Ben Tzeel has lived with type 1 diabetes since 1999. He has a master’s degree in nutrition and is a registered dietitian. Read more about how he uses the Extended Bolus feature on his t:slim X2 Insulin Pump to bolus for high-fat meals.
When Kerri Sparling received the email that her Basal-IQ feature training was available, she was in the car with her husband and their two kids, headed up to Acadia National Park in Maine for a week.
We’re here to answer some questions about the recent FDA approval of the t:slim X2 Insulin Pump with Basal-IQ™ Technology. Please note these answers are intended for our customers in the United States.
Chloe was an ice skater before she began living with diabetes. And even though all she could do was cry after she was diagnosed, now she says that not much has changed in her life since then.
The FDA-Approved t:slim X2 Insulin Pump with Basal-IQ Technology and Dexcom G6® CGM System integration has arrived.
Using the T1D Camp Finder Tool, powered by Beyond Type 1 and the Diabetes Education & Camping Association, you’ll be able to find diabetes camps that are happening all across the globe.
Did you know touching the Tandem logo on the front of your pump returns you to the Home Screen?
Diabetic Danica has only ever used an Animas pump and she faces a change when her Animas warranty expires. Here she shares her thoughts about each of her options for a new insulin pump.
Every day, Tandem pump users are doing their part to reduce, reuse, and recycle. As the only rechargeable insulin pumps on the market, Tandem insulin pumps have kept an estimated 2,327,595 disposable batteries out of landfills since becoming available in 2012.1 We’re proud to do our small part to help reduce the number of disposable batteries going into our landfills.
We're growing our software team! Tandem engineers take an innovative, user-centric approach to the design and development of products for people with diabetes, and we are looking for people who are passionate about making the lives of people with diabetes better and better, through relentless innovation and revolutionary customer experience. Before you look further into careers at Tandem, we thought you'd like to hear from some members of our team.
The AutoSoft™ XC infusion set is the t:lock™ equivalent to the Inset™ infusion set formerly distributed by Animas.
We are pleased to announce an enhancement to our Therapy Timeline report in t:connect. The Therapy Timeline will now include Dexcom® CGM readings when a CGM enabled Tandem pump is uploaded to t:connect.
Looking for some freedom from interruptions? If you’re dealing with some ill-timed alerts, you have options. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to reduce the inconvenience while making the most of your Tandem pump’s features.
Full manufacturing operations have begun at our new facility in San Diego! The 50,000-square-foot Barnes Canyon facility doubles our previous manufacturing capacity for both insulin pumps and cartridges in support of the our growing operations.
Alcohol affects everyone differently, so you should always monitor your blood glucose when drinking to learn how alcohol affects you. There are a few things to consider beyond just the carbohydrate content of your favorite drink.
Users who regularly log in, review data, and self-adjust spend more time in range, and sharing your reports before your appointments can help you make the most of your time with your physician. But, don't take it from us, learn from a fellow user! Even with all that Kerri Sparling has going on, she finds time to upload her data.
Read more to learn how the balance of protein, fat, and carbohydrates in a meal has an effect on post-meal blood glucose, and how the Glycemic Index System ranks carb-containing foods according to their effect on blood glucose, maintaining that equal amounts of different carbohydrates can have different effects.
Labels are designed to make it easy for consumers to make better informed food choices. They are the most reliable and easy-to-use resource for estimating carbohydrates in foods. Read more to learn how to use the data provided to count the carbohydrate you’re eating.
This past August, a group set out to complete the North Coast Trail – a trek around the northern tip of Vancouver Island. A place only accessible by boat, home to the densest population of black bears and cougars on the continent, and known for its knee deep mud, vertical climbs, and ankle tweaking cobblestone beaches. Each of the trekkers lives with type 1 diabetes.
As a special challenge for this milestone year along his journey with diabetes, Logan chose to run at the annual Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend in support non-profits that have supported him in his journey with diabetes. Logan ran the 10K for Children with Diabetes and the 5K to fundraise for JDRF. He raised over $24,000 and was the youngest runner on both teams.