Paradigm Revel Wallet Card - 5-Sep-2008

Paradigm Revel Wallet Card - 5-Sep-2008
Wallet Card
MAIN MENU
BOLUS MENU
ACT
Bolus
Suspend
ACT
Set Bolus*
Use Bolus Wizard*
Manual Bolus*
Bolus History
Bolus Setup
SUSPEND
Press ACT to Stop Pump
SENSOR MENU
Sensor
ACT
Calibrate*
Alert Silence*
Link to Sensor*
Edit Settings
Calibration Hist.*
Sensor Alert History*
Review Settings*
Turn Off Sensor*
CAPTURE EVENT
Enter BG
Insulin marker
Meal marker
Exercise marker
Other
History
BG Units
Carb Units
Capture Event*
ACT
Basal
ACT
Set/Edit Temp Basal
Cancel Temp Basal*
Select Patterns*
Basal Review
Basal Setup
Reservoir + Set
ACT
Reservoir Setup
Fill Tubing*
Fill Cannula
History
BASAL MENU
RESERVOIR + SET MENU
UTILITIES MENU
Utilities
ACT
*Menu choice
appears only if
certain settings
are on or off.
Lock Keypad
Alarm
Daily Totals
Time/Date
Alarm Clock
Connect Devices
Block
Selftest
User Settings
Capture Option
Language
Pump modes
normal
The pump is in “normal”
operation if it does
not display an open or
closed circle.
Indicates:
special
attention
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
dual/square wave bolus
basal patterns (a or b)
temporary basal
low reservoir
low battery
block
sensor alerts
alert silence
Indicates:
•
•
•
•
suspended
rewind
filling infusion set
alarms
sensor icon
The sensor is on but the
pump is not receiving
sensor data.
sensor icon
The sensor is on and the
pump is receiving sensor
data.
Troubleshooting
Read alarm text on your pump screen
by pressing the down button. Follow
instructions. ESC/ACT to clear. Consult
the Troubleshooting, alerts and alarms
chapter located in your User Guide.
Sensor Alerts
Follow instructions. ESC/ACT to clear.
Instructions
Alert
A meter BG measurement
is needed immediately
to calibrate your sensor
METER BG NOW
so that you can continue
receiving sensor glucose
measurements.
CAL ERROR
If Cal error occurs after
entering a meter BG, wait
until your BG is stable to
enter a new meter BG for
calibration.
LOW
XX MG/DL
(X.X MMOL/L)
The sensor glucose
measurement is equal to or
lower than your low glucose
limit.
HIGH
XXX MG/DL
(XX.X MMOL/L)
The sensor glucose
measurement is equal to
or higher than your high
glucose limit.
SENSOR END
The sensor has reached
the end of its life. Replace
sensor. The sensor has a
maximum life of 72 hours
(3 days).
SENSOR ERROR
The sensor signals are either
too high or too low. You
do not need to change the
sensor. Clear the alert. If
the alert persists, test your
transmitter with the tester.
WEAK SIGNAL
The pump has not received
data from the transmitter
for a predefined period of
time (as set in Weak Signal).
Move the pump closer to
the transmitter or move the
transmitter and the pump to
the same side of your body.
The pump has not
received a signal from
the transmitter. Do not
disconnect.
LOST SENSOR
• Bring your pump closer to the
sensor and transmitter.
• Make sure that the sensor is
inserted correctly.
• Check to make sure that the
transmitter ID entered into
the pump matches the ID on
your transmitter.
• Check the transmitter and
sensor connection.
• Use Find Lost Sensor function
to find your sensor.
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