I figure let's skip over all the past 2 days...he's on 6 liters of hi-flow oxygen and they upped his BiPap settings at night. I refuse to say when I think he might be released because every time I say hopefully tomorrow we seem to win ourselves another day or two.
They are starting him on steroids today and hopefully that will help us turn a corner. When you put your hands on his back you can feel the rattles in his lungs.
He's crabby and ornery and playing Playstation. And I bet that we'll have the same status report later on today.