- RED'S POV
- After a few days, my health improved. My voice also came back, though it still sounded hoarse. I only came back to the hospital once for my last hemodialysis and the removal of my intrajugular catheter afterward.
- An intrajugular catheter is a type of catheter inserted into a vein in the neck called intrajugular vein. The catheter is used as a route for the exchange of blood from a person's body to the dialyzer and back to the body.