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I hope you’ll be able to go. Remember to breathe.My dad is being discharged to his facility’s medical center tonight; although extremely weak, he has no fever or respiratory symptoms. My mom was still in ER as of 2 hours ago, fever 101, oxygen only 92 with oxygen support, but not in miserable pain or gasping for breath. Once she’s admitted I can consider whether I can visit her from 10 feet away with PPE which apparently is an option.
I don't know if they can incubate, but I assume you intubate, but holiday get togethers will certainly give the ***** time to incubate in more people.MSNBC reporter talked to a smaller hospital in Iiwa who did not (does not) have an ICU, was setting up an area for an "ICU" and waiting for the (1) respirator they had ordered.
This is what's coming folks. A makeshift ICU and healthcare staff, maintenance staff who have no idea how to use a vent. Who knows if they can incubate. Or has a pharmacist who has experience all the medications needed to support your sedation needs, vasopresser needs, heparin drips, nutrition needs. Or enough IV pumps to regulate all those drips.
A Zoom Thanksgiving is better than a Christmas ICU - the meme I've seen for the last week
Nope. Presuming mom’s test (still not back and neither are ours) is positive, no visitors permitted. The nurse called me to find out best way to give her pills (answer, crushed in applesauce) and I’m again struck by how much even the best medical professionals need family to tell them what’s what. Especially with a very old lady with dementia.I hope you’ll be able to go. Remember to breathe.
I would strategically plan grocery run. We did our weekly grocery curbside pickup last night. The parking lot was full (few parking places left) and curbside pick up - which has 10 spots has waiting lines.Or not. Meh. Trying to decide if I want to cook something or get takeout. I was thinking I would make a beef stew, but that means I need to go get potatoes for the stew I would make.