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Enlite sensor use term

The prior Medtronic GCM sensors could be used up to about 18 days with good accuracy. I have the new 530g with the enlite sensor. I would b…

Started by Phil Christian

61 Jul 19
Reply by Richard P Cosgrove

Protective tape not staying on

I am on the Minimed Paradigm, and the protective tape that you put on over the sensor and transmitter keeps coming off very easily. I know…

Started by Matthew Myers

7 Jul 13
Reply by Rick

Enlite Sensor/Night-Time False Alarms

Morning Everyone, So I have been having an issue with my Enlite sensor, that I thought I would bring up to Medtronic this morning. Their re…

Started by ITDiabetic

3 Jun 23
Reply by Holger Schmeken

Combined glucose sensor and infusion set

http://newsroom.medtronic.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=251324&p=irol-newsArticle&ID=1936694&highlight= Press Release Printer Friendly Ve…

Started by Lloyd

31 Jun 16
Reply by Dave

Proposal for software which will utilize the output of the Glucose Sensor and blood glucose meter(s) along with the current basal settings and bolus values downloaded from the insulin pump

I want to combine the output of sensor, pump and meters in order to enable the diabetic (and/or health care team) to visually SEE the resul…

Started by Yerachmiel Altman

0 Jun 8

How long do you go between infusion set and sensor changes?

I am a relatively new Medtronic pump user (since last December), and I just received my first set of "refills" of my Enlite sensors and Qui…

Started by Sandy

15 Apr 4
Reply by IL71

Arhhh Sensor fail AGAIN...what gives medtronic???

So is anyone else getting a lot of sensor fails for the medtronic sensor? I've had the thing for a few months, but have only worn 4 sensors…

Started by Sandy

0 Feb 21

New Medtronic sensor not really "Enliting" my life ....

After hitting a peak of frustration with Medtronic's earlier generation "Sof-Sensor," I managed to order some of the new Enlite sensors fro…

Started by Heather

7 Nov 11, 2013
Reply by Clare

Dexcom G4 sensor/transmitter size concerns

I am currently an Medtronic 522 pump User and have not tried a CGM....yet. Despite NO coverage for CGM or supplies, I am willing to take th…

Started by lvdb2009

4 Oct 23, 2013
Reply by MegaMinxX

Questions for Thigh Users

Hi all, I would love to start using my thighs for a MM sensor insertion site. But I'm wondering how those of you who do make it work. I tri…

Started by DaveH

4 Jan 4, 2013
Reply by DaveH

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