AFLAC is a supplemental insurance offered by some employers or individual plans. It is not specific to diabetes, and may exclude coverage of some diabetes costs.
DE - Diabetes Educator (used in Australia)
My husband worked in a city bureaucracy for 25+ years. He and his colleagues loved this one: COIK…Clear Only If Known
Not specifically diabetic, but one can see how it could apply!
Another few suggestions
EF - Extended Fast (greater than 24 hours)
FWIW - For what it’s worth
IF - Intermittent Fast (Fasting): Eating one or two meals per day rather than 3
OMAD - One meal a day
You appear to be on Keto or at least IF. let me know if you want to compare notes or stories.
These are not the same.
Insulin Duration vs Action Time
Last, but not least, TIR - Time In Range meaning amount of time your blood glucose is between 70-180
Can we add SWAG? A diabetics scientific wild a%% guess.
Thanks for showing this list! I may have missed it, but I didn’t see this one: TIR Time In Range
I got an email for the Diatribe newsletter. It was titled “Making Sense of Diabetes.” Caused me to snort, lucky I already swallowed my coffee.
I keep lobbying for diacrap - all the left over stuff form your last type of insulin pump/ diabetes conference / doctor appointment etc. Diacrap the official word for the diabetes crap that is left over.
See growing steam…Diacrap!! Its the new best diabetes word.