4/7 Chip AMPS 67 +3 54 +6 55 +9 55 PMPS 65 +2 57

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  1. Dale 'n' Chip

    Dale 'n' Chip Well-Known Member

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    Had a new Terumo syringe today with markings off by 0.5 U. :shock:

    I roughly over-draw to the markings before using the calipers. I thought WOW this is way off.

    I rechecked the setting twice and then noticed the zero line was 0.5U above the hub. :eek:

    I don't know how I ever did this without calipers. :?:

    Actually I really didn't. Chip was never regulated until after that trip to Harbor Freight. @-)

    Chip's 4/3
     
  2. Wendy&Neko

    Wendy&Neko Senior Member Moderator

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    Re: 4/7 Chip AMPS 67 +3 54 +6 55

    Chip is looking nice and flat today. :D

    Wow on the syringe being out that much. :shock: I'm using BD's and the most they've been out is about .3 unit. But I celebrated the other day when I opened a new package and the markings actually seem to be right on this batch. :eek: I was fine without calipers when Neko was a big sipper but they sure make a difference now in accuracy.
     
  3. Dale 'n' Chip

    Dale 'n' Chip Well-Known Member

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    Re: 4/7 Chip AMPS 67 +3 54 +6 55 +9 55 PMPS 65

    Maybe too flat?

    Just Levemir... but sometimes I wonder. :mrgreen:
     
  4. tortie58

    tortie58 Well-Known Member

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    Re: 4/7 Chip AMPS 67 +3 54 +6 55 +9 55 PMPS 65

    Awww Dale, never too flat! It's lovely to see that green pasture!
     
  5. Dale 'n' Chip

    Dale 'n' Chip Well-Known Member

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    Re: 4/7 Chip AMPS 67 +3 54 +6 55 +9 55 PMPS 65

    It's just that his usual LC apparently isn't moving him much at all. @-)
     
  6. Dale 'n' Chip

    Dale 'n' Chip Well-Known Member

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    These really are perfect Levemir curves. :cool:
     
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