Here's the full day Clarity report from yesterday:
Time in range = 100%, time hypo = 0%, standard deviation = 15 mg/dL, average BG = 97 mg/dL
I am in awe of what Loop is doing for me. Here's last night's overnight line:
yellow line = 140 mg/dL, red line = 65 mg/dL
My CGM woke me up at 3 a.m. with a 64 low. I ate one glucose tab and went back to sleep. This low only lasted 20 minutes and bottomed out at 62. My morning calibration bumped up the Dexcom by 10 mg/dL, so the 3:00 a.m. low may not have been as low as recorded.
Here's Loop's activity overnight:
You can see that Loop executed many sessions of low temporary basal rates. If my pump ran as programmed then my total basal delivery from midnight to 7 a.m. would have been 7.1 units. Instead, Loop delivered 5 units. I'm thinking that this info suggests a reduction of the background basal rates in the pump.
It appears to me that I can enjoy these kind of results consistently. At least that's my hope.