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Re: [IP] 20 units alarm

email @ redacted wrote:
> Hi, everyone I need to know should you change your insulin cartridge when 
> the 20 unit alarm goes off or wait until it's almost empty?

I have a MiniMed 507C and therefore no alarm -- and I've had it go empty
at inconvenient times once or twice. So I keep an eye on the cartridge,
but sometimes I forget! 

Thus, I would advocate changing it when you get the alarm -- that way,
it's DONE, and you don't have to worry about going empty!

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