Pumping Insulin: Everything You Need for Success on a Smart Insulin Pump

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Torrey Pines Press, 2006 - Health & Fitness - 332 pages
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Everything you need to know for success on a smart pump. Comprehensive guide to using smart pump features like bolus on board (BOB), duration of insulin action, carb and correction factors. Clear, logical explanations of what to do and how to do it. Dozens of clever pump tricks and new pump concepts. If you are considering a pump or already on one, you definitely want to read this book!

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Pumper's Bible

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Pros: Everything Cons: nothing This is like the bible for insulin pumps. Teaches you everything and anything you need to know when using an insulin pump. I am on my 2nd copy as the first wore out. Read full review

Contents

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Workspaces
12
Getting Ready Chapter I Benefits Of Pumping I
15
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About the author (2006)

John Walsh, host of "America's Most Wanted" since its 1988 debut -- and New York Times bestselling author of "Tears of Rage" and "No Mercy" -- is a longtime veteran of the battle for victims' rights. He and his wife, Reve, were central in the fight for passage of the federal Missing Children Act and the founding of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, as well as the enactment of hundreds of state and local laws.

Honored in Rose Garden ceremonies by three presidents, John Walsh has been selected as Man of the Year by dozens of law enforcement agencies, including the U.S. Marshals, the National District Attorney's Association, and the FBI -- and, in 1992, became the first civilian to receive the prestigious Special Recognition Award of the U.S. Attorney General. American Portraits named him one of the 160 Americans who have made an outstanding contribution to the history of the United States. His proudest achievement, however: being named the nation's "Father of the Year" in 1985.

John is also the head of his own production company, Straight Shooter Productions; one of its first creations was the Emmy(R) AwardA-nominated prime-time children's special "Smart Kids.

RUTH ROBERTS trained as a newspaper reporter in her early twenties and worked for five years at the News of the World. Her 'Ruth Roberts' column ran in Christianity magazine for 3 years and she continues to contribute to it. She is married with 3 children.

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