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Re: [IPk] Dexcom sensors and travelling



Same way as you transport your insulin perhaps?
Di

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> On 5 Feb 2014, at 21:39, Ruth Gibbins <email @ redacted> wrote:
> 
> Hi all, I wonder if anyone can give me some advice:- I was recently on a trip
> abroad in 35 degrees heat, I had inserted my new sensor the day before
 > travelling, and all was going to be fine for 2 weeks, however on the first
day I
> yanked it off after showering!
> 
> Now I hadn't taken a spare with me because I was concerned about transporting
> it in the heat, so I had to manage for two weeks without a sensor. Can anyone
 > give me any hints or tips on the best way to transport a sensor - should I
use a
> cool bag? It says on the box to store between 2 and 25 degrees C.
> 
> I will definitely be taking a spare on my next trip!
> 
> Ruth
> 
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