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Pattern Management

Exploring the different ways people perform frequent review of blood sugar and other information in an attempt to fine tune blood sugar control.

Members: 56
Latest Activity: Mar 5

What this group is about:

Not everyone gets trained in pattern management. Most people end up doing some kind of pattern management but the truth is that rules of thumb and reactive approaches abound. My intention for this group is to start a dialogue to collect many of the different approaches to pattern management and from that to distill these experiences into a useful format for tighter blood glucose control.

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Comment by jrtpup on January 14, 2012 at 5:11am

Just discovered this group!

Comment by JJ on May 4, 2010 at 9:42pm
Hey
I just joined my name is JJ and am a healthy male human T1 looking to improve my a1c now at 6.7 ish
what is the best software to start out with to start tracking and managing my data
from my dexcom cgm
Talk Soon
Be Well
J J
Comment by Kevin McMahon on September 21, 2008 at 9:08pm
So I've been fully involved in some research lately but now we have some big time results that relate to this group. I'll get the whole thing together this week but quickly, weekly review for trends shows a 0.6 drop in A1c. And best of all, it's done with almost no effort by the patient - no logbook whatsoever - but you have to look at the report at least once a week otherwise it doesn't work. The study had preliminary results published at a regional meeting of endocrinologists this past Friday. More soon.
 

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