Eliza Grace was born on March 15, 2006, at 26 weeks, 4 days, weighing 1 pound 4 ounces and measuring just 11.5 inches long. She is the light of my soul and this is the story of our life in the big city.

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Name This Tune

So the fine folks at Lenox Hill Radiology Group decided to leave their office at 8 pm last night without reading Eliza's chest x-ray which was taken at 2:30. Despite the receptionist paging 4 different radiologists none of them deigned to read Eliza's x-ray on their day off.

Eliza has now been prescribed:

dexamethasone, 2 injections
ceftriaxone, 2 injections
Xyrtec
Pulmocort
Albuterol (ooooh! 2 types, liquid and nebulizer!)

All with no result.

Here is what the poor boo sounds like. Even a steamy bath (think New Orleans in August) didn't do squat. Thoughts, ideas, suggestions are welcome.

video

2 comments:

Brianna said...

No suggestions. But that poor poor baby.

Someone needs a foot up the butt for not reading that x-ray. Like it honestly takes THAT long for a trained professional to look at it and say "X, Y, or Z, is the issue here"

MamáChanga said...

No ideas here. If you lived near where we do, I'd suggest they run a valley fever blood test. Of course, if they'd read the chest x-ray that would tell you too!

Curses on those people!


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