August 30, 2006

Wednesday's News

I spoke to the nurse on the Cardiac Recovery unit this morning on the way to work. It appears he had a good night last night and was removed from the respirator to breathe on his own. She stated he was sitting on the edge of the bed having a sip of something at the moment, and was in pretty good spirits.

She also said he stands a pretty good chance of being taken out of the recovery area and put in a regular room on the CVPV unit. When that happens, I will have a phone number where he can receive calls which I will post on here.

Just bear in mind he's pretty weak. It will be a few days before he is fully awake and aware after the anesthesia. It takes a little longer when they effectively kill you on the table like they do in open-heart.

I'm not so sure about going up to spend much time with him. I'm not sure if it is a physical let-down from the stress, the rampage of perimenopausal hormones, or if I am fighting some sort of infection. Given the precautions they took before and after his surgery and the potential danger of infection, I would rather he be upset with me for not visiting Like I Should™ than wind up sick with whatever I may pass to him.

Updates as I have them.

(12:30) I went up to see the family on my miniscule lunch but none of them was there. I suppose they were all out getting a bite to eat. So I called the nurses' desk from the waiting room and got a small update.

He has been taken off the IV meds and seems to be doing quite well. They will be doing another test of his outflow before deciding whether or not to move him to a room on the CVPV floor.

I missed the morning visiting hour, will be working busily at my desk during the next one, and at home fixing dinner for everyone there during the later one. And no, there is no flexibility with visiting. It matters not that I work here and have for over 11 years and know how to behave in an intensive care unit. Be there on time or miss your opportunity.

But I digress.

Delft's is better. That is what is important.

Posted by Mamamontezz at August 30, 2006 08:02 AM | TrackBack

Glad to hear he is doing as well as expected....
Good luck and be strong....
Neil and Dea

Posted by: LC- IB- NEilV at August 30, 2006 11:28 AM

Prayers continuing...


Posted by: RightWingRocker at August 30, 2006 02:38 PM

So good to hear he's doing well.
Mike H.

Posted by: Mike H at August 30, 2006 02:58 PM

Thank you, glad to hear he's better, keep those prayers coming in.

Posted by: Jack at August 30, 2006 04:09 PM

wonderful news that he is doing even better than expected!.....keeping him in my thoughts.

Posted by: Jean at August 30, 2006 05:47 PM


More good news!

Hugs {{{ All Around! }}}

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