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Pierre Vandevenne
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Medical Doctor turned IT Security specialist.
Medical Doctor turned IT Security specialist.

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Interesting Analysis of the Libre Temperature Dependence
A Facebook friend kindly sent me the following link  with an interesting analysis of the Libre temperature dependence by Uwe Petersen. It is definitely a must read if you are interested in the impact of temperature on the glucose values delivered by the Lib...
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Another quick example of the main Libre problem: thermal compensation.
Apologies for not keeping up with the blog, real life has been interfering... That being said, here is another example of the main drawback of the Libre: thermal compensation is really poor. Have a look at the chart below and try to guess what it shows... I...
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Libre: the other bytes (part 2)
Let's now have a look at the behavior of the Libre thermistor derived data in my archetypal case. Here is the April 2015 view of the incident. Quick reminder: in a stable BG situation, the impact of a temperature change (bath), compounded by the Libre predi...
Libre: the other bytes (part 2)
Libre: the other bytes (part 2)
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pre-Type 2 diabetes: does lifestyle adaptation work?
This is a touchy issue as it often devolves into blaming and shaming, blaming and shaming accusations, poor jokes and diabetosphere eruptions.
The hard facts indicate that lifestyle adaptation works spectacularly well, as shown in that April 2017 review.
Whether jokes/memes work remains an open question though...

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5439262/
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Just a "standard" situation...
For some reason, even though we have a fairly strict rotation routine when it comes to Max's Levemir injection, we are now often confronted to frequent situations where the slow acting insulin seems to fail to act ... I do not have a clear explanation for t...
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Just a "standard" situation...
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