Re: [IP] Changing from OmniPod to Tubes
I changed from an OmniPod to an old MedT pump also to do OpenAPS. I use the
RileyLink system as opposed to Dana's system. If you use an iPhone, the
RileyLink system is easier to build but it is totally Apple built and run.
This explains what the OpenAPS system is https://openaps.org
This is a blog of how I began with the RileyLink.
Judi in MI
On Thu, Mar 9, 2017 at 4:41 PM Phoenix Becker <
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> Hi Rebecca,
> Please explain what using a Medtronic pump as an APS is?
> Changing from OmniPod to Tubes
> The Omnipod was the only pump I had ever used until two months ago. I
> switched to an old Medtronic in hopes of making it function as an APS. That
> effort is still in process. I like some things. The infusion set takes up
> much less real estate on my body and I love the 90 degree canula angle. I
> hate the fact that I always need to have a pocket to put it in (seriously,
> women's clothes don't have pockets!). It's also much harder to download the
> data from it. I think it requires a special meter but I haven't figured it
> out yet. And I always end up a little high after showers or if I have to
> disconnect for an activity. Overall I loved the omnipod and would stay
> with them if I could hack them to work with openAPS but most of the time I
> find the Medtronic tolerable and much better than MDI would be.
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