Again, at the start of the process, Drood was very upset and afraid of being brought back into the echo room. As soon as his tee-shirt was off, he realised what was going to happen. This time though, one of the doctors gave him a sedative medication which did take a while to start working. He remained awake, but soon became much more relaxed, looking at a video on the phone and getting distracted by his hand up in front of his eyes.So the technician was able to perform his echo, which the doctor could see.
It’s possible that Drood’s surgery to close the VSD can be as early as next week! We hope and pray for the best for him.