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Re: [IPk] Finally got pluged in to my MiniMed Pump. 08/10/01



We do the pumpys, one is a soft toy mascot and the other is identical but
really clever because you, he's soft and cuddly to but you can actually put
your pump in him, for sleeping,. etc, the pumpy seals at the top with
velcro, and they're great for kids....or big kids...:)


-----Original Message-----
From: Diana Maynard <email @ redacted>
To: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
Date: 15 October 2001 14:27
Subject: Re: [IPk] Finally got pluged in to my MiniMed Pump. 08/10/01


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>On Monday 15 October 2001 14:22, you wrote:
>> >He has an insulin pump? Where? I've never noticed it on mine!!!
>>
>> Sorry, Di, I never pointed it out - but it's Max's raison d'etre! It's in
>> the abdominal area,  I think on the left side. But if you feel up Max's
>> belly, you should be able to feel a rectangular object somewhere around
his
>> waist. Happy searching!
>>
>> elizabeth
>
>Oh no! All this time and I never knew he had a pump!!!
>
>> p.s. Disetronic have some sort of pump mascot as well.
>I think it's called Pumpy  but I cant' remember what it is exactly :-)
>
>Di
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