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Fri Oct 17 19:00:53 1997
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Date: Fri, 17 Oct 1997 18:56:27 -0700 (PDT)
From: Rosalind Mincher <email @ redacted>
Subject: Re: [IP] no delivery alarm
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Hi. Oh oh, not again. That's awful. My catheter has not gone in 
crooked after that first time. When mine crinks and I get minimal 
delvery I guess, the alarm doesn't sound. I called the pump people 
and he had me run some tests to check the alrm. If you think you 
were out of insulin and the alarm didn't sound maybe you could call 
the pump manufacturer and they could ruun you through the paces they 
did me. I think it should alarm even at minimal delivery. I never 
called back to ask about why it didn't alrm when I was crinked. I 
should have. I hope you are feeling better now, being way out of 
rnge like that is no fun. Good luck, Roz