Diabetes discussed on Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

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So you know, in the middle of those fabulous, teenage years and he's using tons and tons of insulin. And it seemed to me that we needed an insulin duration of like two to three hours and when they switched it on tandem it's it's five. I really fought on that thinking. This is going to be a disaster and it was fine. It woke. Really well. So it's one of those interesting things once you get in an automated system and realize in this is my opinion. Once you realize how much work you were doing to try to stay in range. It's kind of nice way to let that system, take over. Once you trust it, and I would assume that. That's what you found in these studies. I mean, you mentioned that people spent more time in range, but let me give you the floor. Take the minute or two to talk about life in the studies that, you know, you've been kind of putting it out with different age groups over the last couple of weeks and months, to take a moment to brag about the studies. Yeah. Where, you know, so grateful to the diabetes Community who really gave this product life through our clinical studies. So I'm just deeply grateful for every patient. In fact, he took part in it cuz without them, you know, be a product, but it wouldn't be only pot five. And so it was really a ton of work that we I feel like has been many years. Thank you. Yeah, we've worked really hard on this algorithm to get it pretty much as good as it could be. And, you know, back in 2019 as we were preparing to do this clinical wage. I really wasn't sure that how our results would stack up, but I have to say that I'm completely blown away by how well algorithm has performed. So in the talk first about our 6 to 270 year old age groups, so the first lot of results that came out. Cannot much Choice. Yeah, we had essentially two groups that we had the children which were fixed to fourteen years of age..

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