Pumping Insulin: Everything You Need for Success on an Insulin Pump

June 7, 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 smart 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 and highs and lows. Carb counting and over 300 carb percentages. New chapter on CGMs and pumps. Updated chapters on pump 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 action (DIA) and Bolus on Board (BOB). How to use Symlin and GLP-1 agonists with pumps.

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Comments

Bill M. says:

This book changed my life I would highly recommend this book for medical professionals, parents, and obviously people with diabetes. I consider myself to be fairly comfortable with my diabetes management, but I’ve been unhappy with my A1c and my control in general lately. I would say getting a cgm was the biggest improvement followed by this book and more frequent endocrinologist appointments. The book discusses the theory as well as the nuts and bolts of logistically figuring out insulin sensitivity, nutrition, and…

MizzToYou says:

Type 1 Nerd I love this book. Started myself on the pump using the equations in this book, despite my Endo’s dismay. To his surprise, I pimped the pump so hard that my A1C when from 6.9 to 5.4 in 4 months with ONLY 2 significant lows! On Lantus, I had at least 1 significant low EVERY week. Love this book! It taught me how to adjust my basal depending on what my BS does during the day and night. I love that Mr. Walsh gives worksheets to plot your BS and according to how low or high your BS is at the end of…

Kevin H says:

Real information for real life Like many diabetics, I am lucky if I get three minutes with my doctor every three months. This book explains in detail how pump therapy works, and how to adapt it to your real life. Instead of nonspecific (often mistaken or inacurate) guidelines, it provides realistic instructions for everyday situations. It can help you actually live with diabetes the 99.9% of life outside the doctor’s office, while making consultations more productive, too.

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