Here is maybe a bit stupid question - most of us are indeed not happy with the idea of fixed target value of 120 mgdl or 6.7 mmoll. Now, theoretically, would it not be possible to input “adjusted” calibration readings in order to fool the CGM and thereby achieve a lower target?
Here is an idea that i had. Let’s say that we want the target level to be at 90, could this be achieved by telling the pump that our blood sugar is always 30 mgdl higher than what it actually is, making it believe that we are at eg. on 150 when we are on 120, whereby it would then work on getting us down to 120, when it in practice would be moving us down to 90.
This of course depends on the idea that the calibration is the only “landmark” that the CGM and pump are using and that the chemistry in the sensor itself is not having the first lien on the decision.
What do you think, is this feasible?