"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?"
"Only France and Israel use our system of measurement. And the transmitter battery pins and set pin still suck!!! The new NAV 2 was recently approved in the UC. it will not have replaceable batteries in either the handset, or the transmitter, from…"
"You can turn off the BG reminders...The expire alert reminder will start 1at hr 71, then every hour after. I do not believe that you can silence the expiration reminder alarms. Very frustrating, if you want to sleep through the night."
"How do you know that your insurance will not cover the Dexcom. You need to get a rejection letter in writing from them, then appeal, then get that rejection letter in writing, and then....I will update if it actually goes that far."
"There is no way to predict what "medicare" will look like in a few years. To answer your question for 2012. Medicare is NOT THE SAME for everyone. There is "straight" medicare, which covers least of all, and is the default…"
"As Jim saidd. Also, the CGM measures interstital fluid, and the last place the body puts glucose is in the interstitial fluid that isn't moving. So, it youwere laying on that area, it is posable that that part of your boddy wasn't supplied…"
"From Theire website: Your meter operates your pump. Your pump delivers your insulin. Wireless living just got even more convenient. This product is not cleared or available for use in the U.S.
A 510(k) submission is pending"
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