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RE: [IP] Re: Minimed and alarm



My MM 722 has different alarm settings but "VIBRATE"
works best for me.


--- email @ redacted wrote:

> I have a MM 512 and that is the only thing I have to
> complain about - I
> usually can't hear it alarm when I am awake - let
> alone when I am asleep!  I
> wish there was some way to adjust the volume on the
> alarm - do any of the
> other pumps have that capability?  My son is always
> telling me, 'Hey Mom -
> you're beeping', but he is going away to college in
> the fall......... don't
> know what I will do then!Deb Downs dx 10/1986
> MM512 1/2004> Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2008 09:42:12 -0400>
> From:
> email @ redacted> To: email @ redacted>
> Subject: Re: [IP] Re:
> Minimed and alarm> > On Wed, Apr 9, 2008 at 5:44 PM,
> <email @ redacted>
> wrote:> > My daughter (17 years old) currently has a
> 715 Minimed pump, and the
> alarm> > on it is very quite. We are considering
> using the Minimed continuous>
> > monitoring system and I'm wondering if the alarm
> will be any louder than on>
> > her current pump. Because of extreme highs and
> lows, we need something> >
> where the alarm will wake her up at night,
> especially once she is in college.>
> > Nope, its no louder. Yes, I have the same
> problem.> > > -- > George E
> Eberhardt> (732) 224-8988> .>
> .
> 


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