I am posting some older articles and blogs. I may eventually write new ones, but not for the time being.
Here is a great article by Riva Greenberg. Riva is a type 1 diabetic, and she writes articles for the Huffington Post. Her article concerns glucose meter accuracy, and other factors that influence our glucose control. The meter accuracy is important but accuracy in carb counting, and the levels of absorption of the insulin are also very important. In my case the insulin absorption is a major factor. After almost 62 years of injections, and 5 years of pumping, my body is riddled with spots of scar tissue. The level of absorption is very variable because of the scar tissue. I have to change programming on my pump every time I change infusion sets. When I change sets every 3 days I never know whether my absorption will be great, mediocre or poor. It was the same with injections. Some of my scar tissue is permanent. Be sure to rotate sites to avoid scar tissue. Here is Riva's article: