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Re: [IPk] High BGs - what am I missing?

In a message dated 7/10/2003 9:50:09 PM GMT Daylight Time, 
email @ redacted writes:

> When insulin which has previously been refrigerated is warmed (i.e. taken 
> out 
> of the fridge and kept at room temperature) gases will come out of solution, 
> appearing as bubbles in the cartridge/reservoir/tubing (and of course 
> bubbles 
> in the cartridge will eventually progress to the tubing for a number of 
> reasons).

Before you all correct me: I left out a bit here, meant to say that much of 
the gas will come out of solution at room temperature so it's a good idea to 
 keep insulin at room temp for a while (say 24 hours) before you use it, to
this to happen.  Otherwise it will come out of solution in the 

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