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Re: [IPk] New Accucheck pump



Hi Ruth,

Thank you.
it is good to hear the CGM was the best thing you have ever spent your
money on.  I am just wondering how much the initial outlay was for the kit?
 Then as you say #117 a month to pay for the sensors and the transmitter.

Thank you for your help.

Chris


On 24 March 2014 21:39, Ruth Gibbins <email @ redacted> wrote:

> Hi Jonathan,
>  Yes I am funding dexcom myself, alongside the accucheck pump. I started
> to miss
> a few hypos and seeing as I work and my hospital did not fund CGM, and my
> husband goes abroad on business occasionally we thought it was important
> to have
> it.
>
>  One of the best things I ever spent money on! Once the initial outlay for
> the
> kit was paid, I put aside #117 a month to pay for the sensors and the
> transmitter when it needs replacing. The sensors last around 23 to 28 days
> each.
> Ruth
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