Diabetes Technology at Camp
1) parental consent of non-FDA approved protocol must be signed (with accompanying assent provided by children 10 years and older).
2) Campers must demonstrate that they have been on their device for at least 4 weeks and be able to provide a 2 week download of their device data (Clarity tracing, Nightscout report, etc) demonstrating that they achieved at least 50% time-in-range (% of the day spent between 70-180mg/dL) on their most recent 2 week download.
3) Campers must provide a compatible smartphone to run their closed loop algorithm.
4) Campers must be willing to remove the SIM cards and disable the phone's camera application and all other non-essential applications for the duration of their time at Camp. Only the Bluetooth communication protocols on their compatible mobile devices will be left "on" at Camp to allow closed loop protocols to run. Camper phone use should be limited solely to these "essential" apps; any camper trying to disable restrictions or use their phone for unapproved functions may lose the opportunity to have their phone and use this software during their stay at camp.