Wednesday, January 6, 2010

UCLA???

Anita's neurologist has recommended that she get transferred to UCLA Medical Center for a higher level of care. We are glad about this, but ask you to pray for the right admitting doctor, an open bed, and a smooth transfer. If all goes well it could happen today.
She had another episode at 9:45am. It lasted 11 minutes. They have put her onto anti-seizure medication. Thanks for praying.

We just got news (4:20pm) that there is a bed available at UCLA. Anita is feeling good. No episodes this afternoon. Praise the Lord. Ambulance transfer at 5:45pm.

10 comments:

B-Bon said...

I am praying for Anita, and the entire family, for the doctors, and all that needs to be done, and all according to the will of our loving Father, who has all things under control.
Bonnie Weber

Sybrand and Beth de Swardt said...

Praying for you both! Much love!

The Stauffacher Family said...

We are so praying for you guys! We are in the trenchs with you! Thanks Brian for the updates and being super dad! We are praying!

Jill Girl said...

Oh, friends, You are in my prayers. Thank you for the updates. ~ Jill Briganti

Fiona Macneil said...

Hi Brian and Anita and children. We are thinking of you throughout the day. Thanks for all the updates, we will be praying.

Lauree said...

Hey dear ones,
Praying earnestly and standing with you through this trial.
Much much love.

The nearness of God is our good....

Caroline Gill said...

Dearest Brian and Anita
We are so shocked at this news, but are grateful that God has placed you near to good care, and the wonderful help of friends to take care of the kids at this time. We will pray earnestly for all of you to remain strong in your faith during this trial. We love you guys - hang in there Anita, we want you around for a long long time!!!

Amanda said...

I've been praying for you guys today!!!

patricia said...

Hoping that the transfer to UCLA has occurred and that it was uneventful for Anita. Praying for her and your family, Brian. Hoping that the drs. will find a definitive diagnosis soon along with treatment options. Patti Ewan

Pam said...

Hi Brian and Anita,
I was away for a couple of days and just read about this today. Have been praying all day. You can't much better than UCLA for care.