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Re: [IP] Disconnecting
Wendy Anderson wrote:
> I think some people may have misunderstood what I meant in question about
> disconnecting. I understand about being able to disconnect with the Tender
> set but what about the Comfort?
Tenders = Comforts, they're exactly the same thing packaged differently.
I've been told you can't disconnect from
Wrong, exactly the same as the Tenders.
Well obviously you can, you just have to pull the needle right out,
No, Comforts have Teflon canulas just like the Tenders, and neither can be
put back in once you pull it.
My question was if, while using the tender I decide to take the pump
> off for awhile, (for whatever):) can I put it back on using the same set or
> do I need to replace it with a new one?
Absolutely, that's WHY it has a quick disconnect, so you CAN disconnect and
connect up again. I do it with my Comforts all the time, usually 2 syringe
doses (about 100 units) per canula, and 4 per tube.
I have to tell everyone I started
> the pump yesterday! It was a great day! My numbers have never been so
> low!!!!!! I think they have never been so good in all nine years I've had
> Diabetes!!!! AND for the very first time my urine showed no glucose!!
> Unbelievable!!!!! However I was hypo a few times during the night but I just
> spoke to my endo and we changed my basal a bit. Thanks!!!!!!! Wendy
Glad you got started fairly well and like so much, Wendy.
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Type 1 for 42 years, MM506 pump with Comfort sets and Humalog
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