Well another decent day for Carol. Not much going on during the day except hanging out and getting better. They didn't change her iv line today. They decided to instead to start moving ahead with plans to the the skin debridements and skin graftings. The first of them will happen tomorrow. There are 15 hand sized areas that will be removed and grafted with alloderm. Which is fake skin, that promotes skin growth. These are definitive grafts and will eventually need to be done with real skin. These 15 areas are all full thickness debridements. Nothing as major as her amputations, but nothing to scoff at. They will go fine, and I am not to worried about them. The plastic surgeons are a little worried about her c-section wound. I saw it today, and it looks pretty crazy, in that they left it open. This type of wound will take a couple months to heal. There is a little part in the middle that looks a little white and from someone in the medical field, not quite right. The plastic surgeons said the same. Not life-threatening or anything but a risk for herniation. Nothing can be done about it now thought I guess.
She knows what will be happening tomorrow, and is ok with it. She got to see bothe Chloe and Safiya today. Thanks for bringing them up Mom and Dad. In Carols words...."it was awesome dude."
She is sleeping now right next to me....she waits for me to get here at night, even though she is tired. But waits until I get to talk to her before letting herself sleep at night. Her vision has not changed and is starting to be worrisome to me even though they said it may take months to return.
I havne't mentioned it, but her vitals are stellar today. No fevers, blood pressure great, heart almost under 100 all day ( which I haven't seen yet). So on that note...things look better.