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[IP] Re: Paradigm Reservoir Question



> > One-half inch is one unit of insulin, therefore the 43" tubing
> > uses about 22
> > units of insulin. The standard Luer Lock also uses about 20 units of
> > insulin. (~_^)
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> Wouldn't that mean a 43" tubing would use 86 units?  Maybe 1"  1/2 a unit?
>

Yeppers! I got it backwards, One inch is a half unit. Sooooo sorry. Glad you
caught it. And yes, there is no Luer Lock on a Paradigm. (~_^)

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