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Re: [IP] supplies
Tom, does the needle have to be inserted all the way to the end?
>Hi Tara, I just started too. I'm using a D unit and started right off with
>what they call a comfort set. A 2 piece affair with plastic (Teflon)
>cannala. I left it in for 5 days and had no trouble at all very
>comfortable. The needle is intimidating for sure but I haven't felt either
>one (lucky, picked a good spot I guess). Just don't make the angle too
>steep, 20 deg. is about right I think. Go for it!!!!
>From: Tara Dufour <email @ redacted>
>To: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
>Date: Wednesday, April 07, 1999 6:37 AM
>Subject: Re: [IP] supplies
>>I got my pump last night, and holy cow did my stomach hurt looking at all
>>the information I have to read and learn and especially those needles. I
>>think I might start off using the Sof set ones first. I was under the
>>impression that the Silhouettes had a plastick canula too, but they don't.
>>found out yesterday that my insurance company is going to cover the
>>and I am just waiting for them to doctor up a letter to Respicare stating
>>that they will cover the supplies. My training for the pump isn't until
>>Monday, but I think if I get all the supplies I need before then I will
>>start on my own, after talking to my doctor for starting insulin dosages of
>>course. He's already given me numbers but I need to make sure before I
>>begin. Wish me luck!
>>----- Original Message -----
>>From: The Verreault's <email @ redacted>
>>To: <email @ redacted>
>>Sent: Tuesday, April 06, 1999 5:48 PM
>>Subject: Re: [IP] supplies
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