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Great Response

July 5, 2011

On Sunday, we headed up to “the lake” for a family party.  (More to come on the fun times of that later.)  I was talking to my aunt’s sister, who is a pharmacist in a local hospital.  Recently this hospital started putting together a pump policy for when patients come in, headed by the diabetes educator.  From my understanding, one of the surgeons asked about taking it off during surgery.  The response: “Do you turn off a pancreas during surgery.”   It made me laugh, and it made the room understand that we need our pumps.

 

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  1. July 6, 2011 1:46 PM

    What a great smart-A response from that surgeon! Love it! It’s pretty cool the hospital is putting a pump policy in place. Makes me wonder what our local hospitals have, and I’m going to investigate that when there’s time. Thanks for sharing this!

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