The Patient's Voice: Education

By Jim Meyers, DPC Patient Ambassador
September 4, 2014
 

I will never forget the first time I heard the term, “PKD.”  I was talking to my Father about a recent visit to his doctor.  He told me there was something wrong with his kidneys and he “would probably not live to be a hundred.”  He had been diagnosed with polycystic kidney disease.  5 years later, he passed.  2 years later, I was diagnosed.  I am n

By Linda Gromko, MD and Jane C. McClure, Interior Designer
May 28, 2014

 

This is the last in a four-part series on “Setting up Your Home Dialysis Unit without Feeling like You’re Living in an ICU!” We’ve already covered “Top Ten Considerations,” “Setting Up with Safety First,” and “Designing Your Home Dialysis Unit.” In this entry, we address storage. 

By Linda Gromko, MD and Jane C. McClure, Interior Designer
April 10, 2014
 

This is the third of a four-part series on “Setting Up Your Home Dialysis Unit Without Feeling like You’re Living in an ICU!” We’ve already covered “Top Ten Considerations,” and “Setting Up with Safety First.” In this entry, we discuss the very basics of setting up your unit. Next time, we’ll address storage!

 

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