Re: [IPk] Any feelings about change from Animas Vibe to Medtronic 640G ?
Thatbs interesting as I moved from the Medtronic Veo to Animas/Dexcom and I
find configuring the alarms much less flexible than on the Veo. On that
device I could tell if not to keep repeating Alerts for a period of time
whilst it was being managed so I could get some sleep between check
reminders. I havenbt found a way to do that on the Animas device.
Both irritatingly give you alerts a few minutes after you calibrate if you
are high, as if you had forgotten in the few minutes that passed. The
Animas also ignores the current BG reading when entering boluses. Neither
give you an alert when your IOB no longer covers your BG, which would be
Unless, of course, Ibm missing something.
On Tue, 10 Apr 2018 at 17:54, Jon Lury <
email @ redacted> wrote:
> Hi, I changed from Animas Vibe + DexcomG4 to Medtronic 640G + enlite CGM
> approx. 1 month ago. I have really struggled with the "high maintenance"
> nature of the 640G + Enlite system. I had high hopes but the system just
> annoys me because, to my mind, it needs so much additional interaction from
> me, compared to the Animas+Dexcom, with no extra benefits. I am
> particularly annoyed by the Medtronic system beeping and alarming almost
> non-stop, and the Enlite CGM only lasts 6 days, has a very long lag time
> is not user-friendly in requiring calibration etc at set times. The enlite
> "smartguard" system which turns off my basal when I have a low BG does not
> really help me, but causes me problems later on because I don't have enough
> basal insulin on board. Does anybody else who switched from Animas to
> Medtronic have any thoughts? Maybe it is just me!
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