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  • Re: Controlling Diabetes

    The method/technique still works as designed for type 2 diabetes, December 4, 2012, my current A1c test results 6.0 Point of equilibrium = 32 units of Nph insulin, 1 injection per 24 hours, 1800 calories Agree? Disagree? Common ground? Questions?
    Posted to Taking Charge of Type 2 (Forum) by floydf on Thu, Dec 6 2012
  • Re: Controlling Diabetes

    The point that guitarvicky and carol made"answer not specific we have to find our own solutions" is a valid point for discussion. The best way to resolve that question would be to do a test of the system. If carol would be willing to enter her point of equilibrium in the discussion, I will run the numbers thru the system and see what the variance
    Posted to Taking Charge of Type 2 (Forum) by floydf on Fri, Nov 2 2012
  • Re: Controlling Diabetes

    Results of the completed test for Category 1 diabetic, body generated and released insulin. Test included 1200 calories, no injected insulin. The system verify report identified calorie intake required to maintain a stable blood sugar in the A1c =6.0 range ; 8:00, 1 starch, 2 meat 10:00, 1 milk 12:00noon, 1 milk, 1 meat, 1 fruit, 1 veg, 1 fat 2:00pm
    Posted to Taking Charge of Type 2 (Forum) by floydf on Thu, Nov 1 2012
  • Re: Controlling Diabetes

    Results of the completed test for Category 2 diabetic, 1 injections per 24 hours. Test included 1800 calories, NPH (X) units injected at 7:00am. The system verify report identified calorie intake required to maintain a stable blood sugar in the A1c =6.0 range ; 8:00, 1/2 milk, 2 meat, 1/2 fruit, 1 fat 10:00, 2 starch(lo cal bread if carbohydrate sensitive
    Posted to Taking Charge of Type 2 (Forum) by floydf on Thu, Nov 1 2012
  • Re: Controlling Diabetes

    This completes the technical part of the solution, do not be discouraged if it appeared difficult, as they say,"if it was easy everyone would be doing it". The great thing about the system is the individual diabetic does not need to understand all the logic that went into the design of the system. The output reports identify the calorie intake
    Posted to Taking Charge of Type 2 (Forum) by floydf on Wed, Oct 31 2012
  • Re: Controlling Diabetes

    Completed the test for Category 3 diabetics, multiple injections per 24 hours. Test included 1800 calories, Lantus 15 units injected at 7:00am, Humalog 12 units injected at 8:00am, Humalog 12 units injected at 12:00noon, Humalog 12 units injected at 6:00pm. The system identified calorie intake required to maintain a stable blood sugar in the A1c =6
    Posted to Taking Charge of Type 2 (Forum) by floydf on Wed, Oct 31 2012
  • Re: Controlling Diabetes

    Completed the design for the information needed for category 3 multiple insulin injections per 24 hours. It assumes that all units of insulin are equal, meaning: 15 units of NPH insulin is equal to 15 units of R, or Lantus, etc etc, the difference is in the time release of the insulin , not the relative strength. With that caveat, it is possible to
    Posted to Taking Charge of Type 2 (Forum) by floydf on Tue, Oct 30 2012
  • Re: Controlling Diabetes

    Example 3 Lantus discussion. We discussed Lantus, and it's unique feature of having a large amount of residual insulin being released after 9:00pm, overnight. We were able to define logic for category 1 diabetics, body creates and releases insulin, by treating the release of insulin by the body as a consistent value over the period of time we intake
    Posted to Taking Charge of Type 2 (Forum) by floydf on Mon, Oct 29 2012
  • Re: Controlling Diabetes

    Now we start the discussion for category 3 , multiple insulin injection in a 24 hour period. We need to start the discussion with the problems inherent in any process to control diabetes for category 3. The problems are not caused by the design of the system, but are caused by the nature of the insulin being injected. Lets go thru examples and then
    Posted to Taking Charge of Type 2 (Forum) by floydf on Sun, Oct 28 2012
  • Re: Controlling Diabetes

    Finished the reports for the next example, Category 2, FLOYDF, 32 units of NPH-N insulin once per day, 1800 calories. Added 2 additional graphs for viewing, the graphs are for calories released for 3 meals and a snack, and NPH-N insulin release chart. The graph for case 4 controlled diabetic shows that a diabetic following the set calorie intake for
    Posted to Taking Charge of Type 2 (Forum) by floydf on Sat, Oct 27 2012
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