The Pump Log Record Book is very useful in keeping track of your day-to-day routine, as so many things influence your body when you have diabetes. The type and amount of food you eat, exercise you do, the times you test your Blood Glucose Level, eat your meals and the amount of insulin you have all affects your body in different ways.
If you record this type of information you will start to understand how all of these things can compound together and affect your body. This knowledge will allow you a better understanding of how you can manage your diabetes in the best possible way.
The Pump Log Record Book also allows you to record all relevant information required to manage your insulin pump as accurately as possible.
What’s inside the diabetes pump log book?
The Diabetes Pump Log Book allows you to record:
- Up to 7 testing times per day.
- Blood Glucose Levels.
- Type of food that has been eaten.
- Total carbohydrate value of food that was eaten.
- Suggested insulin for food.
- Correction dose.
- Active insulin or activity.
- Total meal bolus.
- Changes to bolus and basal rates.
- 2 months of information.