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Re: [IPk] more pump questions



I've not experienced this, but I'm guessing that the white stuff is white 
blood cells.

Eleanor

>
>That's interesting.
>I think I've noticed it every time with the Sofsets. Certainly never
>with the Sils but I attributed that to the Sofsets being deeper than
>the Sils (it only comes about halfway up the cannula).
>
>Anyone else had this? I'd love to know what it actually is. I know,
>it's a bit gross....
>Di
>
> > Aha! I have very occasionally noticed this, but it's quite rare for me.
> > It's always coincided with periods of great stress - either illness or
> > visiting parents-in-law etc. Sometimes the white stuff actually blocks 
>the
> > cannula and causes a No Delivery alarm. It seems to be some extra 
>response
> > by the body's immune system to physically isolate a foreign body.
> > Silhouette and SofSet cannulas are made from different materials, so 
>might
> > elicit different responses.
> >
> > John
> >
> >
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