An international dialysis nurse, Barbara Wallace, suggests choosing a country that has the best healthcare facilities in town. Healthcare matching your dialysis center’s facilities is even better or having high quality healthcare standards. This will relax your mind in terms of transient dialysis. So, if you are not taking equipment’s with you to do your dialysis by your own you won’t be stressed. She also recommends to talking to your specialist while you plan. If you are planning to visit abroad e.g. you wanted to explore Paris or Ireland, you must first give time to the international clinics for gathering all your medications. This will take a month at least and your physician to make you fit enough for travelling. Apart from this, you must provide the international clinics with all your previous data and medical history. All the records must be sent through softcopy, you are not allowed to take any sort of records with you. The data should be sent in advance to the holiday clinic through your home dialysis center.