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Re: [IP] Site Changes create High blood sugar



I have heard that it is important to keep the old site in for up to 2 hours
to be sure the insulin in the cannula is fully delivered before removing
it...

Cara
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Sent: Monday, February 17, 2003 9:43 AM
Subject: Re: [IP] Site Changes create High blood sugar


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>  Are you taking the right prime for your infusion set? If so then maybe
you'll
> need to take a bolus to prevent the highs that is if you always go high
and
> about the say high. My guess would be your body is trying to fight of the
> intruder thus causing a high - just like you have a cold or infection.
>
> Summer (dx'd 1986 at age 4)
> Pumping Nov.12/02 - Blue Paradigm
>
> > I have noticed that when I change my infusion set that my next few
> > blood
> > sugars are always high then they straighten back out to normal. I
> > have tried
> > to leave the old one in a few hours and sometimes that works and
> > sometimes
> > not . Any ideas ???
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