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Re: [IP] 160

If you're using the MiniMed, you have to take the adaptor out -- there's
a short-fill and a long-fill -- the difference is a little gizmo inside
the compartment that holds the neck of the syringe inside the pump. If
you take that gizmo out, then the neck of the syringe goes at the edge
of the compartment, and you can fill it with 300 units. 

There is a special tool to do that -- it came with the pump when it was
new, and if you didn't throw it away, you can use it -- otherwise, call
MiniMed and ask them for another one.

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