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Thanks for these tips. I am diabetic and I have to control sugar level in my blood. I use accu-chek comfort curve device. Highly accurate and reliable strips have a special design that makes the process easier and more comfortable.
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Thanks for these tips. I am diabetis and I have to control sugar level in my blood. I use accu-chek comfort curve device. Highly accurate and reliable strips have a special design that makes the process easier and more comfortable.
It's certainly misnamed - it's NOT a Rule - but a Rule of Thumb - a starting point which you adjust up or down. If you really want to tailor your correction ratio, use the PredictBGL AppiTunes - http://itunes.apple.com/app/id980437930Google Play - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.managebgl.predictbgl2
Great and helpful concept! Anyone know why this works?
Dear all,Here in The Netherlands we use the rule of 100, which happens to be equivalent to your rule of 1800. We work with mmol/l, you use mg/dL I guess. As your value is 18 times higher it should be the same.For those people, like me, who don't want to calculate Accu-Chek invented the Aviva Expert that calculates how much units to inject. You measure the blood sugar and the carbohydrates, this device show the amount of insulin to inject. It also gives a bolus advice if you don't want to measure. It remembers the time and amount of injected insulin in case you measure in between.In my case it is a very handy device as my ratio differs by the time of the day. In the afternoon I use less insulin and this machine can handle that too.
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