She's on ECMO now and her heart is stable on it. The good news is that they can try out different medications for her arrhythmia without it having adverse effects on her heart while she's on ECMO.
We thank God that Julianne is stable now. All we could think to pray while she was having these problems was "please save her." We're thankful that she was moved to the ICU when she was and that she did not have the major episode while in the other ward. We're also thankful for the knowledge He's given the doctors and nurses to recognize and correct problems. We're thankful that God led us here to Boston and has provided for us to be here. We pray that Julianne does not have any permanent damage to any of her other organs and that she'll recover fully. We pray that the doctors will find a permanent solution to her arrhythmia problem. We also pray that when the time is right she'll be able to come off of ECMO without a problem. We pray that God will heal Julianne.
The doctors are optimistic that there was not any damage to her other organs because she was tended to so quickly with chest compressions, the ventilator and ECMO and also that she's moving her extremities. So, that was encouraging.
Please pray for Julianne.
Thank you, God.
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