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Re: [IP] Getting all the bubbles out



Draw back on syringe, insert in bottle with bottle standing up and needle
pointing down; once air is in bottle turn upside down and very slowly let
the plunger move out,  VERRRY SLOWLY.  As you fill or after you have filled
syringe (reservoir) thump sides gently to force bubble to top of syringe
and push them into bottle, may have to do this several time.  A few tiny
bubbles won't hurt, but the larger ones will. 
That is my method.  Maybe others have a better one. 
Bonnie

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From: Richard Aleksander <email @ redacted>
To: email @ redacted
Subject: [IP] Getting all the bubbles out
Date: Thursday, August 06, 1998 2:55 AM

What techniques do pumpers use to get the bubbles out of the syringe /
cartridges, when filling them from insulin vials?

Richard
email @ redacted

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