Re: [IP] Re: Unused Medtronic Supplies
I have no coverage for CGM, and would like to get any parts (or supplies)
needed. [I have had BS go up to 372 from 82 8 hours into fasting before a
surgery -- an hour after testing the BS at 82!]. So for days which could be
stressfull, or different activity I need to know if BS is going up or down.
So any parts that can be used for a CGM would be extremely helpful.
-- Happy New Year !!
On Tue, Dec 31, 2013 at 1:45 PM, Steven Schoch <
schoch6+email @ redacted> wrote:
> There are several people on this list who would like some of these. I will
> send them for the cost of postage. You can pay me with PayPal or Bitcoin.
> In my last message I forget to list two other things I no longer need:
> A half-used box of IV3000; and
> One and a half boxes of Tegaderm HP
> The new enLite sensors have their own sticky tape, which is much smaller,
> but still works much better than an IV3000 and is much less painful to
> remove than a Tegaderm HP.
> Here's my list of people so far:
> Bob Tuerck lost his transmitter, so I'll send him one. Bob, may I also
> recommend the Tegaderm HP? It holds very well.
> Adam Brock would like one or more of the holsters
> Alan Segal did not specify which item(s) he wants.
> Bo has no insurance - he said he can use everything on my list.
> Liliana Wells suggested that Michael of insulin-pumpers.org may be able to
> get these supplies to those in need. Thank you for that suggestion, but it
> looks like there is plenty of need in the list above.
> Signe Myhren reminded me that the transmitter and charger are compatible
> with my 530G. Yes, I know that, but I have found that the newer
> transmitters are more reliable than the old ones, and in the past Medtronic
> has shipped replacements quickly when things have failed.
> 1. Does anyone other than Adam need a holster? (not a clip, which I prefer.
> I could keep it around, but I haven't used it in 6 years.)
> 2. Bob, do you need the charger as well? If not, who needs one? How about
> the Tagaderm tape?
> 3. Alan & Bo, which one of you can use the Guardian?
> 4. Who else would like the IV3000 or the Tegaderm?
> On Mon, Dec 30, 2013 at 7:32 PM, Steven Schoch <
> schoch6+email @ redacted> wrote:
> > Since I switched from Medtronic's CGM to a pump in July, and then to the
> > 530G in November, I have some leftover parts that I was wondering what I
> > could do with.
> > They are:
> > 2 MiniLink transmitters (batteries may not be 100% but one still works);
> > 2 spare transmitter chargers;
> > 2 spare Sen-serters;
> > 2 Paradigm 5xx holsters;
> > 1 Guardian, used. (I actually have 2, but I'm keeping one for a while.)
> > (For those of you who don't know, the Minimed Guardian is just like a
> > except it doesn't pump insulin.)
> > --
> > Steve
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