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Re: [IPk] continuing issue with occlusion alarms

Yes definitely Rhoda...we always do this...

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-----Original Message-----
From: "R Martin" <email @ redacted>
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Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2011 10:20:57 
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Subject: RE: [IPk] continuing issue with occlusion alarms

Yes, insert the blue plastic what-do-you-call-it when you open the cartridge
pack, and push the cartridge up and down and twist it a couple of times to
make sure the lubricant on the cartridge is spread everywhere to ensure ease
of delivery when in the pump.

Worth checking the Animas handbook for this.


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Sent: 19 April 2011 10:14
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Subject: Re: [IPk] continuing issue with occlusion alarms

 Think I've missed some of this thread but you are supposed to lubricate the
Animas cartridge??

------Original Message------
From: Diana Maynard
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Sent: 19 Apr 2011 08:56

Do you normally lubricate the reservoir in this way? It's one of the 
standard things you should do with a new reservoir (at least, for 
Medtronic pumps). I can't believe Animas reservoirs are different in 

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