Matters have now been organised in regard to Neville’s experiment with the new diabetes sensor.
I have purchased a sensor, and this will be attached to Neville by the veterinary tomorrow. I will be able to borrow a monitor to read the signals the sensor transmits. I want to have this verified at the hospital, though, before I leave there. I don’t want to be stuck over the weekend with the frustration of trying to read something that won’t be read.
Thereafter, it will be up to the Nevsky; if the implant does not bother him much, the rest should be easy going. I will be able to read his levels over a course of two weeks, or for however long it remains attached to him.
Having the top half of his body shaved when he first came to stay with me did not trouble him a great deal, so I hope that he will find a small patch cleared of fur, with an equally small attachment, to be tolerable. We will find out by the end of tomorrow…