3.06.2013

Hospital Visitors

Macky was officially admitted to the hospital last January 29, 2012; 11:45 PM. I am just so thankful that God gave us the strength and wisdom to bring him to the hospital right that moment.

Upon admission, the doctor in the emergency room checked Macky and initially told us that he has high fever. His initial laboratory results showed that his platelet was normal at 159. Doc Grace, Macky's doctor has ordered a platelet and hematocrit test for Macky every six hours to monitor his status thoroughly.The series of tests has indeed proved that Macky has dengue fever as his platelet count lowers in every test. We were told that there is no medicine for dengue fever the most important thing that should be done is to hydrate Macky and make sure that he drink a lot of water to prevent dehydration.


This hospitalization is actually his first. We are just thankful that after nine days of being in the hospital, he was able to survive dengue fever. One of the things that Macky and the rest of us appreciated so much was the untiring presence of his friends and classmates who visited him in the hospital since day 1. 


Thank you very much friends and classmates for spending your time to visit Macky in the hospital. You surely made him feel loved and special during his hospital stay. Thank you also to Macky's adviser Sir Jade for visiting Macky in the hospital and for being so thoughtful. To all of you, thank you very much from the bottom of our hearts.


11 comments:

  1. Uy hala. Musta na si Macky, Teh? I hope he is now well and good.

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  2. He's doing fine na Teh. He's already back in school and a I guess he is busy reviewing for NAT for graduating students and also for his upcoming graduation.

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  3. Macky is very lucky and blessed to have a "Mom" like you sis Rovie I am glad that he is now okay.

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  4. glad he is all well now Rovs, did not know there is no medicine for dengue fever but the condition can be reversed by hydrating, now, it makes me think if there is dengue fever here too but usually just termed as "dehydration sickness".

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  5. It can really be scary when any of our loved ones get sick. I hope he's doing ok now.

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  6. Oh! Good to hear Rovs he's doing good now. I remember when my brother has dengue. It was really hard to see him in the hospital.

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  7. Good to hear that Macky is fine now. So touch naman ako sa gesture ng friends and classmates nya. One thing is sure, Macky knows how to treasure friendship. Macky you can now run as School President. LOL

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  8. Dengue is scary as not a few have succumbed to it. Macky is lucky to have sweet caring you who had him checked at once. Indeed it helped too that he has friends who cheered him throughout his hospital stay. He must be a very good boy to have so many friends. May your family be always blessed with good health sis! Happy weekend :)

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  9. This is not the first time I saw these photos te Rovs. Updated ako when Macky was in the hospital 'coz of the photos you posted. Grabe ang friends ni Macky :)

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  10. HOpe he's doing better now! At wala talagang mas gaganda pa at mas nakakatulong sa recovery sa suporta at pagmamahal na pinapakita ng mga tao sa paligid natin.. Simpleng dalaw nga lang sa hospital, nakakapagbigay na yan ng kakaibang sigla sa may sakit.. =) Nakakatuwang tignan na talagang binisita sya ng mga kaibigan nya sa school.. How nice of them to have thought of paying him a visit! =)

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  11. that's good to hear that he is doing fine now. :) macky is so lucky to have you around. ang sweet naman ng mga classmates and friends nya, katuwa lang. i bet they missed macky those days! :)

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