Shadi is Improving

Shadi is Improving

This morning when we saw Shadi, I was very pleased. He looked so much better than last week. Also mom was doing much better and looked more relax and rested. Shadi still had a little cough. He is using antibiotic and a nebulizer to clear his lungs. In the afternoon we heard from the doctor that he is ready to go home. We were able to pick him up around four o'clock. So we went outside and waited. When we got back to the ward, Mom said the doctor had just changed his plans and they want to keep him another day. Mom felt okay about this. So we left without Shadi and his Mom.

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Visiting and Clinic-ing

Visiting and Clinic-ing

Noelle Chung writes:

Eiyad who came with our van two days ago with oxygen saturation 56%, is now stable in the hospital. He is waiting for the surgery, but it is important to wait until his recent lung infection is completely cured. The doctor also decided to check brain CT scan tomorrow, for possible brain infection or other anomalies. His grandmother is also feeling okay, spending time conversing with other parents in the ward. 

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Daru in the Ward

Daru in the Ward

When visiting Daru today, it was wonderful to see him smiling and chatting like his old self. While it’s apparent he’s still pushing through recovery and coming down from a fever, as he isn’t as bouncy and energetic as usual, he seems happy and is eating well. He and Maya sat together for lunch today on the hospital bed, giggling and exchanging secret grins that only they understood. Daru was obviously chuffed to see his friend from Shevet again. Daru has an echo coming up in order to check if everything is okay after being informed that his right lung is paralyzed the other day.

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Binyamin Got his Pacemaker

Binyamin Got his Pacemaker

This morning Sophia and I went to Sheba hospital to meet Binyamin and his dad. They were already in another building for the operation. Today Binyamin was scheduled for the replacement of a pacemaker. When we arrived in the pre operation room Binyamin was still waiting to move onto the operation room. Dad was very pleased to see us. He joined Binyamin to the operation room till he got his sedation. When Dad came back we went together to the waiting hall had a drink, shared picture and talked about our families. After 2 hours the surgeon came and explained about the operation.

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Outpatient Visit

Outpatient Visit

Today, we excorted Maia to the hospital for an echocardiogram check-up. The results were very good, so the doctor suggested a decrease in her oral medication. If the results are good next week, she might be able to fly home to Kurdistan. Mum was happy to hear the news. Maia also had her two stitches taken out on her lower chest.

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Echo Findings

Echo Findings

"To another faith by the same Spirit; to another the gifts of healing by the same Spirit." 1 Cor 12:9

Continuing Bawan's healing story, we brought him for a further echocardiogram today. 

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Still in the Hospital

Still in the Hospital

Jonathan, Suhail and I had the privilege to visit little Mohammed today. For the last three days he's been in the ward on the fourth floor, which means that he was doing well enough to leave the ICU. Praise the Lord!

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Full Gaza Clinic Today!

Full Gaza Clinic Today!

 

EMERGENCY GAZA RUN

Written by: Nate Geer

 

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Bawan out of Hospital!

Bawan out of Hospital!

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Daru Still In ICU

Daru Still In ICU

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