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Thomas Davie

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I use the IPP 12.9 to help manage my dialysis: blood pressures, weights, medication changes, actual treatment sessions where I’m allowed to data mine/interact with the dialysis computer (I use my iPhone to take as many photos as possible and imserting them into Goodnotes documents).

Finding it such a necessity that when my Apple Pencil 2 took a nose dive onto the floor during a dialysis sessions I ordered multiple clone replacements from Amazon.

It has my data backed up to November 5, 2017 - hundreds of pages of generated data/content. And by the time I get home from a dialysis session, all of my notes are already iClouded onto my Mac.

Tom
 
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Thomas Davie

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Jan 20, 2004
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In dialysis at the moment, 28 minutes in and this is an example of the sata that I generate (14-20 i ages per session). IPhone for the photos and IPP for Goonotes generation.
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Tom
 

Thomas Davie

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If you’re talkative enough, love coffee and carry multiple Apple devices with you into dialysis you get free stuff

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Tom

(I am one of those people who look at dialysis as a golden parachute; I don’t have to go back to a disgusting research job where I had to euthanize animals and I’m pulling in multiple pensions, so not poor)
 
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