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Re: [IP] New pumps which one?



While reading your post, I was mentally checking off in my mind the 
features you mentioned, and all of them are also available in a MiniMed 
715/722.

Antonio in LA,Age 40, Type 1 since 1993
MiniMed Paradigm 515, OneTouch Ultra, MiniMed Carelink and PAL software

Denise Mary May wrote:
> Sorry to butt in, but I am very new.  I switched to a Deltec Cozmo 
> last April because I wanted a pump with a battery that just dropped 
> in, instead of watch batteries that must be aligned very carefully.  I 
> wanted a pump with an alarm that is polite and dainty, instead of a 
> loud, blaring horn that never wanted to shut off!  As a pump user 
> since 1982, a 300 ml reservoir size is a better deal - because it 
> lasts longer.  I just change only the needle if my site shows 
> irritation. I love the IR window and use the Cozmore as my glucometer 
> most of the time.  It's summer, and my house isn't air-conditioned, so 
> the Cozmore is off and my pump is in a Frio pack.  I am disappointed 
> that the Abbott software that was supposed to be used with the Cozmo 
> was removed from the Internet and must go looking for its replacement 
> - or contact the nurse educator from Deltec - or do both.
>
> Denise May
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