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Re: [IP] Re: Problems of a new pumper- Pat Springall's response

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Linda: Opps! Forgot to mention that I used a quick release..when I take my set
out, I found I had a small leakage.. that's why I leave it in for an hour or
Hope this help clarify things.

email @ redacted wrote:

> I've been wondering about the practice of leaving the old set in for an hour
> after starting a new one.  I presume you have quick released it?  Or do you
> possibly disconnnect at the reservoir and leave the tubing?   Pat?  Any
> insulin remaining in the needle wouldn't be pumped in, would it?   Does it
> have to do with the channel that the insulin was being injected into closing
> over so none comes out?
> Just curious.
> Linda Zottoli
> Insulin-Pumpers website http://www.bizsystems.com/Diabetes/

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Insulin-Pumpers website http://www.bizsystems.com/Diabetes/