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Re: [IP] Coming Down From High

Fran Baumgartner wrote:
> I also called Lily about the electric blanket and Lispro.  They said
> they had never had a report of any problems but that if the Lispro got
> above 87 degrees it would most likely go bad.  I have continued using
> the blanket to heat up my bed and while I am reading at night.  I have
> not run into any problems but I am also being careful or more cautious
> that the pump, tubing, etc.. is not immediately being hit with the
> electric blanket.  I wish I could give it up, but I really hate being
> cold and so do my feet! :-)

Somethiong just occurred to me about this. Why not take your pump and 
most of the tubing on that end and put it into a sock, perhaps held 
closed with a safety pin. Insulation works both ways, after all, and
it may keep the insulin cooler since there is no internal heat as with
your body.

Ted Quick
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