Patient Profile: Clifton Agee, AAKP Ambassador
Dialysis Technicians – an essential part of your healthcare team
Patient Profile: Maria Robinson
National High Potassium Awareness Day: Patient Story, Chardae “Prima” Sanders
AAKP Ambassador, Chardae “Prima” Sanders knows the devastating effects of having high potassium. While on dialysis, Prima says that she did not watch her diet. She admits, “I was a chip eater! I would over-eat on chips. I also ate bananas as a comfort food. I never thought about the impact.”
National High Potassium Awareness Day: Patient Story, Dale Rogers
Dale Rogers is a two-time kidney transplant recipient. Like many other kidney patients Dale has struggled with high potassium (also known as hyperkalemia). Dale shares that high potassium became a huge problem for him when he was fasting and dieting, while on dialysis, in order to get to a health weight for receiving a kidney transplant.
Easy Ways to Eliminate the Stress of Traveling for Dialysis Patients
Travel, whether for vacation or business, always seems to involve a degree of stress but there are extra considerations for kidney patients living with dialysis. Here’s a checklist to help with travel planning to help things run more smoothly before you leave home, After all, vacations are supposed to be enjoyable and promote a feeling of calm serenity!