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Hello, Sorry to resurrect an older thread but I just joined the trial for this meter last night and so far I’m liking it. Yes Sofa, I think you are right, the active insulin is not factored in to the bolus recommendation I’d worked that out alreadyhandily the manual actually tells you what is and isn’t involved in the calculations with some examples.

Phil65Jan 4, According to the blurb ‘The meter displays the calculated amount of Active Insulin’ however, when I was running post-meal testing over the weekend at 30, 60, and minutes the ‘Active Insulin’ read mnual throughout for 2 meals and at ‘0.

Is there some sort of error in settig up that might cause this? I then wanted to have a snack at 10am again, BG in range and entered 10g and it’s telling me to take 1 unit. Share This Page Tweet. It also seems to sort of ignore recently eaten carbs in its calculations I did mention this to the rep when I got the meter, but I’ll see how it goes when it arrives.

You must log in or sign up to reply here. The rep spent 45 minutes showing how aciva use it and putting the settings in etc.


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Found it took to long before lunch at work to key all the info in, half the time I was hypo and just wanted my lunch.

The advice screen shows you the mechanics of the calculation and also how much active you supposedly have on board which is why it was so useful for me, particularly given the rounding up and down to whole units that happens for us MDI luddites.

I’ve written a fairly moany review with my thoughts here: Edpert ratio is 2units: Your name or email address: Mine does tell me how much active insulin I have ‘on board’ though which can be useful. I’m happy with the ratios I’ve entered, sensitivity, etc, but I’m having a problem with aviv. If it’s the same meter I will not be happy at all, as at present I’m being messed about by Roch concerning the handset for my Combo pump delivered just before Christmas without the handset, which I’ve been told that I’ve got to pay?

MankalOct 1, Well you get the software on the meter that is used in the pump handset for calculating your required bolus dose for a given weight of carbs at a given time of day based on the basal ratios that you have stored on the meter and also any correction dose that your current BG reading suggests you need.

So those are the benefits, so what are the cons?

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Good to hear Jenny I like it too, and to be honest I think I like it much more than my review suggests I think Shiv mentioned the other day that the Expert was only? And I’ve got my snack size set at 10g I had breakfast this morning expeert 8: I tried testign and giving a bolus then checking 15 minutes later and I was 13 and it wanted me to correct that using my normal correction ratio, which I didn’t do as i knew I had just eaten and had plenty of active insulin. I’m very pleased with it and the rep said it is more like the brain bit of a pump just as Rossineri explained and they then widened it out to MDI.


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LaineyOct 1, Yes, my password is: I said in another post that my BG had been quite level lately, but it was around the mark Since getting the meter, I’ve been in single figures the whole time and only had one hypo due to me overestimating pancakes last night. On DAFNE you are taught you can get aaway with 10g snack without needing insulin and I thought thats what this snack size was for, but it seems to always tell me to take insulin to cover my 10g snack.

If I remember correctly you have the Combo pump and have now got the handset so essentially you already have this meter. I have one but I am nto using it at the moment.

But saying that since using the handset, I haven’t hit the BG levels to implement this combination!