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Re: [IP] RE: Disetronic .5 Bolus Increments



In case noone has mentioned this yet-- the htron can
be programmed to deliver   0.1 units.  My daughter's pump
is set this way.  Good luck!
----- Original Message -----
From: "jhughey" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Wednesday, September 25, 2002 12:50 PM
Subject: [IP] RE: Disetronic .5 Bolus Increments


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> From: "Laura Shapiro" <email @ redacted>
> >>>My Educator wants me to get more aggressive with my insulin bolus, due
to
> too
> many highs.  But every single time I do that, I end up with lows.  I
cannot
> function at 90 or even 100. >>>
>
> Laura,
>
> How long have you been pumping? I'm guessing you're a newby. The
comparison
> of starting pumping and tolerating *normal* BGs is like a person who loves
> living in Alaska (high), then being transferred to Florida (normal). They
> hate it. But, ask them in a couple of years how they like Florida and they
> love it. Your body hasn't yet adjusted to being *normal* and you are very
> uncomfortable. It usually is best to come down gradually so your are able
to
> tolerate the adjustment. Perhaps your CDE is too anxious or in a hurry.
> That's one of the problems of those who don't *use* the disease. (~_^)
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