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Monday, March 9, 2015

Hospitalized

Just a quick note:

Bob taken to the hospital by ambulance this morning when I could not wake him up. Had a temperature of 102 and BP of 63/40...

Doctors are calling it "sepsis". Seems he has both a UTI and pneumonia. They are waiting for more test results.

He did rally round after IV fluids and antibiotics. But they are saying he may be
Not a happy camper...
in for a long hospital stay...

He is wanting to go home.

I am exhausted...





9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am so sorry to hear about Bob. Hope is gets better quick. In the mean time you get some rest while he is in the hospital.

Peggy

DebbieL said...

So very sorry to hear this. Thinking of you both and wishing Bob a speedy recovery. Big hugs, Debbie

DavKan said...
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DavKan said...

While looking for information and support regarding strokes, I happened upon your blog.
My husband has Multiple Sclerosis, Addisons disease, and last month he had a cerebellar stroke.
I actually went back to the very beginning of your blog to get the "whole story".. I'm about halfway caught up.
Then I received the e-mail about Bob being hospitalized.
I know we're complete strangers, but I just wanted you to know how informative, inspirational, and honest I find your writings.
I pray Bob continues to improve, and that you get some much needed rest.
Regards,
Kandy

Helen McMullin said...

I'm sorry to hear of Bob's condition. My thoughts are with you both. Try to get some rest as best you can.

Helen M of Wisconsin

Mike Furr said...

Well with all these positive things going for you two this certainly rains on the parade a bit. It's good he responded to IV therapy as sepsis can muster a good fight.
My thought's are with you two!
Mike

oc1dean said...

Hang in there Diane, maybe treat yourself a little bit

Grace Carpenter said...

Thinking of you both.

Anonymous said...

Prayers and best wishes going to both of you. Use the time to relax a bit, though I know you'll be doing catch up from the move.

Hugs & prayers, Dan