From New Fairfield, Connecticut, USA:
When my daughter was using injections I stored open insulin in the refridgerator. She is now using a pump, and I make three cartridges at a time, but I do not store them in the fridge. I can't remember why I changed my routine. Should I go back to storing cartridges in the fridge?
I checked with the folks at your daughter's insulin pump company who say to keep them in the refrigerator.
Last Updated: Tuesday April 06, 2010 15:09:36
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