You can upload the Ping Pump, the Ping Meter and the Dexcom CGM to Diasend. They provide great, customizable PDF reports. You can also get your Doctor to download, or to view the information directly on their site.
To register for Diasend, go to this link
I just went on to register, but dexcom is not listed as a meter. Am i missing something? Thanks-
Once you register the Animas Ping Pump, you'll be asked if you have any other devices you want to register. You need to choose the Animas Ping Meter and the Dexcom CGM. I believe that you'll get the opportunity to choose them, once you registered the pump.
Does Diasend accept any other meters besides the remote? I use the verio iqs... Thanks!!! This is all great information to know I can get my pump and cgms info combined!
Thanks for the reply! I'm in the u.s.. Do you mean Diasend blocks off cgm for all Windows versions or just Windows 8? I have 7 now and it won't do me much good if the cgms tab is blocked.... thanks!
The ping meter downloads your glucose readings, while the pump downloads all of the items in the History section (Bolus, Total Daily Dose, Prime, etc.)
In my opinion, it is good that you have a week in which to do this. I ended up having to upload my pump three times in order to get all the data (I use the ping meter, as well as three ultra mini's - the ping meter is too bulky when I'm out so I manually enter most of my bg readings). Then I had to run separate reports for bg readings, carbs, and bolus doses. I then set up an Excel spreadsheet to display them. I called the animas tech people, and they recommended using the Diasend program. I'm waiting for the cable thingy and will then download the program. I have heard good things aobut Diasend, so I am looking forward to an easier and smoother reporting.
I used EZmanger and agreed with my Dr. office what they wanted to see for reports and then emailed them as for BG meters they down loaded them in the office (as well as the pump) while doing the routine checks (wght. blood pressure, etc) by the time the Doc came in he would have the reports. For a while I did the exel file too but now I use diasend for both the pump and my dexcom. It seems to work well although you must do it in advance 3-4 days as sometimes it doesn't go through and you must have a great high speed connection. If you do it far enough in advance your health care provider has more time to look at the complete picture. Good luck.
I just went on to register and didn't even see the dexcom as a meter option. Is this not available in the US? Also, where would you get the clinic ID from? Thanks-