Every other Friday it is the MOVIE NIGHT for Antoś and his Dad. Lucky boys get to watch the TV for about two hours! Wow:)
This is also time when Antoni gets his IgG infusion.
It all together takes about two hours. We need to insert a needle on each thigh, connect the pumps and run the infusion. We need to watch Antoni closely for any side effects. If anything happens we follow procedure to make sure he will be …
- Antoni during the subcutaneous immunoglobulin infusion
Today (20 Jan 2012) Antoś spent the day at GOS hospital. It was his third subcutaneous infusion of immunoglobulins.
Antoni has an immune deficiency, which means that his body is not able to fight infections. For Antoni any infection can potentially be life threatening. He needs to have immunoglobulins, also known as antibodies, introduced into his system on regular basis.
Until December 2011, every 3 weeks Antoś was going to hospital for an …