Holger Schmeken's Discussions (1,714)

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"In my experience Levemir has a spike and the higher the dosage the later and less pr…"

Holger Schmeken replied Jun 21 to Lantus/Levemir - Trying Discussion Again..ugh!

70 Jun 25
Reply by Sarah

"I manage my log with the Glucosurfer App. This project is my/our take on diabetes ma…"

Holger Schmeken replied Jun 20 to Electronic Logbook?

7 Jul 1
Reply by DFresh

"I do not agree with your statement that basal insulins are not reliable. A generaliz…"

Holger Schmeken replied Jun 19 to Lantus/Levemir - Trying Discussion Again..ugh!

70 Jun 25
Reply by Sarah

"As Jag wrote I would like to suggest that your dosage of levemir is too low. The liv…"

Holger Schmeken replied Jun 19 to Lantus/Levemir - Trying Discussion Again..ugh!

70 Jun 25
Reply by Sarah

"Dave, I know that this is possible. However the manufacturer does not recommend to e…"

Holger Schmeken replied Jun 18 to Tubed pump users: Why do you prefer over Omnipod?

97 Jun 23
Reply by Michael O

"Please be realistic about the pod. Arm or leg is possible but the risk is high that…"

Holger Schmeken replied Jun 17 to Tubed pump users: Why do you prefer over Omnipod?

97 Jun 23
Reply by Michael O

"Could you provide some info about the dosage and timing of the levemir?"

Holger Schmeken replied Jun 17 to Levemir to Lantus

28 Jun 18
Reply by TuDiabetes Administration

"I think I need to clarify my statement above: Schedule 11:00 / 23:00 ---------------…"

Holger Schmeken replied Jun 17 to Levemir - Injection timing

11 Jun 17
Reply by Tumeto

"In my opinion the data exchange of current pumps leaves much to desire. Pumpers have…"

Holger Schmeken replied Jun 13 to What would you like your pump to do?

34 Jun 26
Reply by Aaron

"For Levemir the split is a necessity. It is active for up to 24 hours depending on t…"

Holger Schmeken replied Jun 13 to Levemir - Injection timing

11 Jun 17
Reply by Tumeto

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