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August 18, 2011


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Linda Smith

Exactly! I mentioned this at the unit on Friday. We were given a copy of the diet but not told to start it RIGHT AWAY. It was common sense to me, knowing that any one of a number of things could keep me from my treatment on Monday. Other pts. I think were just too happy to not hear that they didn't have stricter restrictions than usual. Staff who shall remain nameless said : " I'm not here to babysit the pts" Staff where I go to dialysis are normally on top of every situation so I just don't understand. I also don't understand why it didn't occur to anyone but me that the diet needed to be started right away. Perhaps this information should be required to be posted and handed out to all pts. and families at regular intervals. It's giving me a headache! Lin.

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