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Im sure its got its benefits, i’ll go back and start using it again now I am hypoing less. I aaviva meaning to write a follow-up post on our blog. Like you Ellie, I think I’ve been quite lucky that I was already quite sure of my own ratios and sensitivity to insulin so that made it a lot easier to setup and I’ve had to spend less time fine tuning.

SmitJan 4, I’m very pleased with it and the rep said it is aaccu like the brain bit of a pump just as Rossineri explained and they then widened it out to MDI. Hi, I have been using the Aviva Expert for about a week now. 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 ‘0u’ throughout for 2 meals and at ‘0.

I cuek to speak from my experiences and avvia think its fab I too got it free after doing a dafne course last june we was one of the first groups to test it i believethen when i got my pump in september it made everything so much easier because i was given the accu-check expet which uses the avia along side the pump ,ive had no problems and my diabetes has got so much better.

As with the Combo the handset acts as a remote control! 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 exoert just before Christmas without the handset, which I’ve been told that I’ve got to pay? I have one but I am nto using it at the moment. I’ve been using this for around a month now, including one week with spectacularly good levels Please tell me that this is not the same meter as what comes with Spirit Combo?


Mostly the ‘bolus advice’ seems to be a straight carbs: This site uses chke to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.

I do like it and it has been very usefull with aiding better control, I was pretty lucky in that when I set up my perimeters for dhek wizards they were pretty correct so didn’t have the niggles of seeing advice I wasn’t expecting.

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So those are the benefits, so what are the cons? Its the case the more information available the better our judgment call is. Your name or email address: 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 that is ten times the cost of a standard meter and at that price you are unlikely to get one for free from your medical team although I have a recollection of someone on this forum saying they have been given one.

JennywrenJan 16, It seems a lot of money just for some extra software and a colour screen.

I did have to rethink one of my methods for correcting a high bg to work with the handset, my old method chel using a combination of bolus and TBR on the pump, meant that the wizard wouldn’t include the TBR in calculations, so it was a case of acch out a dual wave instead! Welcome to the Diabetes UK Forum. The rep spent 45 minutes showing how to use it and putting the settings in etc.

Has anyone else had this? Yes details here www.

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 you push Roche hard you may well get the remote for free – after all I didn’t pay anything for my Expert and I’m not sure Shiv paid for hers either they had a few for people on trial which I was told about but not contacted in time to take part. I love the Soft Touch and Compass software but would like the Ketone blood test function.


So what do you get that is extra to a normal Accu-Chek meters? And I’ve got my snack size set at 10g I had breakfast this morning at 8: 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. But saying that since using the handset, I haven’t hit the BG levels to implement this combination!

I am on MDI and don’t really fancy a pump at the moment but this feels like it gives me some of the advantages of the pump.

From a pumers prospective, it actually doesn’t take any longer using the handset than it did to take a Eexpert reading and program the bolus. It also seems to sort of ignore recently eaten carbs in its calculations The thing which I can’t seem to get to work as I’d expect is the ‘Active Insulin’ reading.

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Believe me I have no intentions of forking out? It was one reason why the ‘active insulin’ was so handy. In real terms this seems to be manuwl an email to comment on what you think etc a couple of months later – and they get my valuable contact details etc.

I said in another post that my BG mannual 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. No, create an account now. I’m happy with the ratios I’ve entered, sensitivity, etc, but I’m having a problem with snacks.