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Re: [IPk] Mysterious occurrence.... any explanations ?


I have read that Minimed teflon cannulas are a little short and can come
adrift. I use the Disetronic ones (and they are certainly not short!).
However, on my pump training I was told to ensure that I put them in at the
right angle, as they might come out if they were put in at too shallow an


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "R C Martin" <email @ redacted>
To: "email @ redacted org" <email @ redacted>
Sent: Tuesday, October 07, 2003 7:04 PM
Subject: [IPk] Mysterious occurrence.... any explanations ?

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> I've had problems sending mail to the list, for 10 days but hopefully it
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> This was originally sent a week last Monday but for various reasons it
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> How can a cannula be displaced when the site dressing is still firmly in
> situ?
> This happened to me yesterday evening when I was feeling increasingly
> and tested to find my bgs were at 20.9!  Previous test was 8.8 and this
> after a rare pasta treat!
> The cannula was flapping around in the air and the patch was firmly in
> where it had been since the site change on Thursday evening.
> I changed sets and bolused - heavily for me i.e. two separate lots of 4
> units - then my bgs started down and I didn't hypo.
> This morning back to more usual and healthy 5.4mmol/l.
> Anyone else had this happen?  And out of curiosity, how could it?!!!
> Rhoda (who would blame David Blaine except he's in that perspex box over
> London Bridge!"
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