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9+ hours of insulin delivery after my MM722 showed zero units in reservoir

Around noon yesterday I saw that my MM722 showed zero units left in the reservoir. Usually I change before it hits zero...sometimes when it…

Started by John Smith

16 Aug 15, 2009
Reply by Kristin

Animas and DexCom partnership?!?!

I've been invited to an Animas "appreciation dinner". A portion of the invitation is below. What have others heard? I've been on the Ping f…

Started by Bug74

2 Aug 14, 2009
Reply by Mandy

Seeking advice from folks who converted from Minimed to Omnipod

I'm either irritated w/ Minimed b/c of this recall or I'm ready for a new gadget, don't know which but when I got the email from Insulet ab…

Started by Kimberly

19 Aug 14, 2009
Reply by Janet

Black Meter Remote Case Replacement

My daughter uses a ping and is about to start back to school. Since black isn't her color, I was wondering if anyone makes a better looking…

Started by Jimmy Lindsey

6 Aug 14, 2009
Reply by Unicornzzz

Asking for carb menu - no, I'm not on a diet

Okay, my rant for the day! There are times I absolutely hate asking for carb menus. Last night I got that "oh, darling, you don't have to w…

Started by Candice Carr

7 Aug 12, 2009
Reply by Candice Carr

hockey puck pump thing under the skin from the early days of pumping..

A few weeks ago someone posted a link to a newscast from the 70's or 80's. I cannot find it.. but I wanted to show it to a friend.. Help!

Started by Wendy M

4 Aug 12, 2009
Reply by MelissaM

Bolus and Basal

I have looked for this information but maybe I need to look for it in better ways because I'm sure it's there somewhere on the forums or el…

Started by John Smith

5 Aug 12, 2009
Reply by Alessandro

Animas v. MiniMed

Hi, I'm hoping to be on an insulin pump by December. After studying the available pumps, I've narrowed it down to MiniMed and Animas. I re…

Started by Patrick

19 Aug 12, 2009
Reply by FatCatAnna

The Dreaded No Delivery Alarm

I hate them! I've been getting these pretty frequently lately, and today was the last straw!!! Only happens during a bolus. My #'s are ok.…

Started by Di

32 Aug 10, 2009
Reply by HilRE

Does any use Medtronics Real time continuois glucouse monitoring for paradigm 722

I have the cgm for my pump. I have had it for a week and it seems to work sometimes. The other times, it sends my pump into an alarm for a…

Started by Hal Goldstein

14 Aug 10, 2009
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