Day 15 in a series: “DIALYSIS”
A few weeks after I had been originally admitted for Covid on Christmas Eve 2020. Tests indicated that my potassium level of was quite high, and I was put on a regular course of dialysis. The treatments would continue at a local dialysis facility for well over a year beyond my eventual release to go home.
Dialysis can also be performed at home via one of two different procedures. We had elected to try peritoneal dialysis, whereby a catheter is inserted in your groin, The outpatient procedure was performed without incident, but the surgeon saw something he didn’t like, and sent a tissue sample off for testing.
NEXT TIME: DAY 16: "MRSA"
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Nick is the Vice-Chancellor of Amherst Theological Seminary, and he has a D. Min. from Amherst Theological Seminary. He has his MA from Liberty University in Marriage and Family Therapy. He is the author of the book: "The Walk Applied: Living the New Creation Life as a Citizen of God's Kingdom in a Secular World". He has also written "The Fasting and Prayer Handbook". Nick has been married to Kathy since 1985, and hey are the proud parents of 3 children.
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