Greg when the women told me this and I searched it I came up with this
"Be Careful Of Dislodged Reservoir Top
One design issue in the Paradigm pump involves the cap on the infusion set that connects it to the reservoir and also holds the reservoir in place. This cap with coarse threading is locked in place with a half turn and is kept in place by only a small indentation in the plastic cap near the end of the threading.
The Paradigm reservoir has nothing to hold it in place, so it floats on top of the advancing driver that normally pushes the plunger inside the reservoir forward. If the cap is noticed to be loose and then retightened with a half turn, most of the insulin that was not delivered during the time the cap was loose will suddenly be delivered. Unlike small amounts of insulin that might be delivered if a Luer lock connection is retightened, this half turn can deliver doses as large as 15 to 20 units, depending on how long the loose cap went unnoticed. Not realizing that this large bolus has already been delivered, the user may proceed to give an additional correction bolus for the high blood sugar. The two large overlapping boluses could cause a severe low blood sugar"
from this article
but I found so many errors in the article like it saying the bolus wizard does not take into account IOB, mine sure does that I came here to ask. This kind of reporting scares people I think. What do you think?
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