How to Access a Port-A-Cath (PAC) Implanted Port

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Peter and Mary Frey are a young couple just like any other and starting a family together. However, there is one thing that makes their family different from the average American household. Mary suffers from cystic fibrosis (CF).

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In this The Frey Life video, watch the step by step process for accessing and de-accessing a port.

“We take time to show you the proper way to stay sterile, and little tips and tricks we have learned during the ten years that I have been independent with my port care.”

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