Our Teddy Bear's Journey

Theodore was born with renal failure. This is his story.

The Mic-Key button

on February 26, 2012


It’s still healing and might be infected again (hence the redness), but this is his button.


This is what a Mic-Key looks like. The balloon at the bottom of the image is inside the stomach and is filled with saline. The port on the left side of the image is what you use to fill/empty the balloon to facilitate removal or insertion of the button.


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