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[IP] bubbles, tiny bubbles

For those magical bubbles, my trick is to prefill the reservoir cartridge 
for the nest time when I change sets.  Then, I get the opportunity to know
out bubbles twice - and there are always a few

>From: email @ redacted (insulin-pumpers-digest)
>To: email @ redacted
>Subject: insulin-pumpers-digest V5 #513
>Date: Wed, Oct 17, 2001, 10:10 AM

> Finally went in to see the CDE who said he thought he had figured out my
> problem.  Sure enough, we went step by step thru the filling of the pump and
> when I came to priming the tubing, I was holding it in my hand longways,
> which of course caused whatever tiny bubble that were in the cartridge to
> stay there rather than getting primed out.  DAHHHHHHHH
> Try setting your pump on the end with the tubing facing upward.  When you
> prime it, the bubbles are all primed out and you will have a very tight seal.
> I could have hugged the guy, didn't even bill me for the time at the DM
> center in the hospital.  
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