Re: [ SPAM ] [IP] Tandem Cartridges
When I get the occasional occlusion, I go to load and fill cannula. That
usually gets things going.
If you think it's not the canola, disconnect and repeat. You should see a
drop of insulin on the end of the needle.
If there is no drop, the problem is in the tubing. Since I use the same
tubing for multiple refills of the same cartridge, I always have spare
On Fri, Aug 9, 2019, 6:06 PM Henry David <
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> Try using the case.
> If the pump is resting against your skin, the body heat can cause
> The case adds just enough insulation.
> Henry David
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> > On Aug 9, 2019, at 2:45 PM, Carol Stefan
> <email @ redacted> wrote:
> > I've had a Tandem for three months. I get pretty frequent occlusions,
> > I've never had with any other pumps over the last 19 years. I don't know
> > I use about 30 units of Novolog a day, so I should get at least 7 days
> of a
> > cartridge, but I start getting the occlusions or other high-Bg problems
> > about 3 or 4 days, with a lot of insulin waste.
> > Does anyone have any ideas? I know Tandem suggests just filling a
> > 3 days, but I have NEVER had to do that for any other pump. I am so
> > and would welcome any info. Can any of you with Tandems get more than 3
> > days out of a cartridge?
> > Thanks, Carol
> > Dx 1988, Pumping 2000
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