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Re: [IPp] priming



I wouldn't think so.  All canula's would need to be primed I would think, to
take up the air space in the empty tubing.

What kind of set are you using?

Susan

Cindy Lattimer wrote:

> You know, I was never even told to do any of this.  I was told to prime
> the needle until we see the drop of insulin, insert, then go on our merry
> little way.  Is the paradigm different?
>
> Cindy
>
> >From: email @ redacted >Reply-To: email @ redacted
> >To: email @ redacted >Subject: [IPp] priming >Date: Wed, 7 Aug 2002
> 22:53:27 EDT > >no this is after insertion and you remove the needle
> part, you have to fill >the canula that the needle was in, it has no
> insulin in it as the needle was >primed, but now isn't there. >some
> canulas are longer than others depending on the set. comforts need
> >around .7 to fill the canula only and not give insulin to the child.
> >some children would drop bad if given the 1.0 that some were told to
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