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Re: [IPp] POP Statistics?



Michael--I looked at your statistics on HgBA1C and identifying "best" and
"worst" levels will only give people, especially parents a feeling of guilt
and saddness if their child's A1C is in the 7.5 range.  That isn't a "bad"
level---especially for kids that are growing, ill over the winter etc.  You
need to be especially careful of the labels that you apply to statistics so
that you don't ruin your own message--that pumps are great and great for
kids.  Mary, mother of Chris, age 7, diagnosed at 3.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael" <email @ redacted>> Michael
>
> > what pump, set, special adhesives/dressings do they use
> > What type of insulin do they use in their pump (and have they switched
dur to
> > problems with site longevity)
> > A1c data (most recent, best on pumps, worst on pump, typical on pump,
best on
> > shots, typical on shots, worst on shots)
> > How frequent BG checks
> > Do nighttime BG checks?
> > . . . I'm sure I can think of more, but this is the kind of thing I'd
like to
> > be able to see . . .
> >
> > Lyndy
> > Pumpmama to Katie
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