Nurse Amer Hussein Pagadilan facilitated the first phase of dialysis session
You all know about my father as I shared to all of you that he is undergoing dialysis. I visited my dad in B-Braun Dialysis Center. It is located at the 2nd floor, Unihealth Southwoods Hospital and Medical Center.
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Some of my observations:
- There are some patients who are positive despite what he/she had been going through
- There are patients who are not smiling at all. Maybe they were undergoing certain things on their minds…
- The nurses . . . aside from their good looks (naks . . . mga kapatid ko kasi yan ahaha) they treated all of their patients as their extended family.
- I talked to some of the dialysis patients and I can see how God is molding them to be strong like Dad’s disposition.
I want to make a shout out to those families undergoing dialysis treatment:
- Accept: The first thing you need to do. Just like any other disability or ailment, we need to accept and embrace that sickness with open arms and know that we have a BIG GOD to help and overcome our fears, anxiety and pain.
- Listen: Listen to the doctors… they know what they are doing. If they say to have a fistula, go for it!
- Research: Get a book about dialysis and ask the doctor if possible.
- Get Involve: We assure our Dad that we visit him or just check on him when he is scheduled having a dialysis. It will help the patients if they know that you care and love them
- Pray for them: The weapon to every problem is a prayer. It is the most important task I guess and the most powerful one too.
Thank you to our friends and the dedicated nurses of B-Braun Dialysis Center namely:
- Conrado C. Carvajal II “Ron”
- Carlo Nino G. Cayco
- Amer Hussein Pagadilan
- Klarise Ann Paris
- Marites Medina
- Kevin Murillo
- Irwin Paras
- Christian Rotap
- Charisse Frejas
- Ma. Kassandra Venturosa “Casey”
- Gerald Malabanan
Mga kapatid . . . salamat sa pagmamahal at sa weekly na pagligtas sa buhay ng madaming tao lalo na ang dad ko . . . Mahal ko kayong lahat!
(Bros and sissies . . . thank you for the love and for saving the lives of many people especially my dad . . . I love you all.. )