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[IPp] Disetronic Ultraflex infusion sets



My daughter, Amelia, age 8 3/4's! has been using the Ultraflex sites for
about one year.  Before Ultraflex we used tenders which were very
intimidating to Amelia.  The ultraflex has worked very well for Amelia. 
They disconnect easy, stick well, are easy to insert.  I like that they
go straight in.  We have never had one fail upon insertion.  They usually
last 2-3 days for Amelia, and we are hoping it will  be 3-4 with a switch
to Novolog.  She using the iv 3000 to cover the ultraflex for swimming. 
We cut a small hole in the middle and slide it over.  This way, she can
still disconnect and have a pump break!

Cheri McCurdy

ate: Sun, 30 Jun 2002 20:36:09 +1200
From: "Suzanne Clarke" <email @ redacted>
Subject: [IPp] Disetronic Ultraflex infusion sets

Hi there,

Michael has been pumping for about 2 1/2 months now. We have got a
Disetronic Htron which we love. We are using 6mm rapid infusion sets. I
finding that once the wee metal needle has been removed we are left with
red lump which takes awhile to go away. As Michael is only 7 his tummy
isn't very big so we want to have old sites heal quickly. I don't know
we are getting these wee lumps, didn't get them in the early days of
pumping. I have just had a look at the Disetronic website and noticed a
infusi! on set called the Ultraflex, it must be reasonably new as it
there last time I looked (not that long ago!!). Anyway I am just
if there is anyone out there who has had similar problems - if so how did
you solve the problems and also is anyone using the Disetronic Ultraflex
what your thoughts are on it?? Any advice/information/thoughts would be
appreciated. Thanks.

Suzanne, Canterbury New Zealand, mum of Michael 7, D dxd 08/99, coeliacs
04/00,pumping 04/02, Daniel 9, wife of Paul.



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