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Re: [IP] Isig

ISIG is related to the raw data value from the sensor.  
The MDT system applies the calibration data to this signal to get to

The term isig is unique to mdt but the idea of a raw value that needs to be
converted via math and possibly calibration data into a usable number is how
sensors work.   

> From: Terri Munson <email @ redacted>
>To: email @ redacted
>Sent: Monday, October 29, 2012 10:02 AM
>Subject: Re: [IP] Isig
>The isig is how strong the siginal is between your glucose sensor and your
>I do not believe that it is related to BGLs or the age of the sensor.
>Terri Munson
>On 10/29/12, email @ redacted <email @ redacted> wrote:
>> Susan,
>> There is no "ISIG" involved with the Dexcom -- it's exclusive to the MM
>> CGM.
>> Christine
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Susan Lane <email @ redacted>
>> To: IP <email @ redacted>
>> Sent: Sun, Oct 28, 2012 11:53 pm
>> Subject: Re: [IP] Isig
>> Michael, I tried reading up on what "isig" is and tried to understand it.
>> I use a Dexcom and have never heard of this.  Is it unique to the Revel?
>> Susan
>> On Sun, Oct 28, 2012 at 8:31 PM, Michael Strong
>> <email @ redacted>wrote:
>>> A friend has a new Medtronics Revel pump.
>>> She just started using the sensors.
>>> I was showing her about the blood sugar/isig ratios, when I noticed that
>>> her isig was 10 on the third day.
>>> How could it be this low on the third day?
>>> Mine usually starts out in the 30s.
>>> Thanks for any help
>>> Michael Strong
>>> .
>> .
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