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Re: [IPk] Re: Air bubbles in the Luer Lock

> >She is a very new user and she gets air bubbles actually in the luer 
> >lock.  

If the bubble is large, the surface tension will prevent it from 
entering the infusion line -- it will just sit there perfectly 
harmless. If it ever does manage to get into the tube, she can just 
bolus it out by disconnecting the set release when the bubble gets 

Her high morning bg's probably have nothing to do with this. Usually 
this is an indication of a basal profile that needs to be adjusted. 
Either an undetected night time low or dawn effect. Carefully 
checking basal requirements as described in Pumping Insulin or the 
on-line HOWTO's can identify this kind of problem.
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