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  1. How To Count Carbohydrates

    ... have only part of their total weight as carbohydrate. The carb content of these foods can be determined by food labels, reference books or software, or a scale and a list of carb factors. Like any new skill, counting grams of carbohydrates will take ...

    Richard Morris - 11/11/2014 - 14:27

  2. Diabetes Control

    ... tips and rules to help you control your blood sugars Carb Factor | Correction Factor | Bolus on Board | Basal/Bolus ...

    Diabetesnet - 11/03/2014 - 17:26

  3. Low Blood Sugars (Hypoglycemia)

    ... given for a person's current weight, activity level, and carb intake. This is especially true if lows occur within one to three hours after a carb bolus or when more than 20 grams of glucose are required to bring the ...

    Diabetesnet - 11/03/2014 - 17:17

  4. Device Connectivity – The Next Big Wave in Diabetes

    ... such as glucose readings, glucose trend lines, calorie and carb intake, activity levels, weight, and blood pressure is critical in ...

    John Walsh PA CDE - 11/03/2014 - 16:37

  5. Record Keeping

    ... visualize how your insulin doses, medications, food intake, carb counts, and activity affect your glucose readings. They help pinpoint ... activities blood sugars insulin doses foods and carb counts comments about emotions, stress, medications, etc... ...

    Richard Morris - 08/27/2014 - 15:43

  6. Pumping Insulin Download Page

    ... 11.5 Test Your Basal Rates 12.5 Test Your Carb Factor 13.5 Test Your Correction Factor 14.3 Questions to ...

    Diabetesnet - 06/25/2014 - 14:55

  7. Solo MicroPump Insulin Delivery System

    ... safest bolus doses possible. Bolus doses were determined as carb bolus plus correction bolus minus BOB. Roche's other pumps use a ... Board (BOB) Helps prevent insulin stacking; BOB includes carb and correction boluses as long as BG is entered; programmable 2-8 hours ...

    Diabetesnet - 01/15/2014 - 14:39

  8. Insulin Pump Features

    ... when they are needed. Once a pump BC is programmed with a carb factor and a correction factor by the user and health care provider, the ... given close together. Stacking can occur any time a previous carb and correction bolus is still lowering your glucose when a new bolus is ...

    Diabetesnet - 11/14/2013 - 12:15

  9. Insulin Pumps and Insulin Pump Therapy

    ... stacking, improve bolus accuracy, and know your current carb deficit or insulin deficit. BOB does not measure any basal insulin ...

    Diabetesnet - 11/14/2013 - 12:01

  10. The Bolus on Board (BOB or Unused Insulin)

    ... the last bolus of the day was given. Try not to take a carb and correction boluses more often than every two hours unless there is a ... to your insulin doses, and your TDD, basals, and your carb and correction factors have been accurately set. Examples: ...

    Richard Morris - 11/04/2013 - 12:27