AndroidAPS a une série d’objectifs qui doivent être complétés pour vous guider à travers les fonctionnalités et les paramètres de la boucle sécurisée. Ils s’assurent que vous avez correctement configuré tout ce qui est détaillé dans les sections ci-dessus, et que vous comprenez ce que votre système fait et pourquoi vous pouvez lui faire confiance.

If you are upgrading phones then you can export your settings to keep your progress through the objectives. Not only will your progress through the objectives be saved, but also your safety settings such as max bolus etc. If you do not export and import your settings then you will need to start the objectives from the beginning again. It is a good idea to backup your settings frequently just in case.

If you want to go back in objectives see explanation below.

Objectif 1 : Paramétrage de la visualisation et la surveillance des données, analyse des débits Basal et des ratios

  • Select the right blood glucose source for your setup. See BG Source for more information.

  • Select the right Pump in ConfigBuilder (select Virtual Pump if you are using a pump model with no AndroidAPS driver for looping) to ensure your pump status can communicate with AndroidAPS.

  • If using DanaR pump then ensure you have followed DanaR Insulin Pump instructions to ensure the link between pump and AndroidAPS.

  • Follow instructions in Nightscout page to ensure Nightscout can receive and display this data.

  • Note that URL in NSClient must be WITHOUT /api/v1/ at the end - see NSClient settings in Preferences.

You may need to wait for the next blood glucose reading to arrive before AndroidAPS will recognise it.

Objectif 2 : Apprendre comment contrôler AndroidAPS

  • Perform several actions in AndroidAPS as described in this objective.

  • Click on the orange text « Not completed yet » to access the to-dos.

  • Links will be provided to guide you in case you are not familiar with a specific action yet.

    Screenshot objective 2

Objectif 3 : Prouver ses connaissances

  • Pass a multiple-choice exam testing your AndroidAPS knowledge.

  • Click on the orange text « Not completed yet » to access the page with the question and answering options.

    Screenshot objective 3
  • Links will be provided to guide you in case you are unsure about the correct answers yet.

  • The questions for objective 3 have been completely rewritten by native speakers as of AAPS 2.8. Les nouvelles questions couvrent les mêmes sujets de base et quelques nouveaux sujets.

  • These new questions will lead to some not answered questions even though you have successfully completed objective 3 in previous versions.

  • Unanswered questions will affect you only if you start a new objective. En d’autres termes, si vous avez déjà terminé tous les objectifs, vous pouvez attendre et répondre aux nouvelles questions un peu plus tard sans perdre de fonctions AAPS.

Objectif 4 : Démarrage de la boucle ouverte

  • Select Open Loop either from Preferences, or by pressing and holding the Loop button in top left of the home screen.

  • Work through the Preferences to set up for you.

  • Manually enact at least 20 of the temporary basal rate suggestions over a period of 7 days; input them to your pump and confirm in AndroidAPS that you have accepted them. Assurez-vous que ces données apparaissent bien dans AndroidAPS et dans Nightscout.

  • Enable temp targets if necessary. Utilisez des cibles temp. hypo temp pour éviter que le système ne corrige trop fortement une augmentation de la glycémie après une hypo.

Réduire le nombre de notifications

  • To reduce the Number of decisions to be made while in Open Loop set wide target range like 90 - 150 mg/dl or 5,0 - 8,5 mmol/l.

  • You might even want to wider upper limit (or disable Open Loop) at night.

  • In Preferences you can set a minimum percentage for suggestion of basal rate change.

    Boucle ouverte Changement minimum
  • Also, you do not need to act every 5 minutes on all suggestions…

Objectif 5 : Compréhension de la Boucle Ouverte, y compris les propositions de débits Basal temporaires

  • Start to understand the thinking behind the temp basal recommendations by looking at the determine basal logic and both the forecast line in AndroidAPS homescreen/Nightscout and the summary of outputs from the calculations in your OpenAPS tab.

Vous voudrez définir votre objectif plus haut que d’habitude jusqu’à ce que vous ayez confiance dans les calculs et les paramètres. Le système permet

  • a low target to be a minimum of 4 mmol (72 mg/dl) or maximum of 10 mmol (180 mg/dl)

  • a high target to be a minimum of 5 mmol (90 mg/dl) and maximum of 15 mmol (225 mg/dl)

  • a temporary target as a single value can be anywhere in the range of 4 mmol to 15 mmol (72 mg/dl to 225 mg/dl)

La cible est la valeur sur laquelle les calculs sont basés, et n’est pas la même que la page dans laquelle vous souhaitez avoir vos glycémies. If your target is very wide (say, 3 or more mmol [50 mg/dl or more] wide), you will often find little AAPS action. C’est dû au fait que la glycémie devrait finalement se situer quelque part dans cette large plage, et par conséquent, peu de débits de base temporaires sont suggérés.

You may want to experiment with adjusting your targets to be a closer together range (say, 1 or less mmol [20 mg/dl or less] wide) and observe how the behavior of your system changes as a result.

You can view a wider range (green lines) on the graph for the values you aim to keep your blood glucose within by entering different values in Preferences > Range for Visualisation.

Stop sign

Arrêtez-vous ici si vous est en boucle ouverte avec une pompe virtuelle - ne cliquez pas sur Vérifier à la fin de cet objectif.


Objectif 6 : Démarrage de la boucle fermée avec le système AGB ( Arrêt pour Glycémie Basse )

Warning sign

Closed loop will not correct high BG values in objective 6 as it is limited to low glucose suspend. High BG values have to be corrected manually by you!

  • Prerequisite: You need a good profile (basal, ISF, IC) already working in AndroidAPS to start with Loop in Low Glucose Suspend mode. Otherwise you can run in a hypo which you have to manually correct. This will help you a lot to avoid having to treat a low glucose over a period of 5 days. If you are still having frequent or severe low glucose episodes then consider refining your DIA, basal, ISF and carb ratios and do NOT start objective 6 at this time.

  • You don’t have to change your settings now. During objective 6, the maxIOB setting is internally set to zero automatically. This override will be reversed when moving to objective 7.

  • The system will override your maxIOB settings to zero, which means if blood glucose is dropping it can reduce basal for you. If blood glucose is rising then it will only increase basal if the basal IOB is negative from a previous Low Glucose Suspend. Otherwise basal rates will remain the same as your selected profile. That means that you have to manually handle high values with insulin corrections.

  • If your basal IOB is negative (see screenshot below) a TBR > 100% can be issued also in objective 6.

Exemple IA négative
  • Set your target range slightly higher than you usually aim for, just to be safe and have a bit more scurity buffer.

  • Enable “Low Glucose Suspend” mode either by by pressing and holding the Loop icon at the top right corner of the home screen and selecting the Loop - LGS mode icon.

  • Watch how temporary basals are active by viewing the blue basal text on the homescreen or the blue basal render on the homescreen graph.

  • Vous pouvez subir temporairement des pics de glycémie à la suite d’hypos sans pouvoir augmenter le débit de base sur le rebond.

Objective 7: Tuning the closed loop, raising maxIOB above 0 and gradually lowering BG targets

  • Select “Closed Loop” either from Preferences or by pressing and holding the Loop icon at the top right corner of the home screen, over a period of 1 day.

  • Raise your “Maximum total IOB OpenAPS can’t go over” (in OpenAPS called “max-iob”) above 0. The default recommendation is « average mealbolus + 3x max daily basal » (for the SMB algorithm) or « 3x max daily basal » (for the older AMA algorithm) but you should slowly work up to this until you know your settings work for you (max daily basal = the maximum hourly value in any time segment of the day).

    Cette recommandation doit être considérée comme un point de départ. If you set to the 3x and you are seeing moves that push you too hard and fast then lower that number. If you are very resistant, raise it very little at a time.

    max daily basal
  • Once confident on how much IOB suits your looping patterns, then reduce your targets to your desired level.

Objectif 8 : Ajustement des débits Basal et des ratios si nécessaire, puis activation de la fonction auto-sens

  • You can use autotune as a one off to check your basals remain accurate or do a traditional basal test.

  • Enable autosens over a period of 7 days and watch the white line on the homescreen graph show how your sensitivity to insulin may be rising or falling as a result of exercise or hormones etc. and keep an eye in the OpenAPS report tab how AndroidAPS is adjusting the basals and/or targets accordingly.

Don’t forget to record your looping in this form logging AndroidAPS as your type of DIY loop software, if you have not already done so.

Objectif 9 : Activation de fonctionnalités supplémentaires pour l’utilisation en journée, telles que la fonction SMB

  • You must read the SMB chapter in this wiki and chapter oref1 in openAPSdocs to understand how SMB works, especially what’s the idea behind zero-temping.

  • Then you ought to rise maxIOB to get SMBs working fine. maxIA inclu maintenant toutes les IA, pas seulement la basale ajoutée. That is, if given a bolus of 8 U for a meal and maxIOB is 7 U, no SMBs will be delivered until IOB drops below 7 U. A good start is maxIOB = average mealbolus + 3x max daily basal (max daily basal = the maximum hourly value in any time segment of the day - see objective 7 for an illustration)

  • min_5m_carbimpact default in absorption settings has changed from 3 to 8 going from AMA to SMB. Si vous passez de AMA vers SMB, vous devez la modifier manuellement.

Objectif 10: Automatisation

  • You have to start objective 10 to be able to use Automation.

  • Make sure you have completed all objectives including exam ../Usage/Objectives.md#objective-3-prove-your-knowledge.

  • Completing previous objectives will not effect other objectives you have already finished. Vous conserverez tous les objectifs terminés !

Retour arrière dans les Objectifs

Si vous voulez revenir en arrière sur les objectifs terminés pour quelque raison que ce soit, vous pouvez le faire en cliquant sur « Refaire l’objectif ».

Retour arrières objectifs

Objectifs dans Android APS avant la version 3.0

Un objectif a été supprimé lors de la sortie d’Android APS 3.0. Users of Android APS version who are on older Android software (i.e. earlier than version 9) will be using an older set of objectives which can be found here.