Anubis revisited

Ever since I wrote about the Anubis project (twice in 2021) I keep getting people assuming that I’m responsible for it. They send me requests for units, instructions as to how to make them themselves, etc. Just to be clear: I was one of the people involved in early testing of the units, and I …

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Progressing through Hybrid and “Fully” Closed-looping

I’ve done articles like this in the past, comparing my clinical results over the years. But I’ve just hit what feels like another milestone, so I’m going to re-do it using my current reporting tools. I’m going to show data from four points in time: 2017, when I’d only recently started using an Automated Insulin …

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Ranges and Timeframes

I recently wrote about the value of HbA1c in measuring more than just our average BG level. And in fact that it’s often not accurate in that. Our best tools for measuring our BG patterns at the moment are Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) systems. Basic data CGM data can show us is how much our …

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