I’ve been using the super correct method to get my blood sugars down. I have updated my technique to make it work a little better.
1. I did end up doing the super part as “fill cannula”, which does annoy me that it doesn’t get tracked anywhere. However, I imagine newer pumps will have this feature built in.
2. I do the fill cannula in 2 steps, per Bernard, so that the last number listed is the correct “fill cannula” amount. This prevents any weird things happening when I change my infusion site.
However, the newest trick added to the arsenal is using a temp rate to combat a low without having to eat Starburst. =D
This mostly works because I have a Dexcom and can see these things coming. If I am just above target, but going down too fast or have too much IOB, I will set a 10-15% temp rate for half an hour. This small drop in insulin is enough to get me to my target and stay there, instead of dropping below and having to eat something to bring it up.
Just one more thing to add to my arsenal. Take that, diabetes!