Asante Snap – Use Pump Body Settings?

There’s a really cool feature of the Asante Snap insulin pump that I don’t think people know about. Here’s a quick video about it.

*Disclosure: I have a business relationship with Asante Solutions.

Pretty cool stuff.

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3 thoughts on “Asante Snap – Use Pump Body Settings?

  1. It was great to hear your voice on this video. You and I have corresponded a few times over the years but I haven’t heard you since you were the helpful voice at the Cosmo help line. I have told you before what a great help you were back then. I just thought I would take a moment to say thanks again.

    I have always been good at recognizing people’s voices (such as over he phone) but it surprised me how familiar you sounded when we haven’t spoken in so long. You truly were a help and a comfort when we were very new at pumping.

    Just to give you a quick update…Emily was 11 when diagnosed with T1. Today she is a third year nursing student working toward her BSN. She hasn’t complained of sleepy feet for a long time (Yeah). Last week she upgraded her Animas Ping to their new Vibe pump. The Vibe is compatible with her Dexcom CGM. I wish she wore the CGM more often but that’s her choice not mine.

    It seems like you may have finally found a new pump that you like enough to replace your Cosmo. I will read up more on the Snap. I follow you in Twitter and if you could include everything you find on optic/non-invasive glucometers I would love to read it. I have a hope that one day soon glucometers will be very much like pulse oximetry. Just shine a light thru the skin and voilà instant BG reading.

    Thanks again for everything.

    -tim

    • Hi Tim!

      Great to hear from you! Thanks for the kind words – you’ve always been a real pleasure to talk with as well. 🙂

      I’m so glad to hear that Emily is doing so well! That’s awesome. And she’ll make a big difference to the world in the nursing field.

      I’ll definitely keep you (all) up to date on what I come across regarding better BG tech.

      Thanks again, Tim!

    • Hi Tim!

      Great to hear from you! Thanks for the kind words – you’ve always been a real pleasure to talk with as well. 🙂

      I’m so glad to hear that Emily is doing so well! That’s awesome. And she’ll make a big difference to the world in the nursing field.

      I’ll definitely keep you (all) up to date on what I come across regarding better BG tech.

      Thanks again, Tim!