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I’ve been using this for around a month now, including one week with spectacularly good levels 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.

You must log in or sign up to reply here. But I then found out that aaccu doesn’t seem to take into account active insulin from earlier carb boluses when calculating what dose it suggests.

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Mostly the ‘bolus advice’ seems to be a straight carbs: LaineyOct 1, You also get some extra functions for analysing your results maunal the meter itself; a colour screen! My ratio is 2units: I was given one by my DSN towards the end of December and so far after spending some time to get the settings right it’s making a pretty good effort at suggesting boluses.

So sounds like you have a similar problem with it Mike. Mine does tell me how much active insulin I have ‘on board’ though which can be useful.

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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’ve dropped Roche a line and will report back if they shed any light on it.

You might ask your DSN to see if there’s an Expert you can try before you shell out the?

Yes, my password is: 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. Believe me I have no intentions of forking out? Has anyone else had this? Ellie JonesMar 8, Shall have to hunt out my manual for the software as this gave the calculations used It’s encouraging to hear it’s been useful. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.

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. 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.


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As I said in my earlier post, I had did get the expert handset without paying for my pump, so been using it since end mid January 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 axcu some examples. Although the stand alone meter is programmed slightly differently.

Has anyone got the accu-chek aviva expert meter. I have just seen it on their site and I am wondering what it’s like. The obvious one is the Aviva range as it doesn’t have a fixed cartridge of strips.

I have used it for a while and then got fed up with it and went back to my old one. I’m happy with the ratios I’ve entered, sensitivity, etc, but I’m having a problem with snacks. Hi, I have been using the Aviva Expert for about a week now.

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