This is officially My’isha’s second port placement. She has had numerous broviacs due to complications and breaks, but the one port she had lasted the entire treatment last time. Surgery is never fun and anytime you are dealing with accessing a major artery, especially so close to the heart that distributes blood throughout the body. An infection would have found its gateway to the entire blood supply through the heart. So caution and safety and microbiology is very important in this story. Continue reading for the port placement story. The second part of this ordeal will be following soon. Thank you all again for your support. IF you are able to help financially in any way, please contact us for info. Thank you so much for reading.
My’isha got her port placed this Tuesday. We are not new to this procedure at all. This is her second port, but she has been though at least 5 central line surgeries. The problem we came into this procedure with was a runny nose. That runny nose was the beginning of trouble for us.
She went back for her procedure as normal. I notified everyone I talked to about her runny nose before the procedure began. We went for the procedure as normal. The first call I received was to ask if they should leave the port accessed, to which I answered no if they were able to pull labs. Her daddy and I had to go up for training, so my mom stayed and waited for the nurses to bring her back once My’isha was awake enough to leave.
The last time she had anesthesia, it took a little longer than normal for…
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