I recently had an opportunity to try the Medtronic mySentry product for a few months.
Because I wasn’t using one of their pumps, this trial meant I had the opportunity to experience the whole suite of their products. A paradigm pump, their CGM transmitter and sensors, the One Touch UltraLink meter, the [...]Continue Reading →
Evidence of a delicious cob of corn, and a motor error.
To be fair, this pump was snatched out of my hand last night when the infusion tubing snagged on a moving ceiling fan, was whipped around at high speed and thrown violently into the closet. I would bet that nobody in the [...]Continue Reading →
Medtronic Diabetes hosted the second ‘Medtronic Diabetes Advocates Forum’ at their headquarters in Northridge, CA last week. Myself and nearly thirty others involved in diabetes social media spent about a day and a half visiting with some of the brightest minds at Medtronic.
I am always encouraged by the caliber of people that [...]Continue Reading →
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