From Jefferson, Ohio, USA:
My daughter has scar tissue at injection sites. Her specialist gave me some information on Insuflon, and I would like to know if you have any information (if the patient likes it, chance of infection, etc). I would just like a little more knowledge before calling the medical company.
The Insuflon is a subcutaneous catheter similar to what is used with a pump, that can be used for all insulin injections for two or three days before it has to be replaced. It is very popular in some parts of the country.
Original posting 15 May 2003
Posted to Blood Tests and Insulin Injections
Last Updated: Tuesday April 06, 2010 15:09:46
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