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RE: [IPk] Re: bubbles bubbles bubbles!!!

OK, Nanette - mine is a MiniMed Paradigm 512. I find bubbles will mostly 
become a problem towards end of insulin bottle at which stage I try to prime 
out offending critters.

Good luck with yr research.


>From: "Nanette Chana Freedman" <email @ redacted>
>Reply-To: email @ redacted
>To: <email @ redacted>
>Subject: [IPk] Re: bubbles bubbles bubbles!!!
>Date: Sat, 3 Jun 2006 22:22:11 +0200
>I wondered if we could do a little informal survey on bubbles - seems that 
>I am not alone in having the impression that bubbles may be more common 
>with some pumps than others (for whatever reason, maybe shape of 
>cartridges) - if this is the case maybe prospective pumpers might want to 
>be aware of this when choosing pumps, even though for sure there are plenty 
>of users of all the pumps who have no bubble problems.
>I'd be happy to compile a list of people's answers.
>(Cozmo, almost never get bubbles - though having said that, will probably 
>have problems all week!!)
>>Subject: Re: [IPk] bubbles bubbles bubbles!!!
>>Hi Seos
>>I, like you, don't actually insert air but it was mentioned by others
>>earlier in the thread and so I assumed this was being done here by Janet. 
>>find that as I withdraw the needle a certain amount of air goes in to
>>maintain the pressure.  I rarely get bubbles.

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