…..is covered in pink hair due to the ?iodine used…
He came through yesterday very well, far better than after the lung biopsy, think a proper pain management plan may have helped!
However trying to get information , simple stuff, like how long will he be in is impossible
Dealing with people for whom English is probably a third language is very trying to say the least. As I do not use a cell phone and visiting hours are strictly enforced I am not there when the Drs make their rounds. I gave the hospital my friend’s number, she received an unintelligible message from a totally indecipherable name which she eventually deduced was from the hospital…Hopeless, I eventually heard the message and garnered that T had survived surgery. This was well after the event. The receptionist and the ward porter are New Zealanders….
Apparently from what a nurse said T can have the chemo for the mesolithemioma now, so that is another battle in process as I try and get a Dr to ring Tauranga to tell them this. The oh so helpful staff (mmmmmmm) were going to get the oncology registrar to ring me at my friend’s place last night, I waited, and waited….He was not available at the time as he was ‘in theatre’….at 6 pm????
So today will be another battle for information…
The ipad is refusing to drag up email so I am not getting any messages, not even from wine companies or cruise companies, so something is not happening.