feel for you and understand the angish and fustration you have,I AM A MOTHER WHO IS WATCHING OLDEST DAUGHTER-39YRS OLD go thru hell and back with all kind of complications and just wonder how much more can she endure bbefore she gives up the fight.She had colon surgery which did not hold together causing sespis infection ,in ICU now 11 days and prognosis goes from looking like she will bounce back to more infections popping up causing more problems. Enjoy each day with your wife and let her know you love her and be there for her and I pray that a miracle from God will shine on your wife. PRAYERS,PRAYERS AND ASK GOD TO EXTEND HIS HELPING HANDS,MIRACLES DO HAPPEN.View Thread
a family member has under gone colon cancer surgery, surgery did not hold and errupted causing bile to infect her causing sespis-infection causing her to put on life support in ICU UNIT in hospital, she has in in hospital since 10/5/2011 in ICU--infections ,fluid in lungs.and now VRE infection-Would you suggest transfering her to a better hospital with more extensive care for her situation- I feel that she is not getting the right care to deal with all these complications. Does any one have information on Jefferson University Hospital IN PHILA? also a SPECIALIST IN THIS FIELD ?View Thread
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