Re: [IPk] continuing issue with occlusion alarms
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- Subject: Re: [IPk] continuing issue with occlusion alarms
- From: Diana Maynard <email @ redacted>
- Date: Sun, 17 Apr 2011 18:18:59 +0100
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That doesn't make sense to me, because the amount of force needed tp
push the reservoir in is different when via the pump or if you do it
manually - I mean, you might be pushing it through manually harder than
the pump would do automatically.
I had a problem with occlusion alarms when i used our of date reservoirs
once and there wasn't enough lubricant. I could push the infsulin
through manually but the force from the pump wasn't enough to push it
On 17/04/2011 16:15, R Martin wrote:
> Animas USA has had me disconnect the pump, remove the cartridge and manually
> push through insulin. Since that worked she reckons it's not the cartridge or
> Eventually she suggested that I change the site again, note position of site
> when the occlusions occur in case it is a problem with scar tissue.
> If the problem occurs again, I've to call back.
> So site change completed, not tubing or cartridge and off I go again :-)
> Thanks for the suggestions.
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