An ISIG of 10 - 17 is great. Generally, the ISIG should be about 1/8th to 1/10th of your BG. So if your BG is 100, I'd expect the ISIG to be between 8 and 10. If someone's BG is very high (e.g. 250+) then their ISIG would be higher, but someone with BG in the range of 100 - 170 should expect ISIG's 10 - 17. As the sensor ages beyond 5 - 10 days (depending on the person), the ISIG will slowly drop, eventually going below 5. At that point, the sensor needs to be replaced.
The Diabetes Hands Foundation and Diabetes Advocates Program is proud to announce and congratulate the members of DA who were granted scholarships to attend diabetes conferences in 2013! Thanks to a generous grant from Novo Nordisk, in 2013 we were … Continue Reading
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