How to Read t:connect Application Reports

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How to Read t:connect Application Reports

good evening everyone this is Emmerich at tandem diabetes care I hope you’re all having a great evening tonight we’re very excited to spend the next 45 minutes with you to share some tips about the T Connect danby’s management application and the seminar will focus on interpreting reports and with us tonight one of our clinical training managers will share our knowledge and our experience working with D connect in the field so again we’re going to go over some ground rules before we begin just so you know first of all welcome all of you I know there’s people from all over the United States so it’s great testament to the success of T connect already a lot of people have downloaded their information on T connect and we’re very excited about that and just so you know all the audio lines are on mute so this way there’s no background noises dogs barking in cars honking and so on and the best way for you to submit a question is to do so to the meeting chat box which is in the lower corner of your screen there and here it’s just showing you what that meeting chat box looks like you just type the information on the bottom line and it can only be sent to me the host so my name is Emery click on your file a and don’t worry about no one else is going to see your questions our speaker tonight is Deb Kate brown Deb is a nurse and a certified diabetes educator she is one of the clinical training manager for tandem diabetes care and she’s based in Boston so you will see us switching back and forth between screens between computers my computer here in San Diego and depths computer over in Boston so without further ado Deb I’ll turn the floor to you thank you excited to be here tonight since the recent FDA approval of T connect and the launch of T Connect and again it’s very exciting to see all these folks and pouring into this webcast this evening so I appreciate all of you being with us and as Eric said tonight we’re going to be going over the T Connect diabetes management system to be able to look at our reports and share with you that I understand that most of you folks on the phone or perhaps all of you have already created a T Connect account and uploaded your T slim pump so the seizing we’re not going to be covering that meaning not gonna be covering setting up an account or uploading your your T Slim we’re instead going to be concentrating on the reports themselves and as a disclaimer of course as as we talked about looking at these reports and a perhaps identifying trends and patterns that of course you’d be speaking to your healthcare provider prior to making any alterations in your therapy however we here at Anam diabetes do do understand that insulin pump therapy is you know it requires a high degree of self-management and the desire of T Connect is to be able to empower people with diabetes wearing T Slim to be able to quickly and easily look at these reports and perhaps uncover meaningful insights and trends and allowing them to fine tune its diabetes therapy and lifestyle choices for better control of your diabetes so we hope that you find this evening helpful we hope that you agree that the system is fast and easy and fantastic visual way to fine tune your diabetes management and in terms of talking about T connect the ability to easily track insulin therapy and spot these trends we’re going to look at each one of these reports this evening and also the ability to easily generate these reports and share them with your healthcare provider either by emailing them or providing your health care provider with your username and password to t connect a little bit about the system itself you’re probably familiar that it’s both Mac and PC compatible in addition to being assured that your information is secure and that it’s located on a what we call a simple secure server through a secure internet connection so to maintain your confidentiality at all times so we do suggest that you share your username and your password with your healthcare provider in the event that you’d like them to be able to see

not only the information but the ability to see it in a live format to be able to look at information by mousing over their reports but you could of course email PDF of your report so we’re going to go over that this evening and perhaps you’ve already experienced this that when you do use the standard USB to micro-usb cable that was provided with your T Slim and you connect to your T connect an account through your computer that the ability to upload that information is very quick when you’re doing an initial upload of T connect that data if you’re uploading let’s say three months worth of data depending upon how many bowls of the day you’re taking etc that upload may take some time but but in fact it’s still relatively quick from there if you decided to upload let’s say one week later that upload time is practically instantaneous and again because he connected T Slim with its rechargeable battery if you’re sitting at home and you’re at in front of your computer and you might consider plugging in your T Slim to charge the point here is that you do not need to interrupt your therapy in order to do an upload it has T connect has the ability to multitask to be able to charge the pump and upload the pump while still continuing to deliver any backgrounds influence in terms of blood glucose meters we’re going to go through that process as well this evening you would use your cable provided by the manufacturer and in terms of those supported blood glucose meter tandem diabetes care did a significant amount of market research to determine the seven most popular meters on the market and those made by life scan and Abbott and Roche at this point in time these are the ones that are supported by T Connect however perhaps you’re familiar with the fact that you don’t it’s not required that you use one of these meters you could still easily take your blood glucose value on another liter and simply add it into the add BG screen I’m your chief but in terms of and if you get enter in every blood glucose that you might have taken with another unsupported meter if you were to enter that number into your T Slim’s and that would of course be available within your t connect report and we’ll talk a little bit about that in terms of entering it and as we go through t connect this evening we’re going to actually go through this process of creating custom reports and show you the ability to be able to add notes and also Illyria T to be able to save and share those reports and that’s something where we go through the note process I hope you take advantage of personally in in terms of entering in information it can really be helpful and may in fact replace some of your paper logs if you in fact keeps us and as we go in you’re going to see a certain themes repeated and tconnect that we hope that you find you know in a visual way to help you identify these things easily and spot trends for instance when we go into the dashboard which I’ll show you in just a moment you’ll see some color coding and it’ll have to make more sense and that throughout the use of T Connect even when we’re not talking about blood glucose values even when we’re talking about bolus delivery or other settings that the various colors will help you differentiate the various information actually for I’ll give you one example when we go in to t connect in just a moment by logging into that account so what I’d like to do at this point is switch and we’re going to sign into a demo account and this is what you’ll see each time you enter into T connect your email address that you initially use to set up your accounts as well as your password and I would suggest that you you couldn’t fact check that box to remember my email address to make it quicker so that we’re not seeing you sharing the t connect screen thank you for letting me know you’re quick on your

internet browser at the bottom there thank you good so when you first come in to t connect it’s always going to bring you into your dashboards and there’s a ton of information available to you on this screen and up right at the moment it’s defaulting to a three days look at three days I’m actually going to switch this to two weeks just for the purposes of this conversation does take just a moment populate and if I could point your attention to the right over the notifications this will be you know various amounts of information that you may want to pay attention to for instance when you’ve added this meter or when you last uploaded when you change certain settings etc so as we look at the dashboard this is going to provide sort of a general overview of your your highest and your lowest and your average BG readings keeping in mind that those averages are based upon your individual blood glucose goals that perhaps you set with your healthcare provider and we’ll show that a little bit later in settings how you can personalize each one of these meaning it’s not just taking an average patient and saying your goal should be X you have the ability to customize that so as we scroll down and we look there’s three different summaries that are shown on the dashboard the BG summary or the blood glucose summary of the insulin delivery summary as well as the load activity so to talk a little bit about the BG summary it shows the average number of tests taken per day and the frequency and number of blood glucose readings that occurred within those different ranges that you set up as your customized settings and this breakdown makes it easy to see how often your blood glucose is outside of your target range and these summaries are again are color coded depending upon where they fall in the low average and high range now as we scroll down is a average daily insulin summary this shows our breakdown is the average number of units that were delivered for basal and the different types of bolus whether food or correction for example one thing that might pop off the page personally for me as someone who has diabetes and uses t slim and if I see a very high percentage of Correction boluses well perhaps that’s a reminder to me I didn’t need to give this some thought you know have I in fact and not been doing you know have I been thinking about my food boluses have I been counting my carbohydrates correctly you know if you’re taking a large number of Corrections it perhaps means you aren’t hitting the food bolus as accurately as you might hope and that was one thing that showed up for me personally on to connect and as we scroll down a little further to the load activity summary again this is based upon in your settings you would tell that he connects how often your healthcare provider would like you to change your cartridge your tubing in your infusion set and you can set each one of those variables up separately so in this particular case it’s showing is calling out something in red to say that this particular user has changed their car is changing their cartridge on average both every four and a half days but it’s just big call-outs and again keep in mind as you scroll up to the top and you change your date range for three days to leave to one month or in fact a custom you have the ability to custom set dates these numbers would of course change so the dashboard is sort of a mile high view and then we can drill down into the various reports so as we look at the therapy timeline report which is going to come up in just a moment a lot of great information here and this helps you see the impact of your insulin delivery on the blood glucose values and it’s you know relatively simple to look at and it stacks things up in sort of an interesting way for instance here we’re looking at just one day and then we’re going to change it in just a moment but you can see the blood glucose values and as you hover over that you can see the actual reading the date and the time and the value now the straight up bars these are bonuses and they’re color coded as well for instance let’s move over to this one has two different colors on this and what this is showing is that this is both a correction as well as a food bolus

taken at the same time so again those two little quick bars are going to help give you a quick visual indicator the other thing that I’d like to point out is up here in the right hand corner by selecting on show insulin on board we’re familiar that insulin pumps T Slim can track the amount of insulin still you know it’s been program and still on board working in your body to lower your blood glucose and this graph is based upon and you set the empty individual insulin on board on your pump how long does it last for you three hours in three hours and 15 minutes for hours etc and what this graph is showing you is how long that I OB your insulin on board is lasting and to show you a pattern I’m gonna switch from one day out to let’s say three days give it just a minute to repopulate and by doing so and by seeing the insulin on board how it may in fact overlap you may have the ability to see when in fact you’re stacking and if you’re stacking your meal bonus on top of a meal bonus well that might be okay but if you’re doing too much stacking of course the IOB is going to prevent you on your teeth t Slim from programming too much insulin but you can see how these pieces of information Coralie you may in fact be able to see with a lot of looking at a lot of data is that insulin on board feature set correctly for you and that’s something that perhaps you can talk to your healthcare provider about and as I scroll down we’re going to look at a few more areas we’re going to look at the basal rate we’re familiar basal insulin so be in the background insulin always being delivered by the pump and because it’s stacked up date and time it creates a nice connection now we’re not seeing that in this particular case that we we do not see any temporary basal rates however if one had been programmed during this time you would see that in dark orange if you ever see an area where there’s a gap that would display it a suspension of the pump that you were disconnected and you chose to suspend and I’m going to expand the logbook feature down here at the bottom by clicking on the plus and again this information is stacking up one on top of each other again it’s color coded a few of the unique things that we’re looking at here obviously it’s just like a traditional paper log book you’re looking at your blood glucose your carbs your bolus and the basal rate and when you see various pieces of information stacked up upon one another for instance under bolus that could mean that those two different bonuses right here for example took place within that hour between 6:00 to 7:00 p.m one of the other things about this is that if you see multiple blood sugars they’re going to be stacked up there as well and we’ll talk a little bit more about that another another report what happens with pconnect when you have entered in a blood sugar number two your tea slim but you’ve also uploaded a meter at the same time how does tconnect handle that does it you know to give provide you that answer it does not double count that’s data what it would do is if tea connect sees that two blood sugars that are exactly the same have been entered within a 10-minute period of time it will automatically kick out the value that was entered into the tea slim meaning is always going to default to the actual meter reading and it does not double count that information statistically I also want to show you in terms of adding note through I was mentioning a little bit earlier the value of adding notes and here’s one that I that I entered at an earlier conference webinar rather and the ability on any one of these numbers and this is if you know why a blood-sugar is what it is certainly add a note to remind yourself later and for instance this one I’m a little bit above my target I trying to extend this out to one week to see if we can get sort of some more interesting things to add to this there we go so the ability to be able to add a note let’s add to this one right here that was in the middle of the night I’m going to add I know why I’m that high in the middle of the night and that was in fact that perhaps I had Chinese food for dinner and perhaps I didn’t have the best

carbohydrate counting or the best bolus strategy to be able to cover that so again telling yourself or your healthcare provider you know I know why this number is what it is it’s very elevated and you know what I forgot to take a bolus or I was greatly delayed in taking a bolus or perhaps it was a true carbohydrate guest so entering that information and as you add notes if you were to expand the note section and needs this to be included in your printouts as well all of these notes will appear both on the screen as well as in the notes form all right so let’s take a look at the blood glucose trend a lot of great information here I think one week might be a good period of time to look at now this screen can look a little busy but I want to draw your attention to a couple of things I’m actually selecting two weeks give it a moment to populate there we go so we click quite a bit of information there on the screen and what I want to show you is that each of these lines is connecting one single day so for instance this blood sugar is then followed by this blood sugar okay and as you put your mouse along the line it’s going to highlight that entire line to call it out what would be the value here why would I want to look at this information this might give you sort of a high-level view are you spiking are you having any rollercoaster of blood Sugar’s other than that sort of hard you can sort of see any variability as the line type or is there lots of bouncing other than that what you may want to do is to select hide lines up here at the top if you click on hide lines it removes the lines and now perhaps could we get a different sort of sort of pattern and we’re familiar with the colors of the orange and the green in the red and the darker shades for example down here you see those colors the deeper red it just means that there’s a greater number of blood glucose values that has fallen in that to lower category and they tend to be falling you know in this area here and you can look at this information as we’re doing now in an hourly format or you can also look at on a daily format and we’ll give it a moment and when we switch to daily you can now see along the bottom here that it’s switched to Mondays to this etc and the pattern that you may be able to see is that what jumps off the page here is that it seems like there’s an awful lot of low blood sugars occurring on Sundays so that would give you that bird’s eye view to be able to look at this information saying things are going pretty well throughout the week although on Sundays there’s sort of a larger number of low blood glucose values and let’s scroll down and again kind of put in the notes in the logbook etc and it’s going to stack up those days one okay and believe I’ve mentioned this before but the ability to customize the state period for example let’s say that you met with your health care provider perhaps they made some changes in some of your settings Bayville rate is from the carb ratio might be a good idea to make note of the date that those settings were changed and I’m going to show you in a bit how we can actually go into settings and save a copy of your settings so that if you do that on a regular basis you’ll always have a record of when your settings were changed and from there if we were to look at this information and say you know I know that I met with my physician and he changed some things back on March 18th and I just want to look at that information going forward from March 18th to March 25th that would give you a better idea to see if things in fact have changed for the better give that a moment while it populates that was the love English trends hourly and daily can give you a great amount of information by the way on any one of these on a custom report if you have a custom date range at any point in time if you’ve captured it the information you want to save at any point you have the option to save this particular report which would save that customized beginning date and end date or you have the option to save

all reports at the moment I’m going to choose save this single report take just a minute and you could custom name the report so you’re you to be able to review and/or send to your physician but you know and we’ll go over that so here what I’d like to do is go into the activity summary so the activity summary it shows you the breakdown of your blood glucose values on your insulin delivery and your bolus usage summary and it really gives you again a bird’s eye view again you have the ability to customize that date period or let’s actually take a look at a two-week period of time so by looking at the blood glucose summary this is showing you the breakdown of the number of VG readings that are taking place during that period of specified date range and it provides a sort of a quick view of the frequency and the percentage of each readings falling to this this is a this person during pre well this regards 70% of the readings are within their target and you can also see the average of those readings as well as the standard deviation and if you’re familiar off standard deviation could show you the degree of bounce but I showed you the very abilities and your blood glucose from your average blood glucose so a low standard deviation would mean that these VG values tend to be very close to your average while a high standard deviation indicates the numbers that are fluctuating more widely moving to the right in terms of the influenza livery summary again this is going to show you the breakdown of basal versus Bolex Corrections cetera and yes is important is if you were looking at this so we talked about this a little bit earlier with my example if you see that a very large percentage of your day is spent correcting you know large percentage of Correction boses that might be something you may want to look at you know your might you put perhaps heard of the 50% basal 50% foulest that’s not for everyone but that’s sort of a standard that everyone has heard of before so if you see that 50% in this patients example is coming from their basal delivery you know but let’s pretend this for a moment this number was much higher on the corrections that might be something as well as showing you your average tape total daily dose over the specified state period in addition to the average number of carbs consumed within a day keeping in mind the carbs you in fact entered in boldest four and then at the bottom here the bolus usage summary showing you the breakdown between food only bonuses correction etc and the percent of time that you are using the quick bolus feature as well as the times that you decide to override the dose and this is something that’s very interesting to health care providers and that is you know if they see a large number a large percentage of the time that folks are overriding suggested dose and I want them to look a little deeper to basically to see well let’s see if they’re overriding lunch every day but every day after lunch their blood Sugar’s pretty good then we may want to consider changing that influenza carbohydrate ratio again with your healthcare providers support but that’s something that is a quick call out for both healthcare providers as well as yourself on down here the average number of bolus is in a day in addition to the number of stopped bolus then there’s a couple of questions on the floor so the first one is can we enter any data into T Connect that’s not on the pump and I think right now you showed how to enter notes are there any other things that can be entered into T Connect anything else that can be answers to key connect other than notes that’s not you have to help me out here Hamlet no I’m pretty sure it’s only notes right now at this time you can add notes that so you don’t have on the palm and lock them into the note section but that’s the only information I’m not sure the question was more into like can we upload data from other devices that are not supported and at this time unfortunately we cannot and the second question which I’ll answer is whether or

not we have a mobile app in the works so at this time we do not be however we’re in the process of already making improvements to tconnect where we’ll be moving away from some of the flash screens that you’re seeing and then as we move to HTML then you’ll be able to read and interact with those charts directly on some of the more popular tablets out there let’s take a look at our settings and a couple different views here the car on this particular patient we obviously have the one t slim insulin pump and the serial number and the date it was activated in the system and as well as the Vario IQ so if we wanted to look at the individual settings on the tsp pump you choose the view here view settings and again you’d be able to capture and save this report on this particular date of these particular settings and it’s always going to show the most current profile that’s actively running in your pump and but it’s also going to have other backup profiles personal profiles for instance weekend week day ski day it would have that captured and it says right here inactive at the time of upload as we continue to scroll down it has the various settings on the pump in addition to the basal rate since the carb ratio correction factor and target it has the fact that the carbohydrate features turned on in this pump making it a smart pump and prompting you to enter in your grams of carbohydrates the max bolus etc and here’s the rest of the settings that are programmed on this particular TCM I’m sure you’re all familiar with them and it would be a good idea whenever you again see your health care provider making changes to save a PDF with screenshot of these the screenshot the actual report of your setting to be able to compare them as well as if something were to ever happen you’ll always have a record of your settings within your pump and someone asked at an earlier point if there was the ability to have a report of any of these alerts and alarms and the answer to that question is no not at this time here are the settings where you can see where the various alerts and alarms are perhaps customized but at this point there’s no report of those various alerts and where alarms received by the user if we go back to my devices just want to show you quickly how easy it would be to enter in another blood glucose meter you’d have the option up here and as long as the date and time stamp on the meter match that of the T Slim then your data will be seamlessly merged and we talked a little bit about that earlier in terms of this it does see a blood glucose reading of lips that matches exactly within a 10-minute period of time it’s always going to default to the meter reading so here are the seven supporter blood glucose meters and a neat thing about T Connect is that you do not already have to have the software for each of these individual blood glucose meters already loaded on your computer if you do not have the software T connect sees that and automatically provides the correct drivers for the computer if that makes sense and it literally walks you through the step by step out of one touch ultra two liter it could use the cable that came with that meter call the company if you don’t have it and they’ll send you one and simply plug in your blood glucose meter and follow the screen step by step all up here another question may be the deactivate why would we choose to deactivate obviously if you no longer using a meter or for some reason you were had a customer service issue and you needed to get a new T slim pump you would deactivate the old one and go through the process again of entering in that serial number going back to their reports for a moment we talked we showed you a little bit earlier about saving a single single report with a customized date range and this point what I’d like to do is actually go in this example and show you how to save all the reports and

by doing so you even though you’re saying save all reports you can still just select one or two so you in this screen you do not have the ability to set a customized beginning range but you do have the ability to set the ending date so let’s just change that for a moment March 25th and then from there you could go through report by report but let’s say you forgot or which one did I want to show my was it therapy timeline or was it blood glucose trend which a really nice feature is that you can scroll down to each one and or select all and it’s going to show you a preview and a sample of the type of report that you are hoping to capture and when you choose that select all it’s going to automatically default to a reasonable time periods for instance on the therapy timeline it’s going to default to one day but on the logbook it’s going to default to three weeks you could customize this anyway just think to capture the PDF and print the one you might want the next time you come back in to tconnect it would not remember that information you’d have to select the time period that was appropriate for you and from there we’re going to now that we have all these things selected maybe I’ll change one of them to one month and then from there we’ll save it as a PDF and it’s pretty straight forward from there so there’s a question from gzipping about how many formats can we save reports and so you were just talking about the PDF are there any other formats available no there’s not you could you need to save all reports as a PDF in order to also print them but there’s no other format you could however export into an Excel format what’s the correct wording Eric yeah you can export the data as a CSV file which then can be uploaded into your spreadsheet such as Excel and so you could download information from let’s say Dexcom g4 and your pump and your BG meter into an excel file and then creates your own reports from there so the button here gives you the quick save as a PDF otherwise there is the option to export the data looking back at my notes to make sure I simply covered everything any questions out there on the line the one about oh can you end or talk about duplicate values between pump and BG meter for single values more sure it seems to be a lot of interest in this so if you’re taking your blood sugar on your meter and then you enter that what Lucas number into your tea slim when you upload both to tea connect both your teach limb and your meter both of those values would be uploaded of course and how tconnect handles this situation is if it sees two values that are exactly matching within a 10-minute period of time what it will do is it basically will kick out the number that you manually entered into tea swim and it will default to the actual meter value and it will statistically not double count that reading if I can go back this point to our slide you so you’re back on the slide step I am can you see it as well Lambert yes okay great great any other final questions out there we hope that this has provided you a little bit of insight into this report to and to encourage you to make use of it again through the ease of use and the speed at which T connect can upload your data we’re hoping that this becomes sort of a regular part of your therapy you should be able to look at this information and share with your healthcare provider and hopefully perhaps upload prior to your appointment you have a chance to look at it before you use it your physician well if there’s no further questions just to let you know if you have any questions at any time either about t Slim or T connect the customer technical support number is the same the one eight seven seven eight zero one six nine zero one and they can help you with any part of

this process in terms of reports or printing or linking meters etc and to let you know that a recording of this webinar will be posted online in the future yes so again thank you everyone for joining us as Deb mentioned our technical support team is here 24/7 we also have within T connect if you click on the Help section you have some you have three instructional videos and you have an hyperlinked Help section to guide you through some of the questions you may have and then there’s a few final questions that are coming up so let’s me see if I can grab a few for you to answer let’s see instead of sharing my login information with my doctor can the doctor get a log into my account so this is a question from Joseph a at this time the easiest way to share your T connects information is easy either via print so you can print your reports and email or you can save em as PDFs and email them to your healthcare provider or you can shared that online account and add them going directly and then they can look at the information that care to look for we are working on the solution for health care providers in the future where they will be able to see their patients and but it’s not yet available then there was another question as to whether or not we can save the dashboard and so this one number so the dashboard the first corrector the dashboard can be let me see if I can share my screen again one moment folks the dashboard itself can be created as a report and this would be more handy right the ability to be able to save on the final on the therapy timeline each report is separated out differently but for instance in this case if you wanted to grab all of that information I would guide you to go into the report and then go into the activity summary report to be able to show you the average of your blood glucose readings etc so give me one minute there’s a time delay here there we go while you’re doing that there was another question is there any way to upload some people are uncomfortable having this kind of information up on the internet and we completely understand that so again our servers are HIPPA secured we actually upgraded those servers last night we could drupal the capacity because of the demand for to connect which is great news one thing you can do is first of all when you create an account you can create that account under a false name so you can just be jindo and then either use a regular email account that you use or create an another email account just as but for that purpose through Gmail or any other provider out there and just so you know none of that information that identifies you is circulates we use the serial number of the pump as the key to protect it all that information and so unless you share your serial number of the pump with anyone that there will not be compromised there’s a question about if a lawyer is able to subpoena your medical information and this is a question beyond my legal expertise so that would be between you and an attorney at this time sorry oh there’s a question about unread messages so when you log in and maybe we’ll let you finish what you’re doing right now them and we’ll go back to the unread messages in the dashboard there yeah sorry I went back actually we’re there so let’s cover that right so you have the ability to using the newer or older look at older messages they would be bolded to let you know that there are older messages that perhaps you haven’t read or acknowledged and then up the top here there’s a view unread unread or dismissed in terms of my notifications and if I could add one thing in terms of your the question in regards to

the professional version just to let you know you know when if in fact you provided your username and your password to your healthcare provider and when you upload at home so they they will not receive any sort of notification that you in fact uploaded so if you want them to see something you need to let them know by email or fax or however you normally communicate with your healthcare provider you need to let them know that you upload that information and you’d like them to take a look or of course emailing their reports emic did I answer the question about the notification I believe some yet were you going somewhere to before and we get interrupted because there’s another question about showing out to demo the export to a CSV file I think we were showing in terms of selecting a to be able to print the dashboard or save the dashboard as a report there isn’t a link on here to save as a PDF but each one of these various this is you know each one of these sections the three different sections of the dashboard are obviously built in more complex into the other reports am I correct in that Eric yes so right now you can from your file browser select the print option and print that one page again I think this is we’re in the process of moving away from flash which will then give us the opportunity to save that’s one page and print it along with the other reports in the future so right now the best solution is to go up to the dual wheel barrel up there in the far right corner or the one you’re at and then doing prints and printing that one page you have a copy of that dashboard they’re good and then the last thing Deb so if we could go or ctrl P is also a way to print the dashboard separately from the other reports as it’s been indicated to me so let’s go back into the reports and do a quick as export as a CSV file so really this is very similar to what we’ve done before for the PDF files just that now you’re it’s going to be saving it in a different format and then you can open that CSV file into any spreadsheet and it will recognize the the format’s as a CSV file and then put each data value in a separate column so rather than save report or save all reports choosing the export data features yeah and the save as type when it default I take it yeah I would leave it this way defaults automatically to the CSV file so now you may want to put in like what date range it is or something like that and then you just click on save and it will save that data and then actually something that you did that I think is a great practice is creating a tconnect folder so that you can store all those reports automatically pconnect will remember which folder is saved in last so the patient you can have all that information go to that folder every time you save it or if your healthcare provider then you can have all your patient information in pets as well so there Deb is showing out that tconnect folder includes all the reports that she has saved previously whether there are csv files or whether there are PDF files working with csv files in excel yet as amarak mentioned the ability to be able to export other data from other devices such as TM yes so the last question was integration with Dex come that came a little bit earlier so this is at this time unfortunately you cannot upload CGM data into tconnect however as most of you are aware we are have a close relationship with Dex come where a partnership to develop at each limb that talks with the Dex kanji for platinum sensor and as part of this project they will be an upgrade to the T connect system – also known lis display BG values but to also display information from the Dex come g-force so it’s something that our team is already working on and so I think we’re coming towards the top of the hour again the questions I’ve stopped trickling in so

again thank you very much everyone Thank You Deb for sharing your knowledge if you have further questions again our tech support team is there 24/7 and we will post a we will post a copy of this webinar in either tomorrow or Wednesday and so you can refer to it and then we will gladly answer any questions again if you have some in the future so again thank you very much everyone have a great evening and we will see you soon good night you