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Re: [IP] Question on infusion sites

>From: "Marty Chansler" <email @ redacted>
>To: <email @ redacted>
>Subject: [IP] Question on infusion sites
>Date: Fri, Mar 28, 2003, 5:45 AM

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> Just wanted to ask all the people that have been pumping longer than myself
 > about my insertion sites. When I go to change out my sites (last two times)
> has been red and raised up where the site has been. I use the quicksets, and
> for the ones of you that use the same sets, its raised around the area of the
 > circle on the inside, and you can see where the cannula has been. My site
 > three days ago, you can still see where it was raised at. Is this something
> be concerned about, and to call my doctor about? I am very sterile when it
> comes to doing my site changes, I change every three days....religiously.....
> so I don't know what could be causing it now. I've been pumping for 4 months,
> using the quicksets all the time. My site from today is still red, and raised
> but not like it was at first. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! I hate
> to call my doctor and have them laugh at me for nothing:)
>                                  Jamie
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