I found Sali’s mum sitting in a waiting area of Sheba hospital. She told me that her daughter was in a catheterization. She was feeling quite nervous, unlike the first catheterisation when she felt inexplicably calm. Still, a baby was brought out after a couple of hours, and upon realizing the bed being wheeled along contained Sali, this mother went from walking to almost running to be by Sali’s side. The doctors were all pleased to say that they had been able to successfully place a stent in her PDA, and her oxygen levels look good. This is good news for Sali, who has been recovering very slowly from her procedure last week.