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Re: [IP] Re: Travel Tips for Pumpers/ Low Cartridge
In an emergency I once removed the syringe from the pump, filled with
air, then reattached the syringe and put it back in the pump. I can't
guarantee accuracy with this method, but it worked for the four hours
until I could get home. Always check that thing. I didn't think about
it before leaving and nearly panicked when my pump started beeping.
email @ redacted wrote:
> this is getting way out of proportion..
> so to get back on track, why don't you share with us some
> travel tips to help the pumpers on here?
> I have a question for the rest of the group.. A couple times while away from home
> I noticed that my cartridge went low and it was not convenient to refill. I
> someone on here who said that since there were 20 units in the tubing and there
> was a way to put air into the cartridge to get the remaining 20 units to come
> how do you do this? I mean without having anything with you other than the pump..
> Seems like you would need to have the syringe rod..?
> JUDY102 wrote:
> > Forrest,
> > I wish I could forget it, but some words cause too much pain. Many of us so
> > called "overly sensitive" people are that way for a reason. Yes, what is
> > discussed in this forum usually does go back to needs we have as humans and as
> > diabetics. I like to be human first. No one is happier than I am when I see
> > people overcome tremendous odds to succeed in life. Those of us who worked so
> > very hard from the depths of poverty. I am happy for all those Porshe owners,
> > or Jag. owners or whatever one has accomplised through honest means. I don't
> > begrudge anyone anything. I would celebrate with them, if they would have me.
> > Please, if people in this forum could be more accepting of others ideas or
> > ways or differences, you can really have an impact on others.. I for one will
> > never share my travel experiences or patient related experiences. In fact, I
> > don't feel I have anything to offer this group. I am sorry for having
> > offended people. Never, ever did I feel as if I was bragging about going
> > overseas. I'm not even paying for it, so I guess I am lucky. It is our
> > Christmas bonus from my corporation. I am the liason person there and will be
> > acting as their travel agent. I'm sorry my good fortune, finally, has caused
> > others discomfort, I just didn't expect it. I should have.
> > Judy P.
> > Insulin-Pumpers website http://www.bizsystems.com/Diabetes/
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