Sunday, February 24, 2008

Cath Completed

Well, the cath is complete.  There was flow to the coronary arteries so they didn't have anything to balloon or stent anything open.  They did coil another collateral because it was sending blood away from the lungs.  So now she has more blood flow going to the lungs.  Unfortunately, they did not find the cause of her poor function. 

They're probably going to extubate Julianne some time tonight.  She did well and we are very thankful for that.

Please continue to pray that Julianne's heart will be healed.  We thank God that she did well in her catheterization and under anesthesia.

We'll update more when we know what the new plan of action will be.  Thank you for all of the prayers and encouragement.



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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Look at that cutie little baby girl. She's getting stronger every day. We love you.

Anonymous said...

Thank God that all went well with the cath.

The picturees you posted are so sweet. After all she has been going through she can still give you a smile.

I will continue to pray that they find out what is causing her problems.

I am glad that you all could get outside in the snow to refresh your spirit.

I am so happy that you all are feeling better.

Make a snow angel for me somewhere in Boston:)

Love you,

Aunt Suzette

Anonymous said...

Thank God all went well.
Your little angel will be fine.
I just know it.
LOve Aunt Naomi

Kara Shall said...

I am praying for you! Love the updates.

Anonymous said...

We're glad to hear that everything went well. Just FYI we had the congregation pray for her tonight, and they will continue to.

We'll pray that they find out what is causing her issues and resolve them soon.

Keep up your strength.

XOXOXO

A. Stac

Anonymous said...

We are all praying for you. God is hearing all the prayers coming to Him. We think of you often and will keep checking for updates. God bless you all.

Hannah's Mimi and Papa (Brent and Marilyn Englert)