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Re: [IP] redundancy



LOL, this is a great post...very wise.  Cynthia

On 4/17/08, S. Falconer <email @ redacted> wrote:
>
> Jan H wrote:
>
> > I don't pay attention to the posts dealing with how
> > to trick a sensor into
> > lasting a lot longer than intended since I do not
> > have a CGMS.
> SNIP
> > Would someone send
> > me the tricks privately,
> > to not tie up the list again with redundancy?
>
> ROTFLMAO...how on earth do you see anything having to do
> with blood sugar control, particularly the CGS which
> is intrinsically tied into at least ONE pump, as being
> redundant. I vehemently disagree that the information is
> redundant.
>
> I think it is hilarious you are worried about a little
> "redundancy"...how many times has this group debated which
> insulin is best and which insertion site is best and god
> knows we have been around the block a few times on the
> meter question, although one of my favorites has been
> how to make the set stick to hairy, sweaty bellies
>
> I don't think it would be redundant to post the sensor
> tricks, if there are folks that have them.  We might
> not all be able to afford a sensor, just like there are
> thousands of people who can't afford a pump, but then again
> there are lots of non celiac patietns herein, and yet we
> talk about that alot. This is certainly the place to
> discuss all of these things.
>
> SSP, who is working on a 522 with a CGMS, and if I do get it, you can
> TRUST I
> will be speaking my redundant little heart out :-)
.
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