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Re: [IP] Dead Pump - Need suggestions for choosing replacement



 I am on my third Medtronic pump. Love it (not sure why so many people on here
have a problem with them). Only ever had great service with them.

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 > On May 31, 2016, at 1:40 PM, Barry Borror
<email @ redacted> wrote:
> 
> I have had my combo for about a year and half. Love it because of the bolus
 > calculator and actually love tubing as it gives such flexibility in where to
put
 > the pump. Of course I am a 64 year old guyb and I know there are differences
in
> how men and women percieve things.B
> 
> SentB fromB myB BlackBerryB 10B smartphone.
> B  Original Message B 
> From: Sue's Gmail
> Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2016 12:14 PM
> To: email @ redacted
> Reply To: email @ redacted
> Subject: [IP] Dead Pump - Need suggestions for choosing replacement
> 
 > My One Touch Ping went belly up while swimming in 4 feet of water. It is 5
1/2
> years old. I had been holding on hoping that a new pump would come on the
> market
 > that was exciting. Since I no longer have the luxury of time. I need to make
a
> quick decision. I hate the ping. The button response time is way to long. The
 > scroll speed is way to fast. I have to input the calculated amount for a
bolus
 > rather than just accepting the suggested amount. I canbt do a temporary
bolus
> from the meter. I am considering the Accu-Chek Combo. I am somewhat concerned
 > with the size difference. I often put my pump in my bra and I just barely
have
 > enough to hide the ping. If any of you have a pump you absolutely love or
have
 > switched fro a ping to an Accu-Chek or vice-versa, please give me any
comments.
> I hope to place the order in about 24-48 hours. Thanks
> 
> 
> Sue L Clements
> 3200 Kiltie Lane
> Birmingham, AL 35242
> (205) 383-6007
> email @ redacted
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