Our Teddy Bear's Journey

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

1 year stats

on November 26, 2012

Days alive: 365

Days in hospital: 108  (just shy of 30% – 29.7%)

Hospital admissions: 10

Surgeries: 12

PD Catheters: 4   (PD Catheters that worked, ever: 1   PD Catheters that worked for more than 2 weeks: 0)

Central Access lines placed and removed: 4

Birth weight: 2.43 kilograms

Current weight: 7.54 kilograms

C-Diff infections: 3

Bloodstream infections: 4

Antibiotics he has had for the bloodstream infections, IV unless noted otherwise:

Ansef
Cetotaxime
Cipro (oral) (IV)
Vancomycin
zosyn
gentamycin
rocephin
ampicillin
cefepime

He’s also had:
flagyl (oral) (Cdiff)
keflex (oral) (skin infection at exit site)
fluconazole (oral) (antifungal)

 

Current Meds: 10 (NOT a record)

Current diagnosis list from hospital discharge and his online medical records:

Diagnoses
Vesico-ureteral reflux
Congenital renal dysplasia
CKD (chronic kidney disease) stage 5, GFR less than 15 ml/min
Anemia of chronic renal failure
CLABSI (central line-associated bloodstream infection)
Feeding by G-tube
Peritoneal dialysis catheter in place
Immunization deficiency
Hypogammaglobulinemia, congenital
Hypertension
Hearing loss
Vomiting
Renal failure, chronic
IgA deficiency
C. difficile colitis
Acute hyponatremia
Hypercalcemia
Hyperphosphatemia
Acidosis, metabolic
Acute infectious diarrhea
Dehydration with hyponatremia
Peritoneal dialysis catheter dysfunction
Acute on chronic kidney failure
ESRD on peritoneal dialysis
Fungal Peritonitis
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One response to “1 year stats

  1. Momma Aimee says:

    my heart goes out to you and you remain in my family’s prays

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