This sounds great! No more trying to figure this out. Your meter may be able to help you do it. I don't know about you, but not having to do that kind of math is heaven sent.
"The new Roche meter aims to eliminate the general frustration and potential errors that come with manually calculating insulin doses, which we believe will reduce the risks of taking the wrong amount of insulin – for some, dramatically. According to Roche, 79% of people using the meter feel more confident with insulin dosing, and 52% have less fear of hypoglycemia, based on a survey. A multicenter study also found that 63% of manually calculated insulin doses were incorrect."
The full article is here: http://diatribe.org/issues/68/new-now-next/6
A similar meter has been available in Europe for a while now, and our version was made available this spring. I had not heard about it in any of our meter chat. Wondering if any of you have one and how you like it?
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