Clinic notes are nothing more than a record of what is discussed when you are at doctors’ visits. When you have a chronic illness and/or multiple doctors, it’s important that you keep your own accurate records of what you discussed.
Find a link for this book in our Amazon Store: CLICK HERE. I first saw this book on the shelf of a pain clinic nurse when Tony was in for an assessment. I looked at it and said, ‘How doctors
April is ‘Organ Donor Awareness’ Month. We’re falling behind in BC – so the ‘Tie One On’ challenge is officially ‘on’. Can we break 1 Million registered organ donors by the end of April? I *know* we can. #EliminateTheWait
You’re statistically more likely to require an organ transplant than to be a donor. Could you afford it?
Tony’s been on the transplant list for 2 weeks. It seems like forever. These are the Top 10 Reasons Tony & Beth would like the phone to ring.
Tony has officially been ACTIVELY LISTED for a double lung transplant at Vancouver General Hospital.
As he was a lad back in the 60s in England, the Thunderbirds TV show had an impact on him, and the phrase ‘Thunderbirds are Go’ is one we use at our house a lot.
If you’ve never watched the Thunderbirds, here’s a peek.
Silently you may ask: “What gives with Tony using some kinda scrawny bird as a logo for his transplant?”
Now that you’ve been referred to the transplant clinic, you’re going to find a whole community of caring people you didn’t know existed. But job-one is getting coordinated to get there!
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Last week, Tony was asked by the imaging techs doing one of his Doppler scans what he was going to do with his new lungs and it got him thinking!