Welcome to the non-profit Medical Education Institute's Home Dialysis Central blogspot! This page is an umbrella under which Home Dialysis Central staff and guests can share their perspectives about home therapies and what we need to do to raise their profile and enable more people to use them. We'd like your comments as well! Bookmark our site and like us on Facebook! Help us tell the world about home dialysis.
We have a "lifestyle bible" for sale that can help you learn about dialysis options. Help, I Need Dialysis! We also have prepared some slideshows on how to have a good future with kidney disease.
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Connecting While Connected or "Hooking up on Hemo"
Our sexual activities have produced four very special daughters. Lucy did most of the work, I just had the fun part. Two of our girls were born in Florida and the youngest two were born in Colorado. The five-plus decades have all been wonderful. We never
Published on 02/11/2021 by David Crook
Dialysis: The Goal is to Thrive, Not Just Survive
Well, I did make it, and was transferred to La Bonheur Children's Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. It was there after a couple of weeks, that doctors diagnosed me with Lupus, an autoimmune disease, where the body attacks itself.
Published on 02/04/2021 by April McGraw, RN, CNN
Glasgow: Wheelchairs, a Spitfire, and Mackintosh (Not a Raincoat)
Located on the banks of the River Clyde, Glasgow became one of the greatest production centers of heavy engineering and shipbuilding in the world during the 19th Century.
Published on 01/28/2021 by Linda Chiavaroli , Henning Sondergaard and David Rosenbloom
Tags: Other ‘cool stuff’ to help understand dialysis better, Making dialysis better,
ESRD Treatment Choices Model 2021: Opportunities, Challenges, and Clinic List
This post will examine dialysis clinics selected for the Model and challenges some clinics and their patients with Original Medicare may face.
Published on 01/21/2021 by Beth Witten, MSW, ACSW, LSCSW
Tags: Making dialysis better, Education issues: for patients and professionals,
Care Partner? Me? A “Dialysis Tech at Home” for My Loved One? NO WAY!
There’s no way I or we can do this at home, there is too much that can go wrong, I am not a nurse or a dialysis technician
Published on 01/14/2021 by Michael Howington