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Surgery Story - Blake Campbell

 
Blakes surgery day was 4 April 2006.
 
2am woke Blake up to have his last bottle.
5am Got ready to leave to the hospital as it was over 1hr and 30 minutes away. (mom was an emotional wreak).
6am Left home.
7.50am arrived at the hospital.
8.10am Paper work saw doctors.
11am Blake goes into surgery.
1.15pm Blakes surgery is finished and was allowed to see him.
1.30pm Blake is transfered to a ward.
5pm His dr and surgeon came see Blake.
5.30 Blake has his first bottle 100mls.
8.30pm Getting ready for bed. Day 2,
12.00am Blakes 2nd bottle 60mls
3.30am Blake vomits twice.
8.30am Dr visits Blake
9.30am Blake drinks 200mls.
9.45am Pathologist comes and takes Blakes blood.
8pm Getting ready for bed.
8.20pm Dr checks in.
9.30pm Blake needs a blood count it is low 70% needs medication.
9.45 We settle done to bed, yeah.
Day 3: 3am Blake woke up as he was unsettled.
5am Got Blake up as he was still unsettled as the nurses keep checking his monitors.
She said he has a nice shinner on his left eye due to him sleeping on that side. Yes he looks worse for wear.
Day 4 : We get to come home yeah. The nurse said go give him a bath to help his bandages to come off easy.
After the bath nurse comes in and takes the bandages of and wasn't mom in for a shock.
I feel so sick I couldn't believe how long his cut was, it was a terrible shock. And about lunch time we left to go home.

 
 
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