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Hi Zoe

Just to answer your questions....

There is nowhere on the display to tell you how many units remain in a
D-TRON cartridge. this has come up as a query with several users, we know
that it was a useful feature on the H-TRON, but a lot of pump users say that
a quick visual check of the cartridge is often enough for them.

The scroll bolus is really very useful for children or people who are
incredibly sensitive to the insulin...quite often with the H-TRON if we are
putting a small child on I may need to reprogramme the pump to deliver 0.2
of a unit per bolus press for example, this has to be done in the office,
via the pc, and this eliminates the need for this, just further flexibility
for you really.

I hope this helps, if you need to know anything else, please ask away!

Kind regards

-----Original Message-----
From: Zoe <email @ redacted>
To: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
Date: 08 July 2001 17:06

>Hi, I have a question for Estelle or anyone on the D-tron.
>I have finally found an hour to get my D-tron up and running (not easy with
>job and a 2 year old) but have a couple of questions which the quick-start
>manual doesn't explain.
>Firstly, the H-tron always displays the number of units left in the
>- how can I do this on the D-tron ?
>Secondly, what exactly is the scroll bolus? Programming it seems to be
>the same as programming a standard bolus.
>thanks in advance
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