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Re: [IP] insulin questions



That's what I do.

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From: "Urb Anism" <email @ redacted>
To: email @ redacted
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2014 2:40:00 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] insulin questions

That's well thought out !

On Friday, March 14, 2014, Dave & Babs Moffett <email @ redacted> wrote:

> I completely fill my resevoir, which last 5 days. I change my site every 3
> days. B When its time to put in a new site I insert it straight out of the
> package without attaching to the resevoir or pump, take the tubing off and
> save it. B I attach the tubing of the resevoir that is still attached to the
> pump. B I fill the canula as I would with a new site. B This allows me to
use
> all the insulin without having to mix old and new. B I'm sure I also save
> some insulin by not filling the tubing as often. When my resevoir is empty,
> I fill a new one. Then I attach the tubing I had saved. B I go through the
> full new resevoir process. I just attach it to the site that was already
> started. B I don't use as many resevoirs that way either. I have a little
> calender in with my supplies where I record which day I change resevoir,
> site and sensor. B It works pretty slick.
>
> Babs Moffett
> pumping 14 years, Diabetic49 years .
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