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[IPk] Oops

You are probably right, Di.  I saw "Tender" and thought "Sof-Set"--"my bad,"
as they say.  As far as I know, the sets are only marketed as "Silhoutte" in
the US.  I may be mistaken about that too; if so, oh well!  Thanks for the

Melissa Ford

M.A. student, Theology
University of the South
Sewanee, Tenn.

----- Original Message -----
From: Diana Maynard
Sent: Monday, April 23, 2001 4:43 AM
To: email @ redacted
Subject: Re: [IPk] Re: sites

> Re sets:
> I have always been told that I should remove a set after 72 hours.  I
> get about 100 hrs., but past that I get the itchy red bump.  I use
> which I prefer to Tenders.  The Silhouttes adhere to me better and I can
> where the cannula goes in.  I also had my one mega-infection when using a
> Tender set.  Bad memories!

I thought a Silhouette was exactly  the same as a Tender (just made by a
different company). or do they use a different tape?
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