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Re: [IPk] Patient Choice



Thanks for that.  I'll use the pump's forthcoming 4th birthday (April)
as a good point to ask for one of the new experimental ones, and then go
to something else if that doesn't cut the mustard.

Cheers,

Pat


In message <001901c50dc6$c4f121b0$email @ redacted>, John Davis
<email @ redacted> writes
>Hi Pat,
>
>Under normal circumstances you would be able to change your pump when the 
>4yr warranty has expired.
>
>However, if your existing pump is no longer doing it's job for you, for 
>whatever reason, there would be a case for changing it now. You would need 
>to discuss the matter with your consultant. It is within his/her power to 
>have your pump changed.
>
>Remember, the final decision for all funding, or provision of insulin pumps 
>rests with the consultant, not the PCT.
>
>Regards.
>
>John Davis 
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