PCC line installed
Thursday August 14th 2008, 5:29 pm
Filed under: Knit

I came back here and Michelle had already made that comment–and I laughed out loud. Surgeon’s hands!  While I was coming here to write that I had the central line installed, two more IV’s to go.  Too funny.  Now, to connect those two on the white needle to the lines above them.  This may take awhile.repairs: PCC line installed, IVs to go

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You can do it! It looks like complex greek to me, but you are doing a fabulous job (any technology far enough advanced is akin to magic to the uninitiated).

Comment by Michelle 08.14.08 @ 7:37 pm

So now does Blue Cross cover this sort of thing?


Comment by Toni 08.14.08 @ 8:17 pm

I love photos that show me techniques in fixing mistakes. If anyone can fix it, you can!!! :>)

Comment by Joansie 08.15.08 @ 4:54 am

I am eagerly awaiting more photos of the fix. Like Joansie said earlier I also love the photo tutorials of fixing mistakes so I can see what to do when that happens to me 🙂 Go Alison GO!

Comment by Danielle from SW MO 08.15.08 @ 5:58 am

I’m glad I read your title before I got breakfast. Otherwise, I would have snorted breakfast on the monitor. Cute, clever title.

Comment by Channon 08.15.08 @ 5:59 am

I’ve had one of those, so I know it’s pronounced “pick” line. Heh.

Comment by AlisonH 08.15.08 @ 10:13 am

Both my kids have had PICC lines, so I got WAY freaked out when I saw that post title! Don’t scare me like that!

Comment by Momo Fali 08.15.08 @ 1:46 pm

That was a scary post title! But I’m so glad that this dropped stitch has a better ending than frog frog frog! (This one’s hitting close to home, lol.)

Comment by Jocelyn 08.17.08 @ 8:39 am

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