but its never the same scheduled 
time every day.

When my boss taps my shoulder.  I go, and thats it.

Yoel

> Liliana Wells <mailto:email @ redacted>
> January 17, 2014 at 9:29 AM
> The pump is supposed to know that you already have insulin on board. I use
> the 522 (smaller reservoir I think). I would just bolus for your lunch.
> If the test and your lunch are only 5 minutes apart, I would wait the 5
> minutes and bolus all at once. The wizard will allow you to bolus for the
> BG first and then for the food. But it's up to you. Good luck, Liliana
>
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> Yoel P Krigsman <mailto:email @ redacted>
> January 17, 2014 at 9:01 AM
> Hello:
>
> I am on this pump since Aug 2013 and I am loving every min of using 
> this.  I am type 2.
>
> My question for you guys..
>
> When I do a BG check and its says 210, for example, and I need to do a 
> Bolus correction to get it back in control. and about 5 mins later, 
> when I am ready to eat as I am hungry, I needed use wizard again for 
> 40 carbs, the 2nd time, in that wizard, I am seeing the BG of 210 in 
> there,
>
> The question I have is, DO I need to take that 210 bg off from the 
> wizard and put in 40 carbs in, and bolus
>
> OR
>
> Leave the 210 bg in there and add 40 carbs in and bolus as the pump 
> would recognize that I have already have that corrections bolus....
>
> Thanks
>
> Yoel K
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