Sunday, January 31, 2010
Update for the night...

Thank you everyone for the faithful prayers you have made for Noah. He is a strong fighter!

Today, Noah has had an echo done to measure the fluid around his heart that was discovered on the echo done last night. This one shows a slight increase. They still do not think it is heart failure, but from an infection in his lungs. Poor buddy has a lot of secretions so they keep having to bag and suction him. They will be leaving him on the breathing tube for a couple of days before they try weening him off again. He is on a few strong antibiotics for the infection. He has had a temperature all day today so they are going to be giving him a stronger form of tylenol to help lower it. He is still aggitated at times and very uncomfortable, so keeping him sedated and happy is a difficult. But, overall today, he has done better. He is awake more and we can even manage a smile or two out of him! :)

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Update @ 2:40pm

They turned off his paralytic about an hour ago and he is slowly starting to move around again. he had an echo last night because they thought he was going into rightsided heart failure. The echo showed fluid build up around his heart. They did another echo this morning and it showed a little bit bigger. They are thinking it is from how sick his lungs are right now.

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January 31, 2010

Last night Noah stopped breathing. They have re-intubated him and he is now back on his sedation meds. They are also giving him a paralytic. Please pray for my baby. You know.. you would think we would get used to this with how many scary moments Noah has put us through, but it still crushes me.

Noah is doing ok. They are going to give him another blood transfusion. They are going to keep him heavily sedated and paralized for A couple of days. Last night was really rough. They had a hard time keeping his sats above 80. Please keep praying for Noah.

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Welcome to Noah's blog! We thank you for following us on our God-led journey and thank you for all your thoughts and prayers! Noah was born June 22, 2009 with many anatomical birth defects and underwent his first major surgery when he was just 4 days old. He has been in and out of the hospital since day one and has had a total of 4 major surgeries to date, with his latest one being the most extreme and difficult - his first open heart surgery on November 4 and December 17th, 2010. He is a warrior and this is his journey...

He is getting so BIG!!!!

He is getting so BIG!!!!
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