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Re: [IPp] One Touch Ultra Link w/Minimed Pump



With the minimed you still have to scroll through the "formula" customized 
to your child's personal insulin regimine, you just don't have to arrow 
arrow arrow until you reach the desired blood sugar level.  Once you look at 
the "formula" and it gives you the recommend bolus amount you can then 
increase or decrease or simply hit "act" again to accept what the forumla is 
calculating.  If you find you have to override the recommend amount too 
often you probably need to discuss changes with your endo and possible 
revisit your basal or ratios.  If you are entering a high physical activity 
period you can  simply switch to a "temporary basal rate".  I guess you can 
become complacent and simply hit "act, act, act all the way through, but 
then again if your sensitivity rate, basal rate and insulin to carb ratio 
are set correctly then the boluz wizard should be as accurate as it can be.

Suzanne
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "jodie necaise" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Tuesday, June 03, 2008 1:14 PM
Subject: RE: [IPp] One Touch Ultra Link w/Minimed Pump
>
> I  think it's a good safety measure to input the recommended bolus.  My 8 
> year
> old does the majority of his pump operation (with supervision) and instead 
> of
> him habituatlly pressing OK, it's nice to have him actually have to stop 
> and
> think and discuss with us the recommendation.  > Date: Tue, 3 Jun 2008
> 10:59:59 -0400> From: email @ redacted> Subject: Re: [IPp] One 
> Touch
> Ultra Link w/Minimed Pump> To: email @ redacted> >
> my son has the Animas 2020 and it does require you to input the bolus > 
> amount
> with the arrows. This is our first pump, so we have nothing to > compare 
> it
> to. We don't think it is a big deal, in fact, it makes us stop > and think
> about adjusting the recommended bolus because of extra activity, > the 
> need
> for a combo bolus, etc. Hope this helps!> > Andrea> Mom to Gunnar, dx 
> 5/07,
> pumping Animas since 11/07, Dexcom since 4/08> ----- Original 
> Message ----- >
> From: "Pam Henry" <email @ redacted>> To:
> <email @ redacted>> Sent: Monday, June 02, 2008 
> 11:25
> PM> Subject: Re: [IPp] One Touch Ultra Link w/Minimed Pump> >> > Lisa, 
> what is
> it about the Animas that you like? I can't even consider the> > Omnipod
> because Sarah would lose it in no time. For us, being attached > > with> >
> tubing is a necessity!! Why aren't you staying with Minimed?...if you > >
> don't> > mind my asking :0)> >> > On the Animas, I saw a demo of it on You
> Tube and it looks like that when> > you do a bolus (correction, for food,
> whatever...), that it suggests an> > amount and you have to then manually
> input that amount with the up and > > down> > arrows - whereas with the 
> other
> pumps, it suggests an amount and if you> > agree with that amount, you 
> just
> hit deliver. Can any of you Animas users> > out there confirm this? What I 
> saw
> on the Animas website seemed to support> > what I saw on You Tube but that
> seems really odd.> >> > Is Logan going to Camp Sweeney this summer? 
> Sarah's
> doing 2nd session.> >> >> > Pam, mom to Sarah, age 11, dx'd 1/03, pumping
> Cozmo since 3/04> > .> .>
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