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Re: [IP] Re: Bubbles in Insulin (was ITCHING)

Understood.  Thanks for the info.  Don't know what I'm doing to avoid this,
but I'll just doing what I've been doing.

> If you fill a reservoir with cold insulin, the gases
> that are in solution in the insulin may come out of
> solution (in other words, form bubbles) as the
> temperature of the insulin rises to room- or body-
> temperature.  By filling the reservoir with
> room-temperature insulin, you reduce one potential
> source of bubbles.
> If you never have problems with bubbles forming in
> your reservoir, I wouldn't worry about this, but I
> wanted to let you know the reasoning behind it.
> -Christy
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