Re: [IPk] Consultant appointment
That is very interesting, i didn't realise the consultant had the final say.
I will be interested to see what steps they take after the CGMS on 9th June.
Ellie's hba1c has gone up to 7.9 and she would love the flexability the pump
gives. Essex has not got many on a pump, so this could be an eventful
Many thanks and best wishes
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> Hi Julia
> If you get any problems get on to John Davis or Lesley Jordan. The fact
> both Ellie and Tate have had partial pancreatectomies should mean that
> should both be considered for pumps (to my mind) as frequently blood
> levels are often very difficult to control in these circumstances. The
> (as of course you already know) produces other hormones (as well as
> enzymes) the lack of these other hormones also has an effect on the blood
> glucose control.
> Its your consultant's and your decision and not the PCTs. If the
> says that Ellie has a clinical need for a pump, then PCT have to supply
>> Hi Melissa
>> I know your email was directed at Phil, but my daughter would like a pump
>> and we have an appointment to have CGMS fitted on the 9th June. So your
>> email will also help me put together a strong case for a pump. We have
>> told by the our DSN, we need to prove injections are not working to get
>> funding from our PCT.
>> Many thanks
>> Julia Killengray
>> Ellie Age 11 - 99% pancreatectomy
>> Tate Age 8 - 95% pancreatectomy
>> Both on insulin and digestive enzymes
>> Hospital: St John's, Chelmsford UK
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