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Re: [IP] need help from Animas pumpers



Go into Basal and go to one of the other programs that has no profiles in it
and activate that program.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sam" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Thursday, June 06, 2002 10:56 AM
Subject: Re: [IP] need help from Animas pumpers


> At 08:21 AM 6/6/2002 Grimes, Keith wrote:
>  >Hello,
>  >
>  >My pump rep just gave me a little training session on using the R1000.
He's
>  >giving me a pump to play with for the weekend to see how I like it
before
>  >choosing to go with it. I'm also doing the same with the Paradigm.
>  >
>  >The problem is that we set up an example basal rate for the day and this
>  >pump is pushing out the saline. I've suspended it but now it's beeping
at me
>  >every three minutes.
>  >
>  >My question: How do I turn this pump off, or make it stop beeping, until
I'm
>  >ready to play with it again?
>
> One method would be to use a Temporary Basal set at OFF. If you scroll
down
> the negative numbers far enough you'll see the OFF option. You can set
this
> for up to 12 hours and repeat it if you need more time. Be sure to use GO
> to have it use that TEMP basal. If you need it off for more time than
that,
> you'll need to pull the batteries. Obviously, when you're pumping for
real,
> you'd never want to do that unless there was a real problem.
>
> Another method would be to just let it continue to pump. If it's just
> saline, it really doesn't make any difference. Just hang the end of the
set
> over a sink while it's doing it's thing.
>
> Sam
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