Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Up and going again

The partial collapse was due to mucus plug. They just suctioned her out. The mucosa (walls inside the lung) looks in their words "incredible". It doesnt usually look this good this early they said. It was pink with out reddness indicating inflammation. The incision looks very clean and good with just a small area that was darker that they called a "scab". It was hard to differentiate already where her bronch ended and the new lung bronch began. It was good to hear their enthusiasm.

4 comments:

  1. Suzanne HigginsonMarch 9, 2011 at 1:49 PM

    we're just cheering you on...and praying for continued progress and success! I am brought to tears once again as I go over in my mind what a miracle we are witnessing. checking multiple times a day to see the latest so keep letting us know if you have the energy to post. love you, suzy

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  2. Amen to what Suzy said...it's awesome to be hearing all of this via your blog. It's great that Julie is doing so well...we'll keep praying for all of you. Love you, Aly

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  3. the miracle continues! amazing!

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  4. Dave and Julie,
    My heart has been very full as I have learned of Julie's lung transplant. Your lives have been extremely challenging and your examples of handling the difficult times is inspirational to everyone. I have been praying for your family for quite a while and I will continue my prayers in your behalf. We love you! Aunt Janet

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