Re: [IPk] Replacement pump
That is helpful and agree on the personal preference. Pumping without tubes
is appealing after 4 years of 640g though it has been fine overall. I still
remind myself how the pump has been/ is a game changer for me. Control
better though similar though the work to get there is the big benefit.
On Wed, 3 Jun 2020 at 17:54, Diana G Maynard <
email @ redacted> wrote:
> The Omnipod seems to be very much a Marmite thing - people love it or hate
> For a number of people, they seem to have real problems with insulin
> and high blood sugars as a result - just as some people really donb t get
> with certain infusion sets (Mios and any set inserted with a whanger donb
> t work
> for me as they tend to bend and I get poor insulin delivery - same for a
> of others, but some find they work very well).
> Personally I donb t like the idea of not being able to move it once itb s
> inserted as I do lots of active things where a certain body part is a
> position than others to have the pump!
> But others who are active like it because they donb t have to worry about
> pockets etc.
> As with everything, itb s very individual - every pump has positives and
> negatives so you need to figure out whatb s important for you -
> tubeless, readability, having a separate device (or not) for controlling
> it, CGM
> compatibility and so onb&
> For the record, Ib ve had Medtronic pumps for nearly 25 yearsb&I was
> about to
> switch finally to an Animas pump before they went under!
> > On 3 Jun 2020, at 17:35, Sylvia Home email
> <email @ redacted> wrote:
> > Hi Pat
> > That sounds to be a real positive of the omnipod. Do you know if the
> > battery life is 24-hours? I saw that last night and haven't yet checked
> > it though it didn't sound right.
> > Many thanks
> > Sylvia
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