Re: [IP] Animas IR1200??
The Omnipod has not been evaluated or tested for use in the areas of a coal
mine where an explosive atmosphere could develop. The Ominipod is powered by
three, size 357, button batterys the same as a MM508 or 507C.
Is anyone wearing an insulin pump, possibly on the QT, to work as an
underground miner or any other occupation (examples - refinery, natural gas
pump station, chemical plant, or other flammable fuel handling facility) that
may take them into an area where an explosive atmosphere could develop? Would
like to get some idea of how many pump wearers need a pump that is listed as
intrinsically safe. Then convince at least one of the pump manufacturers there
is a market.
Note - Almost no occupation takes persons to an area where an explosive
atmosphere is known to exist.
--- On Tue, 6/28/11, Susan Lane <email @ redacted> wrote:
From: Susan Lane <email @ redacted>
Subject: Re: [IP] Animas IR1200??
To: email @ redacted
Date: Tuesday, June 28, 2011, 9:15 PM
Ashley, have you looked into the Omnipod. you don't have to disconnect it,
therefore no lag in glucose control
On Tue, Jun 28, 2011 at 5:40 PM, <email @ redacted> wrote:
> Currently, I use a Minimed 522, previously used 508 and 507C - been pumping
> since June 1998 - Type 1 since Nov 1980.
> As for my interest in the Animas IR1200. I work as a Coal Mine Inspector
> the Animas IR1200 has been evaluated and deemed to be OK to wear in the
> of an underground coal mine where an explosive atmosphere could (although
> extremely unlikely)develop. Recently, Animas and Minimed have been less
> cooperative with having the current pumps evaluated. The earlier Minimeds
> were never evaluated. Currently, I disconnect and leave my pump outside -
> kinda ruins my glucose control for 4-5 hours, sometimes longer.
> So I am looking for a used Animas 1200. Did you ever have/still have an
> IR1200? Animas tells me there are none available, since it is no longer
> Thanks, Ashley in Western Pennsylvania
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