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we're gearing up to cgm

Discussion in 'Continuous Glucose Sensing' started by frizzyrazzy, May 7, 2010.

  1. frizzyrazzy

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    I did. I only have the one+day of data but it's interesting to look at.

    the only thign I miss - on the cozmo software you could click on a point in any of the various reports and it would take you to that spot in the full log. So if Ian was 350 I could click that spot in whatever report I was viewing and it would pull up the full data set where I could see that Oh yeah, that was the day where xxx happened. Or more usually, I'd be looking at the report that showed averages and I could click on all the lows and it would pull up when those happened in it's own graph.

    in short (too late) I think cozmo had better reports. sadly. They interacted with each other.
     
  2. Flutterby

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    Thats great to hear that even though you most likely hit muscle you still saw great readings.. probably had something to do with you not having D too, no wild swings. :)
     
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    hey, that's exactly what Ian told me. rofl. but yes, you're probably right there - if my bg is not fluctuating then how "off" can both be?
     
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    And wild swings while you calibrate either.

    That sounds like a great feature!

    My favorite of the graphs is the sensory overlay.. where you can overlay up to 7 days.. easier to pick up trends and trouble spots.
     
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    yeah - I can't wait to see that data in front of me. :)

    I'm really not sure when we're going to officially start cgm'ing. It's just (as you know) not a good time for Ian to have any huge changes in his life if I can help it.
     
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    Totally agree.. lots going on, he doesn't need that added to it. We've got the revel going now.. LOVING the active insulin on the status screen... I know you have that on the cozmo, but we've never had it before.. loving it!
     
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    I just don't know how you've all lived without it!!! LOL. I make so many decisions based on that quick look at IOB. I would have gone nutty crazy trying to play around just to find the info.
     

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