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[IP] RE: insulin-pumpers-digest V10 #761



Oliver,  yes one time I had to reboot.

Gary

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Subject: insulin-pumpers-digest V10 #761


insulin-pumpers-digest   Thursday, January 31 2008   Volume 10 : Number
761



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This issue of the digest contains:
Re: [IP] Pump recommendations
RE: [IP] PDM issues
Re: [IP] Pump recommendations
Re: [IP] What do you do when there is not enough insulin to fill the
reservoir?
Re: [IP] site loss
[IP] NEW CGMS Codes
Re: [IP] What do you do when there is not enough insulin to fill the
reservoir?
Re: [IP] Pump recommendations
Re: [IP] What do you do when there is not enough insulin to fill the
reservoir?
Re: [IP] What do you do when there is not enough insulin to fill the
reservoir?
Re: [IP] Pump recommendations
Re: [IP] What do you do when there is not enough insulin to fill the
reservoir?
[IP] Fw: insulin to use
Re: [IP] Pump recommendations
[IP] Re:  FYI Symlin Injector Pen Shipping
Re: [IP] Re: FYI Symlin Injector Pen Shipping
RE: [IP] PDM issues
Re: [IP] What do you do when there is not enough insulin to fill the
reservo...
[IP] OmniPod  no easy bolus 
Re: [IP] Re: FYI Symlin Injector Pen Shipping
Re: [IP] What do you do when there is not enough insulin to fill the
reservoir?
[IP] Medco
[IP] Magnets in pump  cases
RE: [IP] Medco
Re: [IP] What do you do when there is not enough insulin to fill the
reservoir?
Re: [IP] Medco
Re: [IP] What do you do when there is not enough insulin to fill the
reservoir?
Re: [Norton AntiSpam] [IP] Medco
Re: [IP] Magnets in pump  cases
Profile of Bob Holman <email @ redacted>
RE: [IP] What do you do when there is not enough insulin to  fill the
reservoir?
Re: [IP] Medco

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Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2008 08:46:06 EST
From: email @ redacted
Subject: Re: [IP] Pump recommendations

JUST A LITTLE SHORT NOTE TO TELL YOU TO GO ANIMAS 2020.  I HAVE ONE  AND
I 
JUST LOVE IT.  IT'S SMALL AN HAVE LOTS  OF PROGRAMS !!!  i  HAVE BEEN
PUMPING 
FOR ONE MONTH NOW.
 
CYNTHIA O.
 
 
In a message dated 1/30/2008 8:23:04 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,  
email @ redacted writes:

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Hi - I guess I'm sort of a  returning member here.  I was active on the
boards back when I got my  first pump (a Minimed Paradigm) several years
ago,
but had kind of fallen  away.



Now my pump (out of warranty for quite awhile) has died  on me!  Yes, I
knew
this could happen and probably should have gotten  around to getting a
new
one sooner, but cost is definitely an issue, and in  the past I've never
had
my pump out-and-out fail.I'd exchanged my pump  under warranty several
times,
but had never had a pump actually become  unusable.  So I guess I was
hoping
I might get some advance warning  that my pump was nearing the end of
its
life, but no such luck.  



Anyway, obviously I'm in the market for a new pump.being back  on
injections
is getting old fast, and it's only been a day or so!   I'm strongly
leaning
toward the Animas 2020 and would love to hear feedback  (positive and
negative) from those who have it, as well as any  recommendations for
other
pumps. The Omnipod system (which I just now  learned about from reading
some
of the past posts.shows how out of the loop  I've been!) looks pretty
cool,
but it doesn't appear to be in my  insurance's PPO network (and I'm not
sure
I could afford the 30% copays on  the pods even if it were.it looks like
they're substantially more expensive  than conventional pump supplies).
The
Cozmo pump also does not appear  to be in my PPO network.  



Anyway, thanks for any  feedback!   
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