Frequently Asked Questions
What Types of Insulin Can Be Used in a Pump Reservoir?
All types of insulin can be used in an insulin pump reservoir, including rapid-acting and long-acting insulins. However, it's important to follow the pump's instructions provided by your particular brand or model.
How Often Should I Replace My Insulin in the Pump Reservoir?
Generally, most manufacturers recommend replacing your insulin in the pump's reservoir and the infusion set every 48 hours. This ensures that the insulin is fresh and less likely to be contaminated. It's important to follow the instructions provided by your particular brand or model for specific replacement guidelines.
Can I Travel With My Insulin Pump Reservoir?
Yes. It is recommended that you carry extra supplies with you when traveling, in case you run out of parts or need to replace damaged items while on your journey. Additionally, it is best practice to store all equipment in an insulated carrying case or container throughout your travels, as extreme temperatures could affect the accuracy and efficiency of your device.
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