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RE: [IP] Re: Square and Dual waves



To clarify, that was a dual wave I was explaining in
my original post. What I was describing was tweaking
the squared part of the dual wave a little while after
it had been set. 
Catherine

--- "Gonzales, Dana L" <email @ redacted> wrote:
> You can also use a dual wave bolus. I use this for
> my son if he is eating a
> meal which has carbohydrates and high protein/fat.
> The dual wave lets you
> set an amount to be delivered immediately and an
> amount to be done as a
> square wave. 
> 
> Dana Barber Gonzales, MHSA
> University Affiliated Program
> Department of Pediatrics
> 2001 Pershing Circle, Ste 300
> North Little Rock, AR 72114
> 501-682-9919
> fax - 501-682-9905
> 
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From:	Patrick G. Jobe [SMTP:email @ redacted]
> > Sent:	Tuesday, July 31, 2001 10:43 AM
> > To:	email @ redacted
> > Subject:	Re: [IP] Re: Square and Dual waves
> > 
> > >  My experience is that I give a
> > >little more insulin in the square wave than I
> think I
> > >should and I can always change the square wave
> midway
> > >through it if it seems like too much.


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