Hi, everyone! DD is getting her tonsils removed next month. We're having it done at the local children's hospital since our endo's office is there. Figure it never hurts to have an 'expert' on hand in case I disagree with a nurse/doc about diabetes management post-surgery. We have the first appointment in the morning and she's scheduled to stay overnight after the surgery. I asked the surgeon about monitoring/maintenance during surgery and he believes the anesthesiologist will have us remove her pump. It sounds like her numbers will be checked pre-surgery and post-surgery but not during. Looking for BTDT advice - Basal changes that have worked during/after surgery? Are most hospitals fairly accomodating at allowing us to monitor/treat her diabetes or are they usually involved? Is pump removal fairly standard? Anything we should know going in? We'll talk to the anesthesiologist that day, as well as the nurses and surgeon but I always like to be prepared. My son has had several surgeries so we're familiar with processes and such - it's the diabetes that will be different for us. Thanks!