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Re: [IP] What to do with pump in hospital

 Hi I was in the hospital last week for an infection that got out of control. I
REFUSED to take my pump off. My GP wanted me too and I told him that I wouldn't.
It should be your choice.
Bonne' Cowger- Roszel 
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I need some advice from experienced pumpers. I've had a hemmorhage in my eye
and I may need to have surgery. I'm not sure what the retinal specialist will
want to do. If I go into the hospital and must take my pump off what should I
do with it? I thought maybe it should be put in the hospital safe with my
other valuables (there's no one to go with me and take charge of it) Any
Thanks. Sarah Jones
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