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Re: [IP] New reservoir without new insertion set



Thats all I do!

Elizabeth Blake wrote:
> --- On Sat, 4/26/08, Linda <email @ redacted> wrote:
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>> Liz, I am wishing that the QuickSets came that way so that
>> I could 
>> just change out the cannula and keep on using the tubing
>> and reservoir.
>> Linda H.
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 > It's easy to do that with QuickSets. Just insert a new cannula and hook up
your
 > existing tubing (attached to the reservoir) to the new cannula. It's been
awhile
 > since I used QuickSets, but I think that the tubing is already attached when
you
 > insert it, right? Well, after inserting it, just remove that tubing and
connect
> the one that's attached to the pump/reservoir. You'd just have to do a fixed
> prime to fill the new cannula.
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> Liz
> Type 1 dx 4/1987
> Minimed 715 5/2005
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