Pumping Insulin: Everything You Need For Success On A Smart Insulin Pump

July 31, 2018 - Comment

Pumping Insulin, 5th edition, provides up-to-date information on how to use the smart pump for the best blood glucose management. Clear, logical steps on how to set up a pump, test and adjust it. Simple ways to find TDD, basal rate and carb and correction factors for boluses. Use the bolus calculator to avoid stacking

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, 5th edition, provides up-to-date information on how to use the for the best blood glucose management. Clear, logical steps on how to set up a , test and adjust it. Simple ways to find TDD, basal rate and carb and correction factors for boluses. Use the bolus calculator to avoid stacking insulin and highs and lows. Carb counting and over 300 carb percentages. New chapter on CGMs and pumps. Updated chapters on use specific to children and teens, pregnancy, exercise and type 2’s. Over 185 useful tables, figures and examples. How to use software downloads and log books to spot patterns and improve glucose control. New findings on duration of insulin action (DIA) and Bolus on Board (BOB). How to use Symlin and GLP-1 agonists with pumps.

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Comments

Anonymous says:

Helpful for the new T1 but not so helpful for T1 20+ years Great book with wonderful tools unless you are moving into the later years of Type 1 as pumper. There are so many changes taking place as you reach the 20+ year mark but no author spends any time helping those of us with T1 for over 20 years. Hoping for an update with valid research! It’s not an area well documented by researchers, doctors or authors.

Elizabeth A. Pressler says:

Great Book It’s worth it for the section on exercise alone, but still awesome over all. I feel like I don’t have to be as reliant on my team of CDEs if I need to make a change… The book tells you how to figure that out, and then I can go to one of my CDEs if I feel the need for some confirmation.

SCC says:

Excellent insulin pumper’s reference manual I read the book front to back when I first got my pump, but since then, I’ve gone back repeatedly for specific questions. The answers are always there! Well organized, good depth of information, and I enjoy the matter of fact writing style.

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