Originally Posted by selketine
I also agree to either turn off the high alarm or set them really high (maybe even 260 or higher) with a long snooze time cause you don't want to be notified of a high every 30 mins when you've already corrected and can't do anything about it- ESPECIALLY in the middle of the night!
Does the Dexcom not allow you to set the intervals at which it realarms for highs and lows? I would miss that. I change the interval of how soon I want to be realarted to highs between two and four hours depending on the situation.
8/2010 - 9/2011 MDI, Lantus & Humalog
9/2011- Medtronic Revel 723 & CGM
11/2012 - Dexcom G4
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