"That is absolutely not true both my father ond I in 2 different states got cgms without aever using or requesting a pump. I was able to discover that his lantis consistently covered him for 20 hrs we switched him to split 12 hr doses and fine tuned…"
"Most insurances require the rx be from an endo and you mustvgre a priir authorization request justifying the mmedical necessity call your insurance first to find out the dme supplier they contract with. You could also call dexcom the manufacturer on…"
"I used mu omnipod out of warranty for several months it still works, but I got a new one so that my 4 yr clock would start I used to use mdi with lantus. I had my Dr switch my to levimere for my back up, so that I would not have the 24 hr lantus in…"
"I have had both, at separate times. did injections 3 times for trigger finger, didn't help much, had surgery to release. 1-1/2 yr later had DeQuervain's, asked dr to just fix it surgically. both were outpatient , and I had written…"
"Dexcom Inc 3/14/14
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"Clair: Insulet is in the process of getting FDA approval to remove the built-in meter. While we ant 100percent reliability, the reality is somewhat less. It is very frustrating, but insulet is only responsible in that they coud have postponed the…"
"All the countries except USA France and Israel use mmol/l We use mg/dl. Of course, you and I could live with converting the numbers. I do not know why your Dr thinks Nave will be back, since the Nav1.5 was never released here, and it was FDA…"
"Your insulin still has a tail on it at 3 hours. there is no insulin on the market that is fully finished at 3 hours. the 3-5 is the post meal number. Have you actually skipped eating for at least 8 hours and tested?"
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