This last weekend, I decided to take a look again at my data and try to extract information that can help explain with a little more detail what is going regarding sensitivities, food and other conditions.
I always wondered how sensitivities set for basal profiles on insulin pumps sometimes just did not make a difference. I'll let the image speak for itself.
This last December, simPancreas went through many changes putting me closer to my so wanted "set and forget" Artificial Pancreas.
This project is the result of about 2 years of research ( looking for people & tools ) beginning in 2013 plus a year of continuous development in a process that has been characterised by learning about this condition I thought I was an expert at.
Just a couple of weeks ago I was going through a couple of interesting tech blogs I like to read and stumbled upon a new "service" element14, the official Raspberry Pi Manufacurer came up with...
My account of the events that have led to this latest version of the project
Account of changes to the project that led to today's great test results.
If you have not heard of this, there are different studies that suggest that doing a sprint at the end of moderate exercise routines can help minimize post-exercise induced hypoglycemia
simPancreas is my attempt to develop a home-made artificial pancreas that will help me become more autonomous in my T1D management.
Managing type 1 diabetes is easy! It's like riding a bike. Except the bike is on fire and you're on fire and everything is on fire and you're in hell.