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Animas

Diasend Animas reporting instructions

Medtronic

Medtronic

CareLink Medtronic reporting instructions

Omnipod

OmniPod

Diasend OmniPod reporting instructions

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Dexcom G5

Dexcom Printing Dexcom reports - instructions

FreeStyle

FreeStyle

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OneTouch

OneTouch

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Worksheets for setting up pump paramaters

Basal Assessment

Everyone needs a continuous supply of basal (background) insulin, day and night. The amount needed varies by time of day and is unique to each of us. We determine our optimal pattern of basal insulin using a controlled experiment (assessment) during which we hold some things constant, control some others, and record everything! It’s a bit of work, but it’s worth it because getting your basal insulin correct is the key first step to freedom – the freedom to live life as you choose. This worksheet makes it easier.

Basal assessment worksheet

Sensitivity Assessment

Sensitivity specifies how much our BG will be lowered by one unit of insulin. Different for each person, we determine this using a controlled experiment (assessment) during which we take a correction insulin and record BG values afterwards. Sensitivity is also known as Insulin Sensitivity Factor (ISF) or Correction Factor.

 

Sensitivity assessment worksheet

Carb to Insulin Ratio Assessment

Carb to Insulin ratio specifies the grams of carbohydrate that are metabolized by one unit of insulin. Different for each person, we determine this ratio using a controlled experiment (assessment) during which we control food intake and record BG values. Carb to insulin ratio (CIR) is also called Insulin to Carb ratio (I:C ratio). This worksheet will help you do a CIR assessment.

Carb to insulin ration assessment worksheet