*People who are sharing their experiences here have not been paid by Baxter

Alan

go   Alan, a peritoneal dialysis patient shares his experience using the Amia cycler with Sharesource at home and while traveling.  

Dale

go   Dale Calibaba, a peritoneal dialysis patient from Kamloops, spent the summer of 2015 biking across Canada. The freedom of home dialysis allowed him this opportunity to fulfill his dream of biking from St. John’s, NL, to Victoria, BC.  

Jeremy

go   Jeremy, a blind peritoneal dialysis patient and his nurse share the story of how the Amia cycler with Sharesource allows him to do peritoneal dialysis at home.  

Travelling with peritoneal dialysis

go Dialysis has not kept Michel from travelling across North America and fulfilling his passion for photography. When he started PD in 2011, on his nephrologist’s recommendation, Michel was first trained on continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD). Learning PD started with a 3-day training session. Michel says that the learning curve wasn’t too steep and he … Continue reading Travelling with peritoneal dialysis

Kidney and Kidney Disease

go   Understand how kidney works and kidney disease from real patients and kidney experts. People who are sharing their experiences here have not been paid by Baxter

*People who are sharing their experiences here have not been paid by Baxter