Saving Your Access
© 1997 Andrew Lundin, M.D. All rights reserved.
Reproduced with permission.
The best advice for saving your access: No one "enjoys"
doing it but it
hurts less since it is harder to concentrate on pain and
sticking at the
same time. You also get to know your access very well and
gives the ultimate control. That may be a problem in units
don't want you to be in control.
Try it, you may not like it, but it sure beats getting stuck
but some of those doing the sticking.
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