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Re: [IP] Air Bubbles AGAIN



If you don't inject air into the bottles, how do you keep from getting an
incredibly (eventually) powerful vacuum inside the bottle?   When I'm filling
my 300 unit cartridges, the insulin bottle will suck the insulin back out of
the "syringe" unless I first inject some air into it first.

--- patti <email @ redacted> wrote:
>  email @ redacted wrote:
> The other change we made was our rep (who is a pumping diabetic) said
> to NOT put air into the insulin bottles. We insert syringe into bottle
> wihtout having drawn air first. Then we turn bottle upside down and
> draw out the insulin. Bubble problem ended entirely.
> 
> We also started doing this recently, with the same result! (I wonder why
> Logan's pump trainer had him put in the vial the same amount of air as the
> insulin he was to draw out?)
> 
> Patti  (mom to Logan, 10, pumping 8 months)
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