CGM Calibration and Cats

CGM is great. It tells us so much about what our blood glucose is (or has been) doing. But it’s not perfect. It’s not actually measuring our blood. It’s measuring the interstitial fluid between our body’s cells, which gets its glucose via osmosis but is essentially an “analog” of the blood. I’ve previously written about …

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June CGM Subsidy update

This is a follow-up to last month’s “CGM Subsidy update: what DO we know?” post. It’s been almost a month, and we’re getting close to that “July 1st” date. So time for a refresh: On the 10th of June NDSS essentially said that “things are in the works”. But there have been crickets since. The …

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May 2022 data snapshot

Last month I mentioned that I had modified the parameters I was using for the insulin activity/IOB modelling in my AID/loop system. Specifically, for Lyumjev and for Humalog I’m now using 9 hours in the exponential IOB model. I showed statistics from two 4-week samples of Lyumjev, and then a 7-day sample using this timing …

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