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[IPp] Re: [loop tubing)



Hi

When we are concerned about too much tubing during activities or anything
else, we just use scotch tape and take a couple round rounds of the tubing
and tape it together.It hangs down but not on the skin with tape.

I was up almost all night so excuse if this makes no sense.
Sunny in Nova Scotia
Jana
----- Original Message -----
From: "Justin and Amy Boswell" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Monday, May 20, 2002 11:48 PM
Subject: RE: [IPp] Novolog testament!


> Yes, all you do is make a loop with the tubing and tape that to their skin
> or use that little plastic clip that comes with the sets?  The loop will
> pull off first by taking the tension placed upon it before the site will
get
> pulled!:O)  I don't use one so maybe someone who is more of an expert can
> elaborate better?  We don't have too much trouble with Riley's sites being
> pulled off (more of a problem in water than anything else!<g>) but I can
see
> how an active little one could easily do this!:O)
>
> Take care,
> Amy-mom to Tyler-9, Riley-6(dx'd 7-1-99&pumping 2 years), Mason-4, Cailin
> Rose-3, & Lane-5 mos
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