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Re: [IP] Omnipod pumps

With respect to one disadvantage noted below by a pod user, this isnbt
really an issue (for me) because the pod itself serves as an bextra
If a pod fails I just rip it off and use a syringe to suck out the needed
insulin to cover a bolus in a pinch until I get back home to put on a new

I know some might shudder at this, but I do it.  I have also been known to
suck out insulin from just-filled-but-failed pods, and use it to fill the next

Stuffbs expensive, and Ibm sort of a cheap SOB.

Buster in MD

> On Jan 29, 2016, at 2:06 PM, John H
<email @ redacted> wrote:
> Disadvantages:  With a "regular" pump, you don't really need to carry
> around any insulin, since if there is an infusion set failure, you can just
> hook up a new infusion set to the pump.  I always have to carry around a
> spare vial just in case.
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