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Re: [IP] Thank God For Animas!

I have done this for myself and my pumping-daughter many times (usually
reservoir runs out or "goes bad" and we're un-prepared [which isn't usual] ).
I actually have a friend with a diabetic daughter who does not pump.  Yet, she
uses the sets and gives all her injections that way.  Seemed a little odd to
me at first, but hey, YMMV!  Wishing you all a wonderful rest of the day!
Lisa, Type 1 pumping w/ Paradigm
mom of 2 type 1 daughters
 8 y/o pumping w/Cozmo

----- Original Message -----
From: "Kristen Olgren" <email @ redacted>
> To avoid shots, this is just an FYI -- Most of the pumps that allow a
> release from the pump would also work as a hub to inject into.  You've just
> got to be careful not to go in too deeply, or you risk puncturing the
> cannula, which would require a site change.
> If, perish the thought, Cole WOULD sometime require a shot or two, he might
> be able to have them without any extra discomfort!
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