Auto Mode Readiness
Device: MiniMed™ 670G insulin pump (MMT-1780K)
The Auto Mode Readiness screen indicates whether your pump is ready to enter Auto Mode, or return to Auto Basal from Safe Basal.
To check Auto Mode Readiness:
- Press Select and select Status to go to the Status screen.
- Select Auto Mode Readiness.
The following table shows what to do when the wait icon or the question icon appear by items on the Auto Mode Readiness status screen.
|Line||If this appears||Do this|
|1||Perform a fingerstick and calibrate your sensor.|
|Perform a fingerstick and enter a new BG.|
|Wait until the pump prompts you to enter a BG.|
|Wait until the BG has processed.|
|2||Turn on Auto Mode in the SmartGuard Auto Mode screen.|
|3||Do the following:
|Turn on the sensor in the Utilities, Sensor Settings screen.|
|Turn off the Airplane Mode in the Utilities, Airplane Mode screen.|
|4||Wait until the bolus is complete or stop the bolus yourself before Auto Mode can activate.|
|5||If insulin delivery is suspended, Auto Mode cannot activate. Treat low BG if necessary as instructed by your healthcare professional.|
|6||Enter your Carb Ratio in the Bolus Estimate Setup screen or the Bolus Wizard Setup screen.|
|7||If a temp basal is currently active, you must wait until it has completed or cancel the temp basal yourself before Auto Mode can activate.|
|8||If active insulin is currently updating, it may take up to 5 hours to complete. You must wait until this amount is updated before Auto Mode can activate.|
|9||Auto Mode is gathering information on your insulin delivery history in order to personalize its automatic delivery of insulin.|