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Re: [IPp] Re: Soaking in bath tub

Stephanie can't use those as she is allergic to the adhesive, her skin
always broke out under it and she said she didn't much care for the way it
felt.  But hopefully this will work for you.

mom to Stephanie, age 13, dx'd at 4
pumping since 8/11/03 (COZMO)
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From: email @ redacted
Date: 01/11/05 11:28:21
To: email @ redacted
Subject: Re: [IPp] Re: Soaking in bath tub

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In a message dated 1/11/2005 2:20:41 PM Eastern Standard Time,
email @ redacted writes:

Tell me  more about the IV 3000 patch. Does it go on before or after the
dressing?? Where can I get it?? For some reason, we have trouble with
sites coming undone around the edges-probably because of clothing  rubbing
Maybe this would help us.

Thank  you,

It should definitely help.  YOu can order the IV-3000 patches along  with
your other diabetic supplies if you order from a supply company.  They  are
  greatfor us. We tried Tegaderm which did not work for us at all. I prepare
son's site with IV prep first, then cut a little hole in the patch  for the
  needle to go through and apply the patch to the skin after the IV prep has
  Then I insert the cannula through the hole in the patch and  stick the
to the patch.  It will not come off.  Sometimes the  edges of the IV-3000
  patch start coming up, but not much. In the summer, we need to spray those
with spray bandaid because he does so much  swimming.  Works like a charm.

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