I know it's not approved for kids, but is anyone interested in this option? I'm going to ask about it at our next endo appointment. We had one of those days yesterday where even though bolus history was fine, my daughter went from 90 at breakfast to 380+ and got stuck (so who knows - bubble in tubing, weird pump issue that didn't generate an occlusion alarm, bad carb count, hormones?). She ended up needing a 225% (+125%) temp basal for several hours and 7 units of insulin to get her back to a decent number - way more than her correction factor says it should have taken. And it took a relatively long time to get there because while I'm aggressive with corrections, I had to do it in a couple of waves for fear of her tanking. I think Afreeza could be so useful for times like these to just break the high quickly and get out of her system quickly, so she can deal with the remaining (hopefully more responsive) high without worrying about stacking insulin. So, maybe a once a month add on . . . not a regular insulin, just a tool.