my new port, a super PowerPort®by
of additional planning as the port usually goes right under the spot that my T support presses on my chest... claustrophobic.
The surgery was a cinch. It involved inserting the port under the skin in the chest...
Obviously, as I'm sure you already know, he needs to see his physician. Family pracitioner, geriatrician, or internist to start. A GI specialist, if no one can figure out the answer. Hydration and managment and monitoring of
Today I went in bright and early to Vascular Radiology to get my port removed and then a new one......but I am a bit stubborn at times. I am a bit nervous about them attempting to use the port tomorrow during chemo...
The Pros and Cons of a Port-a-Cathby
alternative is a Port-a-Cath (port for short). A Port consists of a reservoir (the portal) and a tube (the catheter). The port is implanted under the skin in the upper chest. It may appear as a bump under the skin...