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Re: [IP] German Doctor treating neonates with diabetes

email @ redacted wrote:
>  While he is a proponent for neonates and
> babies using the pump, he wrote back to the mother telling her he feels the
> pump is far too dangerous for toddlers who are crawling around .

Seems I saw a little "backpack" harness in the MiniMed accessory catalog
-- if the pump is back there, the curious toddler fingers couldn't get
to it!

And toddlers don't USUALLY fall on their backs.

I'm imagining the set would have to be seriously taped down, too -- if
the child can get into their clothes, they might play with the set. 

But I don't THINK it would be an insoluble problem!

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