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Re: [IPp] Adhesive allgery



Suzanne,

OUr daughter gets a rash after each site change also.  May I ask where you
get this pump stuff that works for you?

Thanks in advance

----- Original Message -----
From: "Suzanne Clarke" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Tuesday, October 08, 2002 5:31 PM
Subject: [IPp] Adhesive allgery


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> Hi Susan,
>
> Just wondering if you have seen the allergist yet and if so, how did it
go.
> Also thought I would tell you about a spray someone recently put me on to.
> It is called 3M Cavilon No Sting Barrier Film 3346 - this particular form
of
> it comes in a 28ml pump spray bottle. We have used it for the last 2 site
> changes, spray it on the skin, let dry then put down Op site then needle
> thru that. It has worked really well for us - very little in the way of a
> rash afterwards compared to what we were getting before we tried it. It is
> made by 3M.
>
> Suzanne, Canterbury New Zealand, mum of Michael 7, D dxd 08/99, coeliacs
dxd
> 04/00,pumping 04/02, Daniel 9, wife of Paul.
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