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Re: [IP] quick set failures

Hi Anna,
I was having problems with the 6mm sets and switched to the 9 mm Because I
am a little shall we say rounder around the middle I seemed to get better
results with this mike in Canada
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "anna doemland" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2003 4:50 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] quick set failures

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> part of my original post:
> <I have been having a lot of high bgs with 6mm
> quicksets, and when I pull them out, they aren't
> kinked.  The cannula is no longer at a 90 degree
> angle,however, but slanted, at 45 degrees or so...sort
> of off-kilter...>
> Tnanks to those who replied:
> Thanks to Gail for reporting the same trouble - I feel
> better knowing someone else has the trouble..and maybe
> I'll see an improvement with the Sils!
> To Greg, who suggested scar tissue may be causing
> this: I'm using upper abdomen sites where I never did
> shots, and actually the worst sites have been brand
> new areas, where I'd never insterted a site, or given
> an injection either...weird.
> Thanks again!!!
> Anna
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