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Re: [IP] Re:Question about Pumps & Cruise Ships



I hope there are no problems I leave end of June for a
cruise. I guess I need to take a bunch of syringes
ugh.
I use the 508. I would also appreciate any
comments?peg
--- email @ redacted wrote:
> We are going on a cruise ship in July. A technician
> at Disetronic mentioned I 
> should be careful of the radar or sonar on the ship
> as it might cause 
> problems with my pump. Has anyone experieced a
> problem of this kind? I travel 
> out of the country a lot and was supplied a back-up
> D-tron and always take 
> ample supplies. The cruise ship company is unaware
> of any problems; however, 
> they naturally don't know anything about insulin
> pumps. Any help would be 
> greatly appreciated.
> Thanks, Jim Manns(melting in San Antonio)
>
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