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Skins For Insulin Pumps
- (Insulin pump) The insulin pump is a medical device used for the administration of insulin in the treatment of diabetes mellitus, also known as continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion therapy.
- (insulin pump) an insulin-delivering device about the size of a deck of cards that can be worn on a belt or kept in a pocket. An insulin pump connects to narrow, flexible plastic tubing that ends with a needle inserted just under the skin.
- (Insulin Pump) A small device (often mistaken for a pager by people who are still living in the 90s) that continuously delivers fast-acting insulin subcutaneously. See also: plastic pancreas.
- The thin layer of tissue forming the natural outer covering of the body of a person or animal
- (skin) clamber: climb awkwardly, as if by scrambling
- A container made from the skin of an animal such as a goat, used for holding liquids
- (skin) a natural protective body covering and site of the sense of touch; "your skin is the largest organ of your body"
- (skin) an outer surface (usually thin); "the skin of an airplane"
- The skin of a dead animal with or without the fur, used as material for clothing or other items
skins for insulin pumps - Mastisol Liquid
Mastisol Liquid Adhesive - 2 oz
Mastisol can save time and money by reducing or eliminating: Secures Insulin Pump Site ? Infections caused by wound closure strips peeling off ? Surgical drape slippage ? Unscheduled dressing changes ? Spontaneous or accidental extubations ? Dislodged IVs Detachol Adhesive Remover can be used to remove Mastisol from the skin. Mastisol Liquid Adhesive is a clear, non-irritating, non-water-soluble liquid adhesive that secures even the most difficult dressings for an extended period of time. One 2 fl. oz Bottle (59 mL) Mastisol® is latex-free. Detachol Adhesive Remover can be used to remove Mastisol from the skin.
33/365 Wearing My Heart & Hero on my Sleeve...
My friend's mom had this one made for me. I adore this hoodie! It says Nick Jonas on the sleeves and has the JB crest on the chest and a HUGE JB crest on the back! I have JB crest guitar pick earrings AND Phineas, my insulin pump has a black skin with little golden JB crests...do I detect a pattern here? :) Needless to say, as just another type 1 diabetic I am so grateful to have someone as amazing, as talented, as inspiring, and as handsome ;) as Nick Jonas to look up to. On bad 'betes days, when I'm in a middle of a, what I'd like to call, "a 'betes grump session", sometimes I don't want to talk to anyone, or want anyone to hug me....I just want to sit down, put my headphones on and listen to A Little Bit Longer or any other Nick J song...I feel hugged in that moment....hugged by someone that just gets it. That understands. Cause...you know...non-D folks just "don't know what it's like to feel so low" sometimes. Yay for: inspiration Yay for: comfort Yay for: 'betes buddies ;) So tell me, what gets you out of a 'betes grump session? PS: my pump's peaking out in my hoodie pocket haha! I clip it there sometimes when I'm at home, but it's usually chillin in my butt pocket :)
My eight year old daughter 'the future engineer' has Type-1 Diabetes and just started using the Omnipod. The system has two main components- the Insulin reservoir / pump seen above- which is coupled with a wireless controller. This particular part is disposable (recyclable now- good.) and only designed to be used for 72 hours before it is replaced. The following pictures are what we found when my daughter wanted to 'take it apart' to see how it works. Proud Dad moment #1- nobody has to suggest opening up a gadget and seeing what makes it tick to me twice. It was dissected in the kitchen moments later. This unit was one of our training devices and only pumped Saline for three days- she is on it for real as of this morning. The overall view shows the Insulin reservoir (bottom right) along with the motor that controls the pump. When the gear wheel to the left of the reservoir is rotated by hand the drive screw plunges the stopper in and Saline is forced through the cannula tube. In the center you can also see a heavy spring that I assume is the force that deploys the firing mechanism that sets the cannula under the skin. At the top is the battery compartment.
skins for insulin pumps
Revolutionary alternative to traditional alcohol prep pads and swabs. Scientifically formulated to kill 99.9% of germs on contact and continue to eliminate bacteria for hours after use. Designed for use before and after injections, blood glucose testing and insulin pump application. Does not compromise blood glucose testing results. Contains healing Aloe Vera and small amounts of alcohol making it far gentler and less drying than alcohol-based gels or swabs. Economical. 3 pack. 4 ounce Spray Bottles.