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Re: [IP] cozmo question

My Cozmo does a negative correction. If I am lower than I should be for the
amount of insulin on board or below target with no insulin on board, it
reduces the amount of insulin it suggests for a carb bolus.
I think yours is doing it incorrectly. I would definitely call Deltec. This
is one of the Cozmo's greatest features.

Sue (Memphis)
Dx 01/29/02
Cozmo pumping 01/07/03

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Robin Ramm" <email @ redacted>
To: "Insulin Pumpers" <email @ redacted>
Sent: Tuesday, March 18, 2003 5:25 PM
Subject: [IP] cozmo question

> I have noticed another possible glitch that I'm not sure Deltec is aware
> If Kevin is low, and takes something to correct the low, but it is an
> overcorrection on his part (say 30 carbs) you can put your low bg in the
> correction part of the meal bolus, but it does not recommend a LESSER
bolus at
> this time.
> i.e.: Kevin has a bg of 55, drinks a 41 carb soda, he wants to bolus for
> of the soda...but still have enough so that his bg will rise to 100 (what
> currently have the bg set to for corrections) it will still recommend a
> bolus (based on his 16:1 ratio) instead of say a 1.3u bolus based on his
> bg.  Perhaps we are not supposed to use the pump for this...
> This is not a big deal, and for all the cool features this pump DOES have,
> can work around this one! Just wondering if it should be doing it
> and ours isn't?
> Have any other cozmo users noticed the same thing?
> Robin
> Mom to Kevin
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