All Discussions Tagged 'Animas' (32)

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TSlim review transition from a Ping

Hello to all. I am new to the site but decided to join after I recently found so much good info about comparison of pumps and people’s grea…

Started by Tigger

36 Sep 27
Reply by David Eddy

How do I know what to modify?

Hello, I'm a new Animas Ping pumper. How do I know what I should modify if I'm going low? I've already adjusted my basal rate, per my endo.…

Started by T2DMcB

6 Aug 2
Reply by Mimikins

Should we switch from Animas Ping to Accu-Chek Combo pump for 8yo Daughter? June2014

Hi, My 8 year old daughter's been using the animas ping for 4 years and the warranty's expired, so were looking at alternatives, like the a…

Started by AaronK

5 Jun 18
Reply by AaronK

Searching this site for Experienced users who have had reactions

New here! Came on board because Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! Have been using the Animas Ping and had great results with that, Dexcoms G4 and th…

Started by Diane McDowell

16 Aug 7, 2013
Reply by Diane McDowell

Bubbles in Animas One Touch Ping cartridges / elevated BG's

I had great results with my Animas One Touch Ping for 7 months. Then the elevated BG readings began. When removing the cartridge to change…

Started by Jenny

3 Apr 29, 2013
Reply by Jenn

Animas’ Development of a First-Generation Closed Loop Insulin Delivery System Progresses With Data Presented at the Advanced Technologies & Treatments for Diabetes (ATTD) Conference

Predictive Glucose Control System in Development Shows Promising Ability to Minimize Number, Duration and Severity of Hypoglycemic Events w…

Started by Diabetes News and Interest

1 Feb 26, 2013
Reply by HPNpilot

One Touch Ping questions.....

My son started using the Animas One Touch Ping on July 29th. Today is August 16th and the pump said "Low Battery". It has only been 2 1/2 w…

Started by c.schambers

16 Feb 1, 2013
Reply by KittyVonVector

Animas Ping

In my attempts to reply to a person's remark about the Animas Ping insulin pump, I have been using it for more than 2.5 years. I hate it!.…

Started by A. K. Buckroth

29 Dec 28, 2012
Reply by Zoe

basal set up

I have started running more regularly and wanted to add another basal on my ping but when I tried it only allowed increments of .25, .50, .…

Started by cyborg mom

3 Nov 21, 2012
Reply by Laddie

Artificial Pancreas data presented at ADA

Exciting news from Animas!   Positive Results from First Human Clinical Trials of a First-GenerationArtificial Pancreas System is Significa…

Started by Emily Coles

0 Jun 11, 2012

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