Re: [IP] Re: 5 unit threshold
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- Subject: Re: [IP] Re: 5 unit threshold
- From: "Jeff" <email @ redacted>
- Date: Mon, 29 Aug 2016 17:36:29 -0400
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Back when I had a Ping, I would refill the cartridge until the markings wore
off. It didn't matter how much insulin was in it, I just topped it off at
my convenience. Now that I'm on a Tslim, you can't see the insulin, but I
do the same thing. I tell the pump that I'm changing cartridges and refill
when the pump tells me to. The only difference is that the Tslim requires
that I "fill the Tubing" that is already full. That uses 10 units.
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From: Schlight Family
Sent: Monday, August 29, 2016 4:51 PM
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Subject: [IP] Re: 5 unit threshold
I find this 'after the zero/empty alarm thread interesting
I'm certain my Animas Ping STOPS when IT thinks we are at zero: I know
insulin left, duh, you can see it in the cartridge, but there is NO basal
delivery and you CANNIT bolus when you are 'empty', as far as I know?!
You can, in an ' emergency ', use that insulin, with a syringe for accuracy
without as a WAG (wild a$$ed guess) !
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