Cruisin with the Real"s

Cruisin with the Real"s
Joe and Nancy Grand Cayman 10-07

Loma Linda Medical Center

Loma Linda Medical Center
Where the magic happens........

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Day 2 ramblings

It's been quite a day. It's 5:15 am, just got home from hospital. Have watched Nancy's eyes and skin change from yellow to white.... almost before my eyes. That means her new liver is working. and of course the liver values also tell us this is true. We just moved her from ICU to unit 4100. This is good for it means she is recovering and it puts her with nurses and others that specifically care for transplant patients and know their special needs.
As Nancy recovers she is becoming increasingly concerned about her immunosuppressed condition. She is concerned that friends and family may not take this seriously. Well it is. The slightest cold or infection can be life threatening to her. She wants me to remind you to wash hands, wear masks and stand back a few feet. If you have been exposed to your kid's or co worker's cold, stay away for a while. No flu shot... No visiting. As time passes things will ease up but for now please be aware of the seriousness of this.
We appreciate your IM's and emails... keep them comming. For now I will try to keep you posted here. Don't worry... you know Nancy... she will be back at her computer sooner than you expect.
Thank's, Joe

1 comment:

Aimée said...

Good call on the reminder to wash hands, etc. We carry purrell every where we go now. I'm so glad she is doing well! Thanks so much for the update! Give her love from us! (Dave and Aimee)

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