A number of you asked about the OmniPod, so here you go: Below please find the third video in our Liberty Medical series on Insulin Pumping. This one's all about "going wireless" — a personal fetish of mine, as you may know.
Again, this may not be ground-breaking news to you Type A-Personality Type 1 diabetics out there, but it IS new information for many PWDs, who've never had the good fortune to be properly educated about choices of insulin pump models and the like. So there it is.
Look for two more Liberty Medical videos to be unvieled here next week — if you can believe it. I promise I'll change my shirt ;)
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Great video (and series) about the pumps. I like the wireless technology and can't wait for a closed loop system where CGM communicates with Pump and adjusts insulin automatically.You are so right about the lack of education when given a pump. Keep them coming!Thanks.
Video Alert: Insulin Pumps, Part 3 - Going Wireless | Pro Health News|2009-01-09
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