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My class opened up. (And yes, I love engineering classes...especially cheat sheets! And getting to store things in my calculator which has an SD card...I have an HP 50G)
Both exams are closed book and closed notes. For each exam, you may use one 8.5"x11" cheat sheet (front and back, typed or hand-written), ten pages of blank scratch paper, a hand-held or computer built-in calculator during the exam. Up to three restroom breaks are allowed. You will write all your answers on the scratch paper, scan your answers as a single multi-page PDF file and upload to Blackboard. The submitted exam must meet the same requirements as the homework submission (see the homework submission requirements above under "Homework Assignments").
@TC2013 Here is how minimed 722 and 522 pumps make basal deliveries...... Any amount over .25/hr would be delivered as a second click on the hour and it'd waterfall with the =MOD remainder following this chart. This is super Important as we talk about changing temp basals more frequently than every 15-30 minutes for folks who have low basals because true insulin-on-board in our calculations may not be what we think it is.
.05 1 dose -- on the hour
.10 2 doses -- on the hour, :30
.15 3 doses -- on the hour, :20, :40
.20 4 doses -- on the hour, :15, :30, :45
.25 5 doses -- on the hour, :12, :24, :36, :48
X23series, the pump history logs include scheduled basal rate changes
X23series, only unscheduled changes (eg temp rates) are logged, you can use that along with the schedule of rates itself to determine what happened