. . .besides “Pumping Insulin” by John Walsh.
I found this one on Amazon, but have no experience with the book. The two reviews on the book say it’s really easy to understand but still explains everything thoroughly.
Understanding Insulin Pumps & Continuous Glucose Monitors (Perfect Paperback)
~ H. Peter Chase (Author), MD (Author)
Think Like a Pancreas; A Practical Guide to Managing Diabetes with Insulin. Excellent book on dibetes in general and how to manage BG with insulin, using a pump or MDIs.
A very practical easy reading book written by a diabetic and professional, not an out of touch medical professional.
I like Pumping Insulin as a reference, and agree it’s not something you can easily read cover to cover. I also agree that Think Like a Pancreas is a great book and one you can get through easily.
There’s UNDERSTANDING INSULIN PUMPS AND CONTINUOUS BLOOD GLUCOSE MONITORS by Dr. H. Peter Chase, MD. You can order it, and Dr. Chase’s excellent book UNDERSTANDING DIABETES from the Children’s Diabetes Foundation in Denver, CO. Their website is: www.ChildrensDiabetesFdn.org
I hope that hyperlink works. It looks weird! Anyway, if it doesn’t just type in www.ChildrensDiabetesFdn.org and you’ll get there. The Children’s Diabetes Foundation is a wonderful place that I have visited. I send them $$ every year, because they really have excellent researchers making strides in the hunt for a cure.