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Re: [IP] IV 3000



Isn't that what the little tan tab is for ...to be able to take the
adhesive off the infusion set??? Michelle Piper at email @ redacted

On Tue, 3 Mar 1998 13:22:47 +0000 "Michael" <email @ redacted>
writes:
>> (I'm even allergic to the little bit of tape on the "wings" of the 
>sofset;
>> last week I got nearly-infected big red marks at the infusion site 
>when I
>> inserted the sofset directly on my skin instead of through an IV 
>3000!
>
>Hmmmm
>I bet Minimed could be pursuaded to make a few of the sets with no 
>adhesive.  There are some 'paint-on' surgical adhesives you could 
>test on your skin for alergic properties.  
>
>With a 'paint-on' adhesive and a no-stick set, the reaction to the 
>set adhesive could be avoided.
>email @ redacted
>Insulin-Pumpers website   http://www.bizsystems.com/Diabetes/
>

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