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Re: [IPk] Disetronic vs. Minimed

Dear Michael,

This is an irrelevant discussion, because as per my previous mail, the
protocol relating to the way that the Disetronic pump (in the Uk) works is
due to change as of January next year.  So anybody thinking about purchasing
now, and any existing Disetronic customer in the UK will be made aware of
the new options as soon as they have been confirmed.

Kind regards

-----Original Message-----
From: Michael <email @ redacted>
To: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
Date: 20 November 1999 21:01
Subject: Re: [IPk] Disetronic vs. Minimed

>> >
>> > > As I understand it, yes, I'm sure John will correct me if I'm wrong.
>> > > No, the MM carries on until it breaks down, essentially. The D is
>> > > presumably designed like this to limit the likelihood of it breaking
>> > > down while in use. Di
>> >
>> > You return it to the factory for a checkup and they will re-energize
>> > it.
>> > email @ redacted
>> But unless I am mistaken, you don't get it back again.
>> Di
>Will the D rep on the list please clarify this.
>email @ redacted
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