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Switching from Cozmo to Medtronic

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dave    _ Sep 11, 2009. 17 Replies

Any Cozmo users switched to MiniMed?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kristin May 22, 2009. 3 Replies

 

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MelissaBL replied to Brad's discussion 'Switching from Cozmo to Medtronic'
"Brad, I switched from the Paradigm 715 to the Cozmo (so switched in reverse) and share your sentiments. I felt like the Minimed was pretty and sleek, but the Cozmo was everything I wanted a pump to be. When I made the switch off of Cozmo recently, I…"
Sep 11, 2009
Michael Birch replied to Brad's discussion 'Switching from Cozmo to Medtronic'
"That reminds me ... there was a serious flaw in the service at Smith's Medical. I was very interested in the software capabilities of the two pumps. The people at Smith's Medical insisted that they would be introducing the same software in…"
Sep 10, 2009
nel replied to Brad's discussion 'Switching from Cozmo to Medtronic'
"I am replying to you Brad , however hope that Micheal B reads this as well ...firstly I apologize for answering : I have learned my lesson here !!...I did not switch , so had no reason to respond , other than I like to learn ...secondly I take in…"
Aug 21, 2009
Mark Hagen replied to Brad's discussion 'Switching from Cozmo to Medtronic'
"Brad- I made the switch 2 months ago. While there are minor issues with the 722, like 25 unit max, I am happy with it. I would say when you get more used to it the difference would be more like BMW to a Cadillac. There are things missing but it…"
Aug 21, 2009
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nel replied to Brad's discussion 'Switching from Cozmo to Medtronic'
"Did you get trained by a professional person , who is familiar with a MM product ? I can't answer your questions about switching and what it entails ...but my up front thought is : you need Medtronic pump training and or use their website…"
Aug 20, 2009
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Aug 20, 2009
Brad posted a discussion

Switching from Cozmo to Medtronic

I will admit I am not used to it yet but Ive recently switched my Cozmo to a Medtronic 722 and am very unhappy. The problems I am having is its harder to keep track of records,Blood Sugers and Bolus amounts.My Cozmo I could just go to history and it would give me each record as I scroll down.The Medtronic I have to look at the meter for BG then go to pump for bolus numbers.I guess I can get the same info its just more work than the Cozmo.Then today I was having a large supper and the max bolus…See More
Aug 20, 2009

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