I spent the week in DC, bringing my NxStage and continuing to do extended overnight treatments. I set up for dialysis on Tuesday night, went through the snap and tap and then realized I did not have any drain lines when I went to connect the line from the cartridge. Sigh.
I figured out the a solution (the windows were painted shut so that's not it). To see what I did check out this post on my blog. It comes with an embedded video which is why directly cross posting it here was not an option.
To read all my travel related posts try this link.
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[/FONT][FONT=Times New Roman]Dialysis from the sharp end of the needle
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