And the need for tanks for radioactive human waste.All I had was a canula in the back of my hand. No PIC line or any semi-permanent plumbing installed. It was all over in about an hour and I drove home. Feeling perfectly OK.
The stuff they're giving me is called Nivolumab. It's an immunotherapy drug which I've been told is way less horrible than nephrotoxic, cytotoxic or any other kind of toxic.
I know all about the negative pressure preparation of the drugs Paul. Many years ago, in my role as a mechanical engineer, I was involved in a hospital refurbishment. One of the tasks I was given was to design a preparation area for cytotoxic drugs. Basically a big fume cupboard, but with a whole lot of filtration on the exhaust to prevent the stuff from being discharged outside.