Re: [IPk] Paradigm VEO & CGM
Hi Fay. I've got a veo and trialled the enlites. Lovely and small but poor
sensor life when compared with Dex. I can't wait to get a new pump and get
animas- have a while to wait though. For me it's the cost of the sensors, I get
upwards of 2 weeks on a Dex, got about 4 days from enlites. Maybe it's just me!
But Dex all the way here.
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> On 4 Apr 2014, at 00:47, I Jenkins <email @ redacted> wrote:
> Hi Fay,
> I haven't used the dexcom, have had the enlite sensor on test for 1 week
> and had no problems. Generally I see posts praising the Dexcom vs the
> medtronic, mostly saying how accurate it is and how people can get the
> sensors to last for much longer than quoted life, 12-20 days is not
> uncommon, up to 28 days in some cases. Some info refs:
> With every good wish,
> T1 Essex, UK.
> Minimed 515 pump
> Current A1C Jan 2014 36.9(5.5%)
>> On 3 April 2014 18:33, fay Crapper <email @ redacted> wrote:
>> Thank you Mary, Barbara and Michael forgetting back to me on this one. The
>> information you've shared with me is really useful and much appreciated.
>> Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2014 17:34:38 +0100
>> From: fay Crapper <email @ redacted <mailto:email @ redacted> >
>> Subject: [IPk] Paradigm VEO & CGM
>> Hi everyone
>> I am still undecided about my replacement pump and was wondering if anyone
>> using the Paradigm VEO and CGM would share their thoughts with me.
>> I am wondering about the life of sensors and transmitter and how anyone is
>> finding the accuracy of information given by the Medtronic sensors. I have
>> read some articles about the old sensors that showed them not being too
>> accurate and don't want to make the wrong choice.
>> Thank you.
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