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Re: [IP] Medtronic Quickset Question



Also consider the MIO. It was originally released by Unimedial years 
ago under the Animas brand name "Inset". Medtronic branded their own 
version with their proprietary connector as the MIO. It has a self 
contained insertion device and is quite popluar with many pump users.

Michael

>  After 15 yrs. of avoiding 90 degree sets, I have discovered I do just
>  fine with
> 6 mm Cleos. However, the new Tslim is not doing well for me *At All*
> and there goes the need for Cleos. While dealing with this mess, I may
> have to set up my 2011 Revel. I prefer my Ping, but it thinks it is
> 2007.......
>  I'm wondering if I will get the same result from Quicksets with the
>  inserter? I
> need to be able to access some new sites more easily than I can with
> the Comfort Shorts. I don't have good supply coverage and so I need to
> make some wise choices.
>  Unfortunately I donated an entire new box of Mios, which Medtronic
>  was nice
> enough to give me a few years back. I didn't do well with the Insets
> though, as my trigger fingers didn't appreciate taking all the plastic
> off.
>  Very frustrated, but prepared to set up the still pristine Revel if I
>  need to.
> I have boxes of cartridges, but really need to figure out infusion
> sets. Thanks for any feedback. Laura in NM .
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