Charlie Shaw returned to the SAR at the Aurora Children's Hospital on Wednesday night after complications from surgery. (1
969002) Bread Shadow, Clark's resident, was seated next to his six-year-old daughter in the pediatric intensive care unit at the Aurora pediatric hospital on Wednesday evening, relying on his belief in God, and praying to pray again to help his daughter.
"When all this began to happen, I extended my hand to any path I could try to reach out to people," Shaw said. "We asked for prayers at Facebook, CaringBridge, and began to call people into my network of friends and family, and we did our best to try to squeeze the word out there that we needed prayers for a certain time and very specific thing. "
Charlie's daughter, who was suffering from life-threatening injuries in an Interstate 70 Crash on Carat's Crash that killed his mother and his wife Sansy, struggled again for his life." Brett had taken Charlie to the hospital on Tuesday, one day before the planned operation in the village in the morning to put a skull over a part of Charlie's skull that had to be removed to relieve pressure after the incident, "Bret said." They looked at her in the eye and they looked at her leg and both were she has been granted permission to do any kind of activity she wants as far as her foot is concerned, her head is another story
Brett said the surgery was good on Wednesday
"As she she was out of anesthesia, she could speak, and we played a little war with her right hand. "Bret said. "The traumatic surgeon came in to see how she was doing and began talking to her and trying to make her responsive. She was not very responsive except crying, and her right leg and right hand did not work at all.
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The surgeon called for urgent MRT and discovered that Charlie blew her brain and blood clot. Less than 20 minutes after the MRI, Charlie returned to surgery. "They had to completely destroy everything they did in the morning," Brett said. "They had to open the door again, remove the valves of the skull, find the clot, find the bleeding and fix it. Then they put the cap back and stitched it back.
After the second surgery, which lasted about 2½ hours, Brett found himself back in the PICU for another sleepless night.
"You know the doctors are working to relieve pressure on the brain that causes paralysis on the right side," Brett said, "you know that every time you have this operation, there is a potential for catastrophic failures, so that night is very serious problem On Thursday afternoon, Charlie was still in the UPI She has already met with professionals, speech and physiotherapists who are currently evaluating her and doctors will wait and see if there are any long-lasting effects. this operation to replace the valves of the skull she would be in the hospital for five days to watch, "Bret said. "So, in a sense, we're still on this schedule, but that adds an extra element to it, and it's probably a bit longer."
The six year old boy spent nearly two months recovering from a long list of injuries suffered during the incident before returning to streets lined with large crowds of people holding signs and applause to return to the hospital on February 20 show their support for the family, which includes Charley's three brothers, Jaxon, 9; Mason, 11; and Wyatt, 13.
"We hope today, we have to go back to the sixth floor," Brett said on Thursday. "This is an indication that it is stable … this is the goal today."
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