administering iv antibiotics at home with picc line
I used to administer iv antibiotics at home with a picc line. They are quick and easy and you don’t have to go to the doctor.
The problem with iv antibiotics in the bathroom is that they can dry out. In the bathroom, even if you have an antiseptic solution, you’re still a target.
The problem with the picc line is that you are a target. If you use the picc line in the bathroom (or anywhere where there are many people), you are a target. You are probably one of the most likely people to be infected with bacteria, with or without a picc line.
The only real way to prevent bacteria from spreading is to use a proper antibiotic. Even then there is a chance bacteria may be able to grow on the picc line and spread on it. In worst case scenarios, though, the idea of using a picc line in the bathroom is quite appealing.
In the past, I have always used the picc line in the bathroom. I have been trying to do this for years, but I have finally found the right way to use it. It’s basically a regular bathroom faucet. You put in a few drops in, and it runs for a few minutes. I am able to do this without a lot of struggle now.
The reason is because if bacteria come on the line it will be difficult for them to kill themselves on their own, but they will be more likely to die on a regular hot tub. If they do get on the line they will spread on a hot tub, and once they are gone will be gone. I am going to be using a regular cold tub when I do my antibiotic treatment.
I think the reason I can’t get a lot of heat from the cold tub is because of the way the water’s heated. If you have a good electric heater (or even an air conditioner) you can heat it up by putting your hand into the water and the water will heat up just fine. That is why you can get most of the way to the top without using a lot of energy.
The way I think about it is they are going to need antibiotics because they are going to die. They are going to die from the bacteria that is going to be growing in the water. They will not die from the cold, as that would be too warm, and they will not die from the heat, as that would be too hot.
The other thing is that I have a friend who says no one in their right mind would want to treat their water as if it was a refrigerator. It would be better to just drink the water, or the ice cubes, or whatever they want to drink. The only way to do this is to boil the water in the sink. There’s nothing wrong with drinking the hot water from a hot faucet or a thermostat.
The reason for this advice is that our bodies are so full of natural toxins that it would be a huge waste to be injecting antibiotics into them at home without boiling them first. The reason being that if the water is boiled, then the toxins can be extracted and then injected into the bloodstream, rather than injected into the body. It’s much better to do it in the shower, because the water is hotter there, and then we get all of the natural goodness out of it.