My daughter is having a tonsillectomy on Friday. I just got the orders from the endo who is advising the ENT on managing T1 during surgery (not our regular endo, but they are in the same practice). The orders instruct us to remove her CGM before surgery -- I'm not sure if they mean only the receiver, or also the transmitter/sensor. Has anyone received similar instructions for surgery? I don't really understand why the CGM would be a problem in the OR? And it also seems like it might be a help for the staff who will be watching her bg? I'm not sure if this is worth making a big fuss about, but I would like to have a functioning CGM in the hours after the surgery, as I think it's going to be a struggle to bolus for nibbles of popsicle in the first 24-48 hours.