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Re: [IP] re: Pam Brown's Message



 The Minimed Connect sends all readings to the attending physician, Carelink
plus caring family members. Also on the IPhone it shows current readling, active
insulin plus there is a graph of 3hr, 6hr, 12 hr and 24 hr time periods.


Sent from my iPad

 > On Jun 18, 2016, at 11:26 AM, Richard Price
<email @ redacted> wrote:
> 
 > Worth considering is the Minimed Connect. It works with both IPhones and
IPods
> which
 > via Bluetooth provides a graph of readings, sending them also to the
attending
> physician as well as the pump. I have been using it with my IPod and I like
> seeing active insulin plus other features.
> 
> 
>>> On Jun 18, 2016, at 9:51 AM,
>> email @ redacted wrote:
>> 
 >> I prefer two separate devices for my pump and CGM.B B And I don't really
like
>> the integrated meter-pump arrangement either. I use the info from my Dexcom
>> (trending info) to edit my boluses. I t is faster and easier for me to edit
>> the bolus without it being "populated" by the meter. And I can carry my CGM
>> receiver in my purse or a pocket and have my pump (T-Slim - so there is
> tubing
>> -which I also prefer) tucked away when wearing a dress. If my CGM tells me
>> that I have to take action (either bolus or change temp rate) then I'll dig
>> out the pump.
>> 
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> 
>> From: "Signe Myhren" <email @ redacted>
>> To: "IP" <email @ redacted>
>> Sent: Saturday, June 18, 2016 4:57:32 AM
>> Subject: [IP] re: Pam Brown's Message
>> 
>> Pam,
>> 
>> B I commend you on your beautifully written e-mail! I would like to write an
>> e-mail to the FDA, too, but wonder if you recall the e-mail address you sent
>> yours to.
>> 
>> B On another CGM topic (related,) it seems as though I have been approved by
>> my
>> pharmacy plan to get the DexCom. DexCom has offered me a 30-day, money-back
>> trial on the transmitter. The durable medical supply portion of my health
>> insurance pays for my Enlites. As luck would have it, no sooner did I get
>> approval for the DexCom than I put in an Enlite last weekend that was
>> extraordinarily accurate. It even caught all low BG's, which is where my
>> Enlites
>> usually fall short.
>> 
 >> B While I would hate to lose pump integration, I guess it would be nice to
be
>> able to keep my 530G in my bra and not have to press it to turn off sensor
>> alarms. We shall see. My understanding, as I ask around, is that people's
>> bodies
>> (specifically interstitial fluid) respond differently to different types of
>> sensors.
>> 
>> Signe
>> 
>> 
>> 
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