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Medtronic Pumps - Question About Bolus Wizard

Discussion in 'Insulin Pump Forum' started by TheMiziko, Jun 9, 2018.

  1. TheMiziko

    TheMiziko Type 1 · Active Member

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    Hey guys !

    Since I have Contour Link connected to my pump (Specifically Paradigm 722 )

    I never tried bolus wizard, because no matter if I use it with numbers automatically picked up from my glucometer, or put them manually, later on when I try to upload them to carelink it makes additional entries that mess up all my data

    • Is there any way to disable it ?
    • Do you guys use bolus wizard ? for what purpose, and when it's most useful ?
     
  2. Chowie

    Chowie Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    I have the 640g and I use the bolus wizard all the time.
    I put in the carbs and it does the rest. The only challenge is when eating out.
    I also adjust by putting in the BGL frequently from the meter as I have the enlite, to correct. It has to be set up correctly, but when it is, it's magic.
    It must be unique with your pump. Try calling Medtronic they maybe able to resolve t for you.
     
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