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Re: [IPk] no delivery alarms


Obviously I can't speak for Minimed pumps, but surely you should get a 'no
delivery' alarm, whether it be your basal insulin or your bolus delivery
going through, because any insulin not getting through could (potentially)
be a risk.  i would have thought that if you didn't get a no delivery alarm
when your normal basla insulin was going through, then the problem isn't

Or am I misunderstanding you?


-----Original Message-----
From: Diana Maynard <email @ redacted>
To: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
Date: 18 May 1999 10:41
Subject: Re: [IPk] no delivery alarms

>> > Also, since it only happened halfway through a bolus of 2 units, does
>> > mean I might not have been getting all the basal insulin beforehand
>> > it's a much smaller amount it might not have alarmed)? My Bg didn't
>> > to indicate this but I had been to the gym and was running low anyway.
>> You'll pretty much have got all it told you you had got.
>I *knew* you were going to misunderstand me :-)
>What I meant was how do I know if the basal insulin had been going
>through or not, since presumably it wouldn't have alarmed with such
>small doses? Or is it the actual fact of having a larger amount of
>insulin that causes it not to get through, if you see what I mean?
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