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Re: [IP] Re: hospital stay

My daughter and I handle her pump . We were in the hospital for 2 1/2 days
and had been off the NPH for 4 days . I really think if you are an informed
experienced diabetic person the stay should be your decision. We saw
completely different BG levels the day after we got home<a normal day> Just
my $.02
-----Original Message-----
From: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
To: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
Date: Thursday, January 20, 2000 2:21 PM
Subject: [IP] Re: hospital stay

>My endo required a 1-night stay......  Which was not bad, in fact I think
>should have been more because he insisted that I take my NPH the night
>and I think it lingered in my system to the next day....  So he set my
>and it looked like they were perfect until the next day when i got home and
>was on a "normal" schedule.......
>I had the dietician and educator stopping by frequently throughout the day
>and I also had a trainer from IIS, Lois Brody (who was absolutely fabulous
>and I still keep in touch with her) there with me all day and then the next
>Another neat thing about it was I was on the 24 hour surgery wing, so
>everyone else was recovering from surgery, I was the only "active" one!!!
>The nurses loved it and were very interested in the pump and it's
>Just my $.02
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