We do 70% up front and 50% over 5-6 hours. These sorts of boluses really vary between kids, and you just have to do a lot of trial and error.
We don't have to dual wave tacos at all.
Well, there you go.
Some do, some don't. Some do with a rider. They only way you'll know if yours does is to call and ask.
I believe they are 7 and 8 year olds.
I'd talk to the teacher. They almost always know who is likely to be the ringleader in these sorts of...
Personally, I'd probably basal test. Or in reality, I'd just increase basal and see if that helped. ;)
We recheck at 20 minutes, but I know from experience that not even tabs will be fully digested by then.
Super. My son will be a teenager then, and the remote will be useless for us. :rolleyes:
Stupid Veo. I wish they'd just skip over it and...
Can you tell me anything more about this? It's the first I've ever heard of MM getting a remote.
Yeah, they must be doing trials on an entirely new unit. I figure since it has been so long since they received approval for the 1 hour unit that...
Given the glacial pace of the FDA process, if they're doing trials now, I'd bet my firstborn that it won't be on the market within a year.
The Ping's durability issues seem to have more to do with the keypad than the body of the pump.
What would be the harm in having him tested? That way you know if you're dealing with an actual diagnosis or just, well, laziness, and you can...
No, in the absence of "problem" foods along with the brownie, we would not extend that bolus.
The size difference is really negligable. I don't think she'll notice the difference.
Same as everyone else for high BG plus ketones: insulin and no carbs.
I would start taping his sites down. We've been pumping 4 years, and we've never lost one in the night. How often does this happen?
You know, I had a whole response typed out, but I deleted it. If you truly don't get it, there is nothing I can say that would help you.
Personally, I find that it is generally not necessary to proclaim what sort of undergarments I am wearing if they are indeed the appropriate...
What about calibrating as soon as he gets up in the morning? Or if you get up before him, checking him and calibrating then? We typically...
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