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(pdf) Effectiveness Of Automated Insulin Management Features Of The Minimed 640g Sensor-augmented Insulin Pump

(pdf) Effectiveness Of Automated Insulin Management Features Of The Minimed 640g Sensor-augmented Insulin Pump

Background: Automated insulin management features of the MiniMed include suspension in response to predicted low sensor glucose (SG) values (suspend before low), suspension in response to existing low SG values (suspend on low), and automatic restarting of basal insulin delivery upon SG recovery. The effectiveness of these features was evaluated using CareLink Methods: Anonymized data from MiniMed 640G system users (n=4818), MiniMed 530G system users Veosystem users (n=43,193) who voluntarily uploaded pump and sensor data were retrospectively analyzed. Comparisons were made between days in which system features were enabled at any time and those in which they were not. Comparisons were also made between pump suspension events for which insulin delivery was automatically or manually resumed and between glycemic parameters of users who switched from the MiniMed Paradigm Veo system to the MiniMed 640G system. Results: Days in which the MiniMed 640G suspend before low feature was enabled had lower percentages of SG readings 70 mg/dL (3.9 mmol/L) or 240 mg/dL (13.3 mmol/L) than days when it was not enabled (P<0.001 for each). Users who switched from the MiniMed Paradigm Veo system to the MiniMed 640G system had fewer excursions below 70 mg/dL (P<0.001) and 240 mg/dL (P<0.001). SG values following automatically resumed pump suspension events recovered more rapidly and had a more stabilized endpoint than Conclusions: Automated insulin management features of the MiniMed 640G system can reduce the frequency of both high and low SG values and help stabilize SG after resumption of insulin delivery. Sensor-augmented pump systems provide insulin de- livery and continuous glucose monitoring therapies that can improve the management of diabetes. The MiniMed Paradigm Veo and MiniMed 5 Continue reading >>

Enlite Glukossensor | Minimed 640g-systemet - Medtronic Diabetes Sverige

Enlite Glukossensor | Minimed 640g-systemet - Medtronic Diabetes Sverige

TA REDA P MER OM DEN NYA GENERATIONENS ENLITE INFRING I DENNA VIDEO. CGM GER SNKT HBA1C OCH FRBTTRAD BLODSOCKERKONTROLL Flera randomiserade kontrollerade prvningar 1 4 5 har visat att kontinuerlig glukosmtning: Upp till 1% lgre HbA1c utan att risken fr svra hypoglykemier kar Fler patienter som nr det HbA1c-mlvrde som rekommenderas av ADA (American Diabetes Association). Alla dessa frdelar kan hjlpa dig f bttre kontroll ver din diabetes * Funktionen fr automatiskt stopp bygger p vissa kriterier: sensorglukosvrdet mste ligga inom 70 mg/dl (3,9 mmol/l) frn grnsen fr lgt blodsocker och prognosen mste vara att det ska bli 20 mg/dl (1,1 mmol/l) ver grnsen inom 30 minuter OCH pumpen fr inte vara i refraktr fas. ** Interna arkivdata. Medtronic Minimed, Inc 1 Bergenstal RM, Tamborlane WV, Ahmann A, et al. Effectiveness of sensor-augmented insulin-pump therapy in type 1 diabetes. N Engl J Med. 2010;363:311320.) 2 Enhanced Enlite with MiniMed 640G System has a MARD of 9.1% [vs. YSI on Day 3]. Cohen O et al. Accuracy of the continuous glucose sensor used with the predictive low glucose management system. Diabetes Technol Ther 2016; 18(S1): A81-A82. 4 Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Continuous Glucose Monitoring Study Group. Continuous glucose monitoring and intensive treatment of type 1 diabetes. N Engl J Med. 2008;359(14):1464-1476. 5 Raccah D, Sulmont V, Resnik Y,et al. Incremental value of continuous glucose monitoring when starting pump therapy in patients with poorly controlled type 1 diabetes: the RealTrend Study. Diabetes Care. 2009;32(12):2245-2250. - Enlite -sensorn r indicerad fr vuxna och barn och endast avsedd att anvndas med produkter frn Medtronic: MiniMed 640G-systemet, MiniMed Paradigm Veo -systemet, MiniMed Paradigm REAL-Time-systemet, Guardian REAL-Time-sys Continue reading >>

Enlite Glucosesensor | Het Minimed 640g-systeem | Medtronic Diabetes

Enlite Glucosesensor | Het Minimed 640g-systeem | Medtronic Diabetes

Gemakkelijker inbrengen met een druk op de knop Tijdens het inbrengen is de naald afgeschermd ONTDEK MEER OVER HET INBRENGEN VANDE ENLITESENSOR MET DE ENLITE SERTER INDEZE VIDEO. ONTDEK MEER OVER HET INBRENGEN VANDE ENLITESENSOR MET DE ONE PRESS SERTER INDEZE VIDEO. CGM REDUCEERT HbA1c-WAARDEN EN VERBETERT DE GLYKEMISCHE CONTROLE Diverse willekeurig gecontroleerde proeven 1 , 4 , 5 toonden aan dat CGM kan leiden tot: Een verlaging van de HbA1c-waarde met tot wel 1%, zonder het aantal gevallen van ernstige hypoglykemie te vergroten Meer gebruikers bereiken de door de American Diabetes Association aanbevolen HbA1c-streefwaarde Al deze voordelen helpen u om uw diabetes beter onder controle te krijgen. - De Nieuwe generatie Enlite -sensor kan gebruikt worden door volwassenen en kinderen en is uitsluitend bestemd voor gebruik in combinatie met Medtronic-producten: MiniMed640G-systeem, MiniMed ParadigmVeo-systeem, MiniMedParadigmREAL-Time-systeem, GuardianREAL-Time CGM-systeem, iPro 2 . -De Nieuwe generatie Enlite -sensor is niet bestemd voor gebruik in combinatie met Medtronic CGMS Golden iPro. -De Guardian 2 Link-zender is compatibel met de MiniMed640G-insulinepomp, terwijl de MiniLink-zender compatibel is met het MiniMedParadigmVeo-systeem en het GuardianREAL-Time CGM-systeem. * Het dynamisch stoppen van de toediening is gebonden aan de volgende criteria: sensorglucose mag maximaal 70 mg/dl (3,9 mmol/l) afwijken van de ondergrens en moet volgens de trend binnen 30 minuten nog slechts 20 mg/dL (1,1 mmol/l) boven de ondergrens liggen EN de pomp mag niet in de wachttijd-periode zijn. ** Interne gegevens opgeslagen; Medtronic Minimed, Inc; Medtronic Minimed, Inc 1 Bergenstal RM, Tamborlane WV, Ahmann A, et al. Effectiveness of sensor-augmented insulin-pump therapy in type 1 d Continue reading >>

Three Months With The Medtronic 640g Time For A Review And Comparison With The Spirit Combo That I Used Previously

Three Months With The Medtronic 640g Time For A Review And Comparison With The Spirit Combo That I Used Previously

05/08/2016 admin Accuchek Spirit Combo , Diabetes , insulin pump , Medtronic 640G , Smartguard 10 Having now used the 640G for three months, I felt that I now have a good handle on it, how it works and how it compares to the Accu-Chek Spirit Combo that I was using previously. To summarise it, as a pump, it does little differently, aside from a less functional remote control, however it has a few bells and whistles, that, for me at least, make it an amazing option. But if you want to know more, then read on. In May, I got my hands (finally) on one of these, being funded by the NHS: Previous to this, Id spent about 7 months with a purloined Combo, and self funded the sets (although a number of helpful people provided me with plenty as well). Thats one of these: On a basic level, if I was to make a comparison, in terms of On-Pump functionality, I think the combo and the 640G both do very similar things. They have the same range of pump functionality, in that they both offer multiple basal rates, have normal, square and dual/multiwave bolusing, and do what pumps do. Both also offer a form of bolus wizard that allows you to enter a load of data and then have the system calculate what your bolus should be. Whilst the functionality is the same, the how the functionality is delivered is very different. Why? The remote control. As everybody knows by now, the Spirit Combo includes a linked Aviva Expert meter (which for many is a killer feature of the pump), on to which all the Bolus Wizard data is entered. Then when you blood test, the bolus amount is sent to the pump to deliver. In the case of the 640G, whilst you do the blood test on the Ascensia Contour Next-Link 2.4 (bit of a mouthful that), and the test result is sent to the pump, you enter all the data on the pump, which i Continue reading >>

Medtronic 640g And Enlite Sensor Life

Medtronic 640g And Enlite Sensor Life

Diabetes Forum The Global Diabetes Community Find support, ask questions and share your experiences. Join the community On the Veo I could always get an extra 24 hours beyond the 6 day sensor life by immediately restarting my old sensor as a new sensor. Since having the 640g and new Guardian transmitter I've not been able to extend the sensor life beyond 6 days whatever I try either by reconnect old sensor/start new sensor/find lost sensor etc. The extra 24 hours on the old transmitter and Veo gave me time, if the sensor ended at an inconvenient time, to keep CGM running until I was able to insert a new sensor plus it was always on the same day of the week. Has anyone on the 640g and Enlite sensors had any luck in extending the sensor duration beyond 6 days and if so please can you tell me what you did? Thanks. I certainly haven't,but will keep trying different ways! Flowerpot are you on facebook? I definitely know some people on their have extended their sensors... I couldn't tell you specifically how because I don't have a pump/Cgm yet so it's all slightly 'foreign' to me, but I do know I've seen people with 640gs extend them because I was thinking how good that was... If you do have facebook I *think* I saw it in the group 'T1-cgm information'... Thanks @-Artemis- , I'm not on facebook but will have a look around to see what I can discover about restarting the sensor after 6 days. Fingers crossed something works ! you have to take the transmitter off, give it a little charge and then reattach and then start new sensor that could well be a challenge too far for me as I'm partially sighted and struggle to see well enough to connect the transmitter to the sensor in the first place. I'll have a try and see if it is possible. It's interesting that the transmitter battery Continue reading >>

Ny Generation Enlite Glukosesensor | Minimed 640g-systemet - Medtronic Diabetes Danmark

Ny Generation Enlite Glukosesensor | Minimed 640g-systemet - Medtronic Diabetes Danmark

VORES KOMPLETTE SYSTEM TIL BEDRE BESKYTTELSE OG BLODSUKKERKONTROL 1 Nr patienter kombinerer kontinuerlig glukoseovervgning med MiniMed 640G-systemet og den nye Guardian 2 Link-sender, vil de f gavn af: Det intelligente SmartGuard-system, der tilbyder beskyttelse mod hypoglykmi ved automatisk at stoppe insulintilfrslen, nr sensorglukosen forventes at nrme sig en forudstillet lav grnse * 83 % af brugerne oplevede strre selvtillid i forhold til at styre hje og lave blodsukkerniveauer, nr de bar deres CGM-system 3 Forbedrede egenskaber for strre komfort og bedre oplevelse Mindre og mere fleksibel sensor: Den er 80 % mindre sammenlignet med den forrige Ny generation Enlite Sensor Den Ny generation Enlite-sensor bestr af en nyudvikling til sensorens selvklbende plaster, s hudirritationer mindskes En mere plidelig forbindelse mellem sensoren og senderen, hvorved sandsynligheden for at datatab reduceres. I tilflde af, at forbindelsen mellem sensoren og senderen mistes, kan den nye Guardian 2 Link-sender gemme op til 10 timers data Se mere om indstik af den nye generation Enlitesensor i denne video CGM REDUCERER HBA1C OG FORBEDRER DEN GLYKMISKE KONTROL Adskillige randomiserede, kontrollerede forsg 1 , 4 , 5 har vist, at CGM kan fre til: Reduktion af HbA1c-niveauet p op til 1 % uden at ge risikoen for alvorlig hypoglykmi Et strre antal patienter, som nr det HbA1c-ml, der anbefales af American Diabetes Association (ADA) Alle disse fordele kan hjlpe dig med at opn bedre kontrol over din diabetes. Ny generation Enlite-sensoren er indiceret til voksne og brn og kun beregnet til brug sammen med Medtronic-produkter: MiniMed 640G-systemet, MiniMed Paradigm Veo-systemet, MiniMed Paradigm REAL-Time-systemet, Guardian REAL-Time CGM-systemet, iPro 2 . Ny generation Enlite-sensoren er ikke Continue reading >>

Continuous Glucose Monitoring (cgm)

Continuous Glucose Monitoring (cgm)

Some people use CGM simply to visualise their glucose patterns and see what their glucose is doing. But the real power is in setting alerts on the reader/insulin pump so that you can be warned of, or before, a high or low glucose level. You can use it to help you manage highs and lows more quickly, and also try to avoid them. Using CGM has been shown to help patients manage their diabetes even more than just using a pump on its own3. Medtronic has been integrating CGM into their insulin pumps for some time now to minimise the equipment that patients need to wear to help them to manage their diabetes even more effectively.1 SmartGuard®, which is Medtronic’s latest CGM technology, goes a step further than any other CGM. It actually allows the insulin pump to use the CGM readings and switch insulin off and turn it back on again when it predicts that you are going to have a lower sugar level than you would like. SmartGuard® is unique to Medtronic and only available on the MiniMed™ 640G System. It is revolutionising Type 1 Insulin pump therapy and it is why thousands of patients have chosen to use the MiniMed™ 640G. How SmartGuard® Works *The dynamic suspend feature is based on certain criteria: sensor glucose must be within 3.9mmol/L of the low limit and predicted to be 1.1mmol/L above the low limit within 30 minutes AND the pump must not be in the refractory period. **The dynamic resume feature is based on certain preset criteria: sensor glucose must be 1.1mmol/L above the preset low limit and predicted ot be 2.2mmol/L above within 30 minutes AND insulin must have been suspended for at least 30 minutes. Continuous Glucose Data or ‘Flash Glucose Monitoring’ like the Abbott Freestyle Libre are different. Flash glucose monitoring involves using a glucose sensor a Continue reading >>

Effectiveness Of Automated Insulin Management Features Of The Minimed 640g Sensor-augmented Insulin Pump.

Effectiveness Of Automated Insulin Management Features Of The Minimed 640g Sensor-augmented Insulin Pump.

Diabetes Technol Ther. 2016 Oct;18(10):657-663. Epub 2016 Sep 27. Effectiveness of Automated Insulin Management Features of the MiniMed 640G Sensor-Augmented Insulin Pump. 2 Diabetes Research Group, King's College London , London, United Kingdom . Automated insulin management features of the MiniMed 640G sensor-augmented pump system include suspension in response to predicted low sensor glucose (SG) values ("suspend before low"), suspension in response to existing low SG values ("suspend on low"), and automatic restarting of basal insulin delivery upon SG recovery. The effectiveness of these features was evaluated using CareLink software data. Anonymized data from MiniMed 640G system users (n = 4818), MiniMed 530G system users (n = 39,219), and MiniMed Paradigm Veo system users (n = 43,193) who voluntarily uploaded pump and sensor data were retrospectively analyzed. Comparisons were made between days in which system features were enabled at any time and those in which they were not. Comparisons were also made between pump suspension events for which insulin delivery was automatically or manually resumed and between glycemic parameters of users who switched from the MiniMed Paradigm Veo system to the MiniMed 640G system. Days in which the MiniMed 640G "suspend before low" feature was enabled had lower percentages of SG readings 70 mg/dL (3.9 mmol/L) or 240 mg/dL (13.3 mmol/L) than days when it was not enabled (P < 0.001 for each). Users who switched from the MiniMed Paradigm Veo system to the MiniMed 640G system had fewer excursions below 70 mg/dL (P < 0.001) and 240 mg/dL (P < 0.001). SG values following automatically resumed pump suspension events recovered more rapidly and had a more stabilized endpoint than following manually resumed events. Automated insulin manage Continue reading >>

Minimed 640g System With Smartguard For Managing Blood Glucose Levels In People With Type 1 Diabetes

Minimed 640g System With Smartguard For Managing Blood Glucose Levels In People With Type 1 Diabetes

Next Technology overview This briefing describes the regulated use of the technology for the indication specified, in the setting described, and with any other specific equipment referred to. It is the responsibility of healthcare professionals to check the regulatory status of any intended use of the technology in other indications and settings. The MiniMed 640G system is an integrated sensor‑augmented pump therapy system. It consists of a continuous glucose monitor and an insulin pump. The system uses a disposable glucose sensor (Enlite), which is inserted under the skin of the abdomen by the user using an automatic device supplied with the system, and secured with a small self‑adhesive patch. It continuously measures glucose levels in the interstitial fluid, which lag about 15 minutes behind capillary blood glucose levels measured using a finger prick. The sensor is replaced at least every 6 days. The sensor is attached to a non‑implanted transmitter (Guardian 2 Link), which sends the data wirelessly to the insulin pump or a stand‑alone monitor. The transmitter is approximately the size of a 2 pence piece and lies almost flat against the skin. The insulin pump or monitor displays the glucose data on a screen and can plot trend‑lines. The sensor readings are updated every 5 minutes. The insulin pump, which weighs about 92 g and is 5.3 cm×9.6 cm×2.5 cm, can be clipped to a belt or be carried in a pocket. An insulin reservoir that can hold up to 300 units of insulin is fitted to the pump. An infusion set carries insulin from the reservoir to the body through a subcutaneous catheter. The reservoir and infusion set are changed every 2 to 3 days. The pump delivers a continuous basal rate of insulin needed for normal body functioning. This is a personalised back Continue reading >>

Continuous Glucose Monitoring

Continuous Glucose Monitoring

MiniMed 640G Insulin Pump is a sensor augmented pump (SAP) - the latest type of insulin pump that includes Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) capabilities. An insulin pump that is CGM capable means that you can see and track your glucose levels. By wearing a sensor that sends data to your pump 288 times in a 24 hour period (thats every 5 minutes), your pump can track your glucose levels and even alert you to a high or low! You will need to wear a small glucose sensor that sits under the skin for up to 6 days at a time. Just like an infusion set cannula, the sensor is easily inserted using an automatic device provided with the system (known as a 'Serter'). The sensor attaches to a small lightweight transmitter* that sends glucose sensor data wirelessly to your insulin pump through advanced radio frequency (RF) wireless technology. The screen on your insulin pump displays the glucose data on screen and plots a trend line of the data so that you can see exactly what your glucose trends are and what may be affecting them.As well as seeing the on-screen display, you can set Alerts on the insulin pump that will sound or vibrate to warn you when you are likely to reach, are reaching or have reached your glucose target limits. Having this information can help you to avoid hypo- or hyperglycaemic excursions, remain within your target glucose levels and help to reduce your HbA1C and achieve better control. What makes the MiniMed 640G System special is the power of SmartGuard. This is completely unique to this insulin pump and is a major step forward for insulin pump technology. When SmartGuard is switched on, the insulin pump can actually switch off delivery of insulin to prevent you going too low and switch it back on again once sensor glucose levels are back in range without Continue reading >>

Enlite Glucose Sensor | The Minimed 640g System - Medtronic Diabetes Uk

Enlite Glucose Sensor | The Minimed 640g System - Medtronic Diabetes Uk

Smaller and more flexible sensor: 80% reduction in size compared to the former Enlite Sensor Features an innovation to the sensor adhesive patch to help reduce skin irritations Reliable sensor to transmitter connection, which can reduce the likelihood of data gaps. In the event of a lost connection between the sensor and the transmitter, the new Guardian 2 Link transmitter can store up to 10 hours of data Insertion is easy with a one button insertion process, a hidden needle during insertion, a 90 degree insertion angle. 85% of patients agreed that insertion with Enlite was pain free** Small & lightweight: 3.5 x 2.8 x 0.7cm (1.4" x 1.1" x 0.3") and less than 7g (1/4 ounce) Sleek thin profile that is shaped to move with you - it won't tug, pull, or pinch Wireless transmission means that it works under any clothing Waterproof -You can wear the transmitter and glucose sensor while swimming, bathing, or showering. Fully immersible, you can wear it to a depth of 2.4 metres (8 feet) for up to 30 minutes If the sensor connection is lost, the transmitter will store up to10 hours of data which will be displayed upon re-connection to the pump The Guardian 2 Link Transmitter is compatible with the MiniMed 640G insulin pump, while the MiniLink Transmitter is compatible with the MiniMed Paradigm Veo System and the Guardian REAL-Time CGM System. Inserting a Guardian2 Link Transmitter & EnliteSensor Watch this video for further instruction on inserting a Guardian 2 Link transmitter and with Enlite glucose sensor. - New Generation Enlite sensor is indicated for adults and children and only intended for use with Medtronic products: MiniMed640G System, MiniMed ParadigmVeoSystem, MiniMedParadigmREAL-Time System, Guardian REAL-Time CGM System, iPro2. - New Generation Enlite sensor is not Continue reading >>

Up Close With Medtronic’s New Minimed 640g System In Europe

Up Close With Medtronic’s New Minimed 640g System In Europe

Twitter summary: Major updates from @MDT_Diabetes on the 640G predictive #insulin suspend for type 1 #diabetes from #ATTD2015 Medtronic Diabetes shared several exciting updates on its MiniMed 640G system and Enhanced Enlite CGM (“Enlite 2”) at this year’s ATTD Conference in Paris. The MiniMed 640G features “SmartGuard” technology, which will suspend insulin delivery if hypoglycemia is predicted to occur within 30 minutes (based on the CGM reading). The system automatically resumes insulin delivery once glucose levels start to recover. The MiniMed 640G is an exciting step beyond the MiniMed 530G/Veo, which could only suspend insulin delivery once hypoglycemia was reached, and it automatically stayed suspended for two hours (unless manually turned back on). The MiniMed 640G was launched in Australia this January, and is now also available in the UK and Denmark. An FDA submission of the system is expected later this year (the pivotal trial is ongoing), meaning the 640G could launch in the US sometime in 2016, although we think many things will need to go right to achieve this aggressive timeline. At ATTD, we had the opportunity to handle the new system ourselves and to hear new clinical trial data. Bottom line, hypoglycemia prevention is definitely the strong suit of the 640G, though the pump’s design improvements are an equally big win. We think it’s a particularly valuable option for those with hypoglycemia unawareness, a history of severe hypoglycemia, or who fear nighttime lows. diaTribe Plays with the 640G – Our Biggest Takeaways We got the chance to play with the 640G systems ourselves during a Medtronic workshop. Our key takeaways on the system’s design are: The 640G’s color, light-adjusting screen greatly improves the user experience. It’s not Continue reading >>

Enlite Glukosesensor

Enlite Glukosesensor

Erfahren Sie mehr ber den optimierte EnliteSensor Anlage mit dem One-Press Serter in diesem Video: CGM SENKT DEN HBA1C UND VERBESSERT DIE DIABETESEINSTELLUNG Mehrere randomisierte, kontrollierte Studien 1 , 4 , 5 haben gezeigt, dass mit CGM folgende Ergebnisse erreicht werden knnen: Senkung des HbA1c um bis zu 1 % ohne Anstieg der Rate schwerer Hypoglykmien. Mehr Patienten erreichen den von Diabetes-Fachgesellschaften (z. B. DG) empfohlenen HbA1c-Zielwert. Diese Vorzge knnen Sie dabei untersttzen, eine gute Blutzuckereinstellung zu erreichen. -Der Enlite Sensor kann von Erwachsenen und Kindern genutzt werden. Er ist nur fr den Einsatz mit folgenden Medtronic-Produkten konzipiert: MiniMed 640G, MiniMed Paradigm Veo, MiniMed Paradigm REAL-Time System, Guardian REAL-Time CGM System, iPro 2 . -Der Enlite Sensor ist nicht fr den Einsatz mit Medtronic CGMS Gold und iPro gedacht. -Der Guardian 2 Link Transmitter ist nur mit der MiniMed 640G Insulinpumpe kompatibel, whrend der MiniLink Transmitter mit dem MiniMed Paradigm Veo System und dem Guardian REAL-Time CGM System kompatibel ist. * Die personalisierte Unterbrechungsfunktion basiert auf bestimmten Kriterien: Der Glukosewert muss innerhalb von 70 mg/dl (3,9 mmol/l) ber der Untergrenze sein und innerhalb von 30 Minuten voraussichtlich 20 mg/dl (1,1 mmol/l) ber der Untergrenze liegen. ** Intern erhobene Daten; Medtronic MiniMed, Inc 1 Bergenstal RM, Tamborlane WV, Ahmann A, et al. Effectiveness of sensor-augmented insulin-pump therapy in type 1 diabetes. N Engl J Med. 2010;363:311320.) 2 Der verbesserte Enlite-Sensor hat mit dem MiniMed 640G-System eine MARD von 9,1% [vs. YSI am 3. Tag]. Cohen O et al. Accuracy of the continuous glucose sensor used with the predictive low glucose management system. Diabetes Technol Ther 2016 Continue reading >>

Enlite Glukosesensor | Minimed 640g-systemet Medtronic Diabetes Norge

Enlite Glukosesensor | Minimed 640g-systemet Medtronic Diabetes Norge

85 % av pasientene var enige om at innfring med Enlite var smertefritt** FINN UT MER OM DEN NYE GENERASJONEN ENLITE INNFRING I DENNE VIDEOEN. CGM REDUSERER HBA1C OG GIR BEDRE GLYKEMISK KONTROLL Flere randomiserte, kontrollerte studier 1 , 4 , 5 viste at CGM kan fre til: Opptil 1 % HbA1c-reduksjon uten ke forekomsten av alvorlig hypoglykemi Strre antall pasienter som nr HbA1c-mlet som er anbefalt av American Diabetes Association (ADA) Alle disse fordelene kan hjelpe deg til oppn bedre kontroll over diabetesen. -Den nye generasjonen Enlite-sensoren er indisert for voksne og barn og er kun beregnet for bruk med Medtronic-produkter: MiniMed 640G-systemet, MiniMed Paradigm Veo-systemet, MiniMed REAL-Time-systemet, Guardian REAL-Time CGM-systemet, iPro 2 . -Den nye generasjonen Enlite-sensoren er ikke beregnet for bruk med Medtronic CGMS Gold og iPro. -Guardian 2 Link-senderen er kompatibel med MiniMed 640G-insulinpumpen, mens MiniLink-senderen er kompatibel med MiniMed Paradigm Veo-systemet og Guardian REAL-Time CGM-systemet. * Funksjonen for dynamisk stopp er basert p visse kriterier: Sensorglukosenivet m ikke vre mer enn 3,9 mmol/l fra den nedre grensen og m forventes vre 1,1 mmol/l over den nedre grensen i lpet av 30 minutter, OG stoppfunksjonen m ikke ha vrt aktivert de siste 30 minuttene. ** Interne data finnes p fil; Medtronic Minimed, Inc 1 Bergenstal RM, Tamborlane WV, Ahmann A, et al. Effectiveness of sensor-augmented insulin-pump therapy in type 1 diabetes. N Engl J Med. 2010;363:311320.) 2 Enhanced Enlite med MiniMed 640G har en MARD p 9,1% (vs. YSI dag 3). Cohen O et al. Accuracy of the continuous glucose sensor used with the predictive low glucose management system. Diabetes Technol Ther 2016; 18(S1): A81-A82. 4 Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Continuous Continue reading >>

Extending 630g Enlite Sensor Past 6 Days

Extending 630g Enlite Sensor Past 6 Days

First time poster here. Im brand new to CGM, using the Minimed 630g with Enlite sensors. Ive been scouring the forums for advice and everyone says you can re-connect a sensor once its expired to extend the life past 6 days. I have a good site in, but every time I go to reconnect it, it says Sensor Expired. What am I missing? For example, the sensor expired this morning. I turned off the sensor connection on the pump for 20 minutes, then turned it back on so it could look for the sensor again. However, when it connects I just get the Sensor Expired message again. If I choose Start New Sensor from the Sensor Connection menu, it also gives me the Sensor Expired message. Do I have to do something differently to trick the pump into thinking its new? Sorry for the rookie question, and thanks in advance! Ive had luck taking the transmitter off of the sensor, waiting 15ish minutes, plugging it back in and telling the pump to look for a new sensor. BUT, I havent had any luck getting more than one or two more days out of the sensor before it craps out. Id be interested to see what others do as well This is what I do with my 630G with Enlite sensors (YMMV): 1, Turn off the sensor from the pump a few minutes to hour or so before the sensor expires (not sure if its necessary to do this before sensor end but thats what I do). 2. Carefully disconnect the transmitter from the sensor and recharge the transmitter. Be sure to do this with as little movement of the sensor as possible. You might need help with this step if your sensor is in an atypical place like back of arm (thats where Ive been putting my sensor with great results). 3. Reconnect the transmitter to the sensor after it fully charges. Put your choice of overlay tape over the transmitter (I use IV3000). 4. Start the sensor f Continue reading >>

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