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Re: [IP] Warning for Disetronic HTron users
I have to ask...When you get the TI warning, one normally has eight weeks to
send it in and hook up to their second pump.
Did this not happen with yours, and if so, why didn't you go ahead and hook
up to the other pump and send that in?
I'm asking because this has never happened to me before. I was using the
H-TRON V100 and am now on the H-TRON Plus.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Laura Lillie" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2001 12:16 PM
Subject: [IP] Warning for Disetronic HTron users
> Today my Disetronic pump stopped because the technical inspection is now
> due. I was expecting this. BUT, what I consider dangerous is that it
> in the middle of my lunch bolus and I had no idea how many units I had
> gotten. All of the warning alarms in the last month and a half happened on
> the hour, usually 12 noon. Why did it choose to stop at 12:39 pm now? Once
> this alarm stops the pump there is no way of checking bolus amounts. What
> fun it was to eat lunch while setting up my other pump to use. And I've
> spent the afternoon testing and correcting. So, while I was prepared for
> this to happen, I am disappointed that after establishing a pattern of
> warnings, it was not carried through to the end which would have allowed
> to safely make this change. Just wanted other Disetronic HTron users to be
> aware of this when that time approaches.
> Laura Lillie
> pumping since 9/96
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