My plan is to post my weekly Medtronic CGM reports and discuss my diet/exercise and treatment protocols on this blog. Hopefully people will find this interesting and will start a discussion of alternate ways to treat Type I diabetes (and Type II) to the current ADA standard.
To start - and without any real context ;) - this has to be one of my best weeks recorded. I averaged 90% within range of 70 - 140, but am thinking I need to tighten that range a bit - is 140 really a good number? I think it should be 120 on the upper end.
One big thing I did that has helped me keep atight control is that I turned on the predictive alarm features of my Revel 523 so I'm now getting alarmed when I start to go high or low, instead of when I'm already hitting a high.
Are these numbers great? I definitely think there is room for improvement. On the Hypo side of things a 44 for a low looks pretty low, but I'm really working on my overnight basal rate and hit most of my lows then. But, I managed to exit the week with a 4% overall below 70 - not bad.
Stay tuned for more details on what I eat to maintain control, how I exercise and other pump details.