The Loop automated insulin delivery system, developed by the community of hackers #WeAreNotWaiting, offers more flexibility and control than FDA-approved systems on the market. I’ve been using it for over six months - and I’m not looking back.
**This video is not medical advice. Loop is highly experimental and not approved by the FDA to treat diabetes. Users take full responsibility for building and running it at their own risk.**
Learn more about Loop loopkit.github.io/loopdocs/ The History of Loop: medium.com/@loudnate/the-history-of-loop-and-loopkit-59b3caf13805
*This video omits an important player in the creation of Loop, Ben West. He decoded the communication protocol that allowed the DIY movement of looping to start, and wrote much of OpenAPS.*
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Chapters: 0:00 - 0:43 - HackedPump Intro 0:44 - 1:40 Type 1 Diabetes 1:41 - 2:28 - Loop 2:29 - 3:12 - Disclaimer 3:13 - 5:18 - Closed Loop System 5:19 - 7:48 - Loop App 7:49 - 9:18 - History of Loop 9:19 - 10:19 - #WeAreNotWaiting 10:20 - 10:52 - Dangers of Loop 10:53 - 11:42 - FDA Approved Systems 11:14 - 13:06 - Tidepool Loop FDA Approval 13:07 - 14:01 - Power of the Diabetes Community