Phone and watch displaying the Diatech Smart Fusion occlusion detection system

[podcast src=”https://html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/25990158/height/360/theme/standard/thumbnail/no/direction/forward/” width=”100%” scrolling=”no” class=”podcast-class” frameborder=”0″ placement=”bottom” primary_content_url=”http://traffic.libsyn.com/diabetesconnections/Ep_549_Final_Diatech_Wilcox.mp3″ libsyn_item_id=”25990158″ height=”360″ theme=”standard” custom_color=”75942D” player_use_thumbnail=”” use_download_link=”” download_link_text=”” /]Infusion sets have always seems like the weak link of pumping for us. What good is the best algorithm and state of the art pump and CGM if the way it all attaches to the body is no good? New information shows infusion failures happen more than you may think. John Wilcox’s company, DiaTech Diabetes, has an infusion set failure detection system. He’s going to explains what that is, how it works and what you can do with the sets you have right now to make them more effective

More here: https://diatechdiabetes.com/

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