From Monday night to Tuesday afternoon, Jane had 5 life-threatening emergency events, 2 of which were “codes” announced over hospital intercoms. These codes were followed seconds after by trauma specialists and support staff flooding Jane’s room to revive her. Yesterday afternoon’s code was as bad as it gets, and surviving.
With tons of indicators, tests, x-rays, symptoms, and episodes, doctors strongly believe that Jane has an infection, which is often fatal in the ICU.
What happens now is be as gentle as possible to Jane and hope she powers thru this infection faster than it breaks her down.
She had an “episode” every 4-5 hours. It’s been 17 hours since her last one, and there’s very little that can be done if she has another one, since she’s maxed out on the medications used to help her get thru the episodes.
“If people had 1% of the will that Jane has to live, the world would be a better place.” -The world-class doctor that told us 12 hours ago that Jane wouldn’t make it thru the night.