What do you do with your infusion set tubing?
I let the tubing hang out
I wrap the tubing around my pump
I wrap the tubing around something else
I stuff the tubing inside clothing
I've tried to organize the tubing but nothing works for me
I got tired of tubing and went back to injections
I got tired of tubing and got an Omnipod
I don't use an insulin pump
Total votes: 327
What do you do with your infusion set tubing?Poll dates: December 23 - 30, 2007
Total Votes: 327
Study after study has shown the benefits of insulin pump therapy, so more and more CWD families use pumps. One challenge pump users have is what to do with the infusion set tubing. Just over one-third (36%) of CWD users let the tubing hang out, and about the same number (38%) stuff it inside their clothing. A small number wrap it around something. These are very similar to the results from last year.
A small but growing number of pump users who struggle with tubing are switching to the OmniPod, which is a patch-like pump that has no tubing.
Last Updated: Tuesday December 08, 2009 12:36:00
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