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Discussion: Best wishes

in: bl; bl > 2019-11-30

Nov 30, 2019 11:05 PM # 
walk:
Sorry to hear of all this. Certainly sounds like an ordeal. Hope it clears or at least can be identified. Wave November goodbye and look for a better December.
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Nov 30, 2019 11:12 PM # 
BP:
Bob, ditto - heal well (and be an exemplary patient)! Our best wishes to you.
Nov 30, 2019 11:26 PM # 
chitownclark:
Had to look up the PICC Line:

https://www.lhsc.on.ca/thoracic-surgery/picc-line-...

Looks like just a regular port. Hope it doesn't deter your adventures in December. At our age, I guess most of us have had ports for infusions at various times. Good luck.
Dec 1, 2019 4:13 AM # 
PBricker:
Best wishes for a quick recovery.
Dec 1, 2019 12:50 PM # 
ernst:
Our best wishes to you and hope for a prompt recovery so that you can resume your regular outings.
Dec 5, 2019 10:49 PM # 
bl:
Thanks for the above.

For Walk, a year in 12 lines. Maybe you agree. BP: I'll try, keeping to only a low growl with referrals and long wait times til certain appointments. Or be a squeaky wheel for quicker results.

Re the PICC line, the message is no lifting >15#. It requires tending on my part to keep it safe - mainly from being pulled out which would be a real, but preventable, PIA. VNA does a dressing change once a week. IV abx til end of January.

Phil, 'quick' keeps getting stretched out longer and longer.

I expect to be at the UNO meeting, Ernst. But even walking on anything but a secure surface is not reasonable. Since the CH admission, I've developed a degree of what I'd call gait insecurity/instability. A neurologist would likely label it mild ataxia. It may not show but I certainly experience it.

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