[IP] Anna Arcuri's choice of pump
> From: email @ redacted
> [mailto:email @ redacted]On Behalf Of Anna Arcuri
> Sent: Thursday, May 15, 2003 1:03 PM
> To: email @ redacted
> Subject: [IP] D-Tron Plus....good buy?
> I'm still deciding which pump to buy for me and my son. I'm leaning
> the D-Tron Plus. I had clinical Services Manager come to my house to show
> me the pump. I know her because she too is T1 and we have the same Endo.
> What I like about it is that I get 2 pumps for the price of 1. What I
> like about it is the size. All other features seem to be ok.
> I would like to get some feed back from D-Tron Plus users. What do you
> and dislike about your pump and are you happy with your choice?
> I wouldn't mind getting some info from other pump users what made you
> on the pump you have
In response to your request for comments from pump users, I have been pumping
for the last eight years. I'm currently using a Disetronic D-Tron Plus and I
am very pleased with this pump. It is highly reliable, has all the features I
desire, etc. Don't let the size discourage you, after a short time, you'll
get use to it and won't notice the size. Besides, it is not all that big. If
size really matters, go with the Dana Diabetec II pump, it is the smallest
Go to www.diabetesnet.com and review all the pumps on the market today (seven
different models). There are at least two more pumps entering the U.S. market
this year. Do your own investigation and you will find that the three top
choices are: Deltec Cozmo, Disetronic D-Tron Plus, and Animas IR-1000. Due to
the success of these pumps, MiniMed must be loosing market share rapidly.
The only other pump I would personally consider is the Deltec Cozmo. It has
more useful features than any pump, especially for someone just starting to
pump. But, for me, an experienced pumper, I'm very glad I chose the
Disetronic D-Tron Plus.
If you have any questions I might be able to answer, let me know.
Good luck and best regards,
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