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Re: [IPk] CGM & VEO



Good luck, Mary!

It seems the Enlite works better for some people than others. The CGM
researchers don't know why.

I had both fake high and fake low readings on Enlite in trials.

Melissa
Type 1 20 years; pump user almost 18 years; CGM user 7.5+ years (Dexcom
since Oct 2006)

On Saturday, April 5, 2014, johnfarmitage <email @ redacted> wrote:

> Interesting, keep us updated please Mary.
>
>
> Sent from Samsung Mobile
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> -------- Original message --------
> From: Mary Moody <email @ redacted <javascript:;>>
> Date:
> To: email @ redacted <javascript:;>
> Subject: [IPk] CGM & VEO
>
> Enlite Sensor 2 no 2 in yesterday and has been well within range since then
> (0.1-0.2 mmol/l). I was thinking about Dexcom but have changed my mind. If
> this
> one gives me 15 days like the last one i will be happy. Dexcom is quite
> big and
> i reckon would show thru tight clothes - but if results were good i could
> live
> with that. It will be interesting to see how performance will be as time
> goes
> on. The new sensors seem quite different from the old ones.
>
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