Re: [IP] dexcom G4
thanks susan. so much helpful information
Susan Lane <email @ redacted>g<eo<
>I'm not sure it's a matter of helping with insulin pump therapy. I think
>it's a tool for anyone who has type one diabetes or if you're a type 2 on
>insulin. It simply tells you when you are too high or too low before you
>get into trouble. It also has arrow indicators that let you know when
>you're dropping or rising at different rates. For instance, if you're at
>100 and you have two arrows pointing down, you know that you are dropping
>fast and you need to get some carbs into you right away. On the other
>hand, if you're at 100 and the arrow is in a neutral position, you know you
>have nothing to worry about, but you may want to keep watch. You can set
>the parameters as you wish. I buzz at 70 and 200, but you can make your
>own limits. You also want to follow up with a finger poke, as a dexcom can
>be inaccurate and should never be soley trusted. Very often it is
>inaccurate for the first day that you insert the sensor. It is a wonderful
>machine and I love, love, love it and I do believe it's saved me many times
>from having terrible lows.
>It is expensive. Not quite sure how much, but worth every penny to me.
>On Wed, Mar 26, 2014 at 10:31 PM, Lola Emery <email @ redacted> wrote:
>> I'm not a guy, but I use Dexcom G4 and love it!
>> Sent from my iPad,
>> > On Mar 26, 2014, at 10:57 PM, "email @ redacted"
>> <email @ redacted> wrote:
>> > Hey, guys
>> > Anyone use dexcom G4?
>> > Derek
>> > .
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