They pulled the PIC out of my arm yesterday. No more IVs every eight hours. A PIC is an IV put into your arm or neck. The IV is put into a vein and goes almost to the heart. So every eight hours I had to give myself what is called an infusion. A pump infuses my vein with antibiotics. The whole process takes about 2 hours because the drugs are in the fridge and need to be warmed up to room temp. PIC's are used to treat bone infections and I had two of them.
I saw these words on the play bill wall at Pike Place Market. There was more written but I only photographed the part that made me happy.