Friday, March 6, 2009


Just arrived from my graveyard shift duty. Thank God no untoward events happened. Our patient has a good night sleep with no arrhythmias nor discomforts noted. We are so delighted that our patient is responding to our care and the treatment very well. At around 5:30 a.m. we prepared him for his scheduled CTT insertion @ 9 am to drain the excess fluid in his lungs. I am proud to say that he seems to be very pleased with the way we care for him. Now, we are hoping and praying that his recovery will continue until he will be discharge from our unit

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