First the size 000 Dietitian who was so thin we are convinced she never eats anything. Far Guys diet is just fine.
Second was Dr Tom a Hepatologist or Liver Doctor. He looked over Far Guys Liver Biopsy and declared him fit for a transplant.
Third talk was a really long Transplant Teaching Class with Far Guys Transplant Coordinator...Chris. We have a huge manual to read.
A lung transplant is a big deal, lungs are the most difficult organ to transplant. Hearts and kidneys are contained within the body and are much easier for that reason. There will be a rejection of some kind after the transplant. The donor will have to be someone over 5 feet 9 inches tall with type A or O blood.
In the afternoon we drove North to a huge craft shop. I bought yarn for a special project and some for nests....imagine that.
The cotton yarn on the left is all tangled up. It is driving me nuts.
We heard that the fellow with no brain activity after his lung transplant died today, leaving behind his fiancée and a 1 1/2 year old, a 9 year old and a 17 year old. Lung Transplants are scary.