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RE: [IP] Manually inserting the QuickSet



I love my sof-serter.  I cannot imagine manually inserting.  I guess you
get used to what you have to do.  The sof-serter doesn't hurt at all.
Needles hurt a lot worse. It's well worth the $49 to order one.  I
ordered an extra in case I lose or break mine.


-----Original Message-----
From:	RoseLea
Sent:	Wed 12/19/2001 3:00 PM
To:	email @ redacted
Cc:
Subject:	[IP] Manually inserting the QuickSet

>I am very interested in trying the quick set, and since I don't have a
>quickserter I was wondering if anybody out there manually inserts their
>quick sets and if you have any pointers for me.  I have plenty of
padding
>to insert into, but I am worried about bending that canula and other
>complications.  I currently use sils without the new inserter, But I
>would really like to try quick sets.  I received one ample one from
>minimed, but I would like some tips from you all before I test it.
>Thanks in advance.
>
>--Kate (dxd 10/91, pumping 08/98)

I manually inserted the QuickSet when I got a box from a friend to try.
I
had no trouble with manually inserting them, I just jabbed them in.
They
went in very smoothly and I never once kinked the cannula.  I think
they're
pretty easy to insert, just do it quickly and don't stop at all.  Since
I
placed an order for the QuickSets, I now have an inserter, which I like
very much.

RoseLea
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