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Re: [IP] Pump Woes

This is strange. Jenny upgraded to the IR 1200 in August and our only 
problem is that she dented the screen on the first pump. Animas 
replaced it with a new design (more protected screen) and we haven't 
had any problem. You're just lucky I guess.

On Thursday, January 6, 2005, at 04:19 PM, Sybil Vaughn wrote:

>  I really do like my Animas IR1200; it has lots of bells and whistles 
> and can do
> lots of things, apparently except what it is really supposed to do, 
> i.e.
> delivering insulin.
>  I am on my third (yes 3) of the IR1200 model that I've had since I 
> upgraded
> from their IR1000 in July. The problem I've had with all three is that 
> they work
> fine for a few weeks, then I start having a problem while bolusing; 
> the pump
> stops and I get an occlusion error. Then this keeps happening 
> repeatedly; then
> the pump stops sometimes while delivery a basal, also giving the 
> occlusion
> error.
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