Re: [IP] 45 Day eval of OmniPod
I'm glad you are happy, lots of folks are. Not ditching the Omnipod or
giving up on it, all I'm saying is being on the Animas for as long as I
was, I was thinking and hoping that the features I had with the Animas were
also on the Omnipod. I haven't thrown in the towel yet and plan not to
before I give it time, all I was stating was I would have thought I could
take my Basal settings from the Animas and put them on the Omnipod, that is
not possible due to the Omni only allowing for 0.050 U/hr versus the Animas
at 0.025 U/hr. This may not be important to many but if you are insulin
sensitive it is a nice feature.
As for why it didn't work in my arm and give off an inclusion alarm.. no
clue, all I know is when I removed the POD the cannula was filled with blood
. While I am on that, Have you been successful with extracting the insulin
out of the POD if it fails ?. I had to throw it away and knowing I just
tossed 200 units bothered me.
Podding continues :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Karin Bowman" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Sunday, March 30, 2008 4:22 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] 45 Day eval of OmniPod
> I've been on the OmniPod for almost 3 months and I couldn't be happier. I
> haven't had any issues with occlusions. It's been very user friendly to me
> and I
> would be happy to talk more about it with anyone. I haven't used another
> prior to this, so I can't compare speeds and efficiencies...all I know is
> that I
> haven't felt better in years!
> 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
> 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.
> 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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