ICU

Posted: December 6, 2010 by Kat in Uncategorized

Creed woke up at 2:00 this morning extremely lethargic. When they got to the ER, his potassium and oxygen were at dangerous levels and he was admitted to ICU. They discussed putting him on a ventilator but are hopeful that it will not be necessary at this point. The doctors also found a spot on his lungs that could be Pneumonia or possibly a hemorrhage on his lungs. There are many unknowns at this point. The good news is that his levels are improving and your prayers make a difference. Please send Steph or Jon a text, email them, or call the prayer pager so they know that you are sending prayers their way!

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Comments
  1. Charles Adams says:

    We are praying for Creed’s healing and strength and for all of Creed’s family. Peace, Charles Adams

  2. Laura E Ellard says:

    Always praying for you, Creed, your mom and all the doctors and staff who are interacting with Creeder to make him better. I was braging about him today. Glad to meet you last week!

    Laura Ellard
    Chase and Amanda’s Aunt

  3. Joan White says:

    Jon,
    When I received the latest Creed story I was sorry to hear that there have been more complications interfering with his recovery. I wanted to let you know that my family are keeping you all in our prayers.

  4. julie mills smith says:

    Always thinking of you two, following your journey closely and admiring the strength that you continue to have day after day. There is no doubt that Creed is as strong as they come, just like his mommy. Hoping and praying for the best for all of you. Stay strong!

    Julie

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