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    Your anaesthetic is called a rapid sequence induction...its a quick way to safely anaesthetise you. Im in awe of the health professionals you had caring for you and so happy you're both here

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPopsicle View Post
    Your anaesthetic is called a rapid sequence induction...its a quick way to safely anaesthetise you. Im in awe of the health professionals you had caring for you and so happy you're both here

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    Oh thank you so much for that info, I didn't know the type of anaesthetic before (granted I had never asked!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by GM01 View Post
    Oh thank you so much for that info, I didn't know the type of anaesthetic before (granted I had never asked!).
    Ive had the same kind, its scary but totally safe in an emergency situation. Mine was for an ectopic, at the hospital I work at with an anaesthetist I see every week.

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    Wow, you are so brave, thanks for sharing your story, it's amazing. Our friends had a bub at 27 weeks but I have never really comprehended what they went through. Your story gives me some insight into how they were feeling. My sister is also a NICU nurse at KEMH and has been for a long time. I truly admire her and the work those wonderful professionals do.

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    Gosh, how scary!!!

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    Amazing story, thanks for sharing :-)

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    I have a couple of friends have prems at KEMH and myself have a live 12 week ectopic removed there.
    It is an amazing hospital where true miracles happen.

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    I remember the nicu nurse we had there, or one of actually. Margaret her name was. She looked so young but had the attitude and wisdom of someone much much older.

    Those photos brought back memories. You never do quite "appreciate" the nicu experience fully until you experience it yourself.


 
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