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Re: [IP] Choosing between Cozmo and MM512

 My daughter Chandler (9, dx'd 6/01) just went on the Paradigm 512 a few weeks
ago. She can get the full 3 days + from the smaller resevoir. She uses about 10
units a day for her basal insulin, and her insulin carb ratios vary from 1/8
(breakfast), 1/12 (lunch) and 1/15 (dinner). And her target is 100, correction
is 50.
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From: "Neil Ginsberg" <email @ redacted>
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Date:  Mon, 8 Sep 2003 15:02:57 -0500

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>> I am a bit disappointed about the water issue, but all in all I am happy
>> with my decision.  No buyers remorse what so ever.
>That's good to know. I think we're going to go with the 512, so I'm glad
>you're happy with it.
>Re. the water issue, our CDE said some time back that they don't recommend
>taking any pump in the water, even though they say they're waterproof,
>because they get cracks and so forth in them. So we weren't going to go
>swimming with it anyway, even though MM hadn't yet come out with the letter.
>But it's important to not have to worry about getting it wet (like in the
>rain, or even a shower), and I think MM still claims it's water resistant.
>> I looked at the other pumps, and the fact that the 512 had a smaller
>> reservoir was a major draw back for me. But in the end, I decided to stay
>So, so far, how many days are you getting out of a reservoir?
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