All Blog Posts Tagged 'Basal' (3)

And the Glucocoaster Continues

Since going back on the pump, I've been trying really hard to keep my BGs tighter and actually in range. Before, anything under 250 was good as far as I was concerned. There are lots of reasons for this, the primary one being that I am scared to death of going low, especially at work or while alone. So, I let myself "run high," which did crap to my A1C, but generally left me feeling pretty ok. But my endo really wants me to get serious about my control and I agree that I need to do better. The… Continue

Added by MyBustedPancreas on June 6, 2011 at 4:31am — 1 Comment

Basal Check 1pm to 8pm - Starvation

Once again another post of just how my diabetes control has gone.  In some ways the post is more for me than anyone else, to show myself that I can apply myself and get results.  Hopefully my ramblings might help someone a little bit in some way.

Today I managed to get my blood glucose down over night and breakfast planned out as well giving me a chance to check my basal profile for the afternoon.  I struck it pretty lucky given that yesterday I’d…

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Added by Hamish Norton on April 9, 2011 at 5:04pm — 2 Comments

How complex are the basal programs on your pump?

I often think, if I could whip up the perfect basal schedule, what would it look like? Has anyone gotten scientific with their basal settings? If so, how does it look?

Added by Gluke Skywalker on March 1, 2011 at 7:12am — No Comments

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