Nephrology News and Issues has an article about the benefits of travel, as viewed by dialyzors, Pack your Bags
Building a Comprehensive Home Dialysis Program – the Road Home Thursday, October 13, 2016 – Friday, October 14, 2016 Register here
The AAKP 2016 National Patient Meeting will be held September 23-25, 2016. Go here to Register.
Recently, HDU articles and comments were featured in Renalweb, ANNA, and HDC publications. Check out our comments: Dialysis Choice or Dollars? and HDU Comments to Michigan U. on ESRD Patient Reported Outcomes and Patient Centric Measures.
Summertime is for Vacations By Sandra M. Lauriat, M.D., FACP | Posted June 14, 2016 Summertime is here and if you are like most people, you are ready for a break from the hustle and bustle of your daily routine. Vacation anyone? But what if you are a dialysis patient? Can you still take a vacation? The […]
During the first half of 2016 Home Dialyzors United’s Board of Directors have exhibited at conferences, attended summits and symposiums, and spend several days lobbying on Capitol Hill talking about kidney issues with legislators. Below are the links to all the activities we participated in: Exhibited at Annual Dialysis Conference Exhibited at National Kidney Foundation Spring Clinicals […]
Thursday, May 28, 2015 The “We’re Back in the Midwest! Well in Illinois!”, edition. Good morning! Whew! Yesterday was a long day. And despite the time change, I am up at 5:30 AM. Except it’s Central time instead of Pacific time. Go figure. Well, yesterday was travel day. We went to Champaign, Illinois with […]
In Rural States Policy Changes To Improve Access To Home Dialysis Are Vital
The adventures of a dialyzor, with helpful tips along the way Journey of a Lifeline
I suggest packing a separate large ziploc bag of supplies for each treatment planned during your vacation. (Some centers will include these in your supply orders, so ask.) Then all you have to do is grab the bag for that day’s treatment and set up and go. Amount of supplies will vary depending on patient […]