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Re: [IP] White Spot in Tubing, should I be concerned?

At 05:31 PM 5/30/1999 -0400, you wrote:
>Hi,  When doing my morning inspection of my site and pump, I noticed a small
>(1/8 inch) white spot in the tubing, right at the junction of the plastic
>end where it screws onto the syringe.  Almost as if it was stretched or
>crimped during the night.  I did not hear any no delivery alarms, and the
>pump does not show that any were activated.  I unconnected at the QR and
>primed and insulin is still moving through the line.  My PP  BG  is 86,
>right on target, but the white spot bothers me.  Should I be concerned?
>David  Type 1 {LADA}  (who LOVES his MM 507c Insulin Pump)
>Assimilated into the Borg Collective on May 3, 1999, at 1200 hours
>Insulin Pumpers website http://www.insulin-pumpers.org/
>for mail subscription assistance, contact: HELP@insulin-pumpers.org

>From my exp. in pumping i have ALOT of little white spots in my tubing just
like you explained.  mainly because of streching and just wear and tear.
if you are still moving the insulin threw good i would say just keep
pumping and whatch those  BG's.


Brian Carter
ICQ # 27217438
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