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Re: [IP] site and Novolog

What is an Ultraflex?  Does it have a tail when you disconnect, does it go
in at an angle?  My son is 8 and pretty lean.  We use ComfortSets
(Silhouettes) now because of this, but he can't stand to look at the needle
so he can't learn how to change his own set.  I don't see this changing for
quite awhile.  And since I can't be with him all the time (and the school is
so supportive - said with a sarcastic tone) I would really like him to be
able to do it in a pinch - no pun intended.


-----Original Message-----
From: Robin Ramm <email @ redacted>
To: pumpers <email @ redacted>
Date: Thursday, April 18, 2002 8:53 AM
Subject: [IP] site and Novolog

>Someone yesterday wrote that the change to Novolog helped as did the change
>Ultraflex. I just wanted to add that those changes helped Kevin alot too.
>rarely have a # out of range anymore! Ultraflex have made site changes less
>a chore for him too. He never feels it go in and doesnt have that
>of "preparing himself" before the big stick. Hope the A1C agrees, but from
>perspective, it is a 100% better!
>I wish we could pump his Adderall (ADHD meds) as well! ha ha
>Mom to Kevin, 14, dx 12/98
>pumping 5/99
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