Re: [IP] 45 Day eval of OmniPod
More to come, as with any new technology it all takes some getting used to
and I have had the Animas for so long that I was expecting an easy
transition. I will continue to play it out and hope for the best. As for
the 4 day download, My CDE told me I have to download every 4 days, it does
for whatever reason keep 14 days worth on the PDM. Insulet is working on
better software from what I was told.
As for the inclusion, it supposed to have an alarm just not sure if perhaps
I had a defect POD. More to come..
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From: <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Sunday, March 30, 2008 12:29 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] 45 Day eval of OmniPod
> THANK YOU for your break down of your first 24 hours on the Pod. My son
> age 16+ is thinking of going from the Deltec to the Pod. The last thing
> you said
> was that you can only download 4 days worth of info from the PDM. Are you
> about this statement. Our rep said that who weeks worth of info can be
> downloaded. I am also a bit concerned about the incident with the bloody
> and you not getting a warning. Makes me wonder if this system even has an
> occlusion alarm capability in it. Maybe we need to wait until this system
> been on the market for awhile and Insulet can get all the kinks out.
> Josh's pump
> warranty expired almost a year ago.
> Oh our rep never said anything about a 45 day trial. I guess I need to
> her again. Josh is adamant he wants to try it before we put out any $$ on
> new system. This was good to know.
> Thanks again John.
> mom to Joshua
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