I found good information regarding this subject. What is alarming to me is how the Insurance Companies work.
My father has a pubic cathader and prostrate issues that will never be corrected. We go to the hospital monthly for infection by ambulance but he will not be admitted unless he has fever. My father doesn't show fever until he is critical.
I am on the second trip in a week for infection. It's so confusing to me because of the damage of the Dementia it caused to find the proper base line.
My dad last week was released Wednesday after Septis and that same night his tempt was bordering fever for two days then fine then next day pressure up and down drowning and not speaking like stroke.
Back in hospital with fluid in chest and threw three antibodics at him. I'm pretty sure they don't know what they are treating and it's scary it takes so long to get a positive result. Does that mean his treatment for Septis wasn't complete? Now they say they are treating Ecoli. What does that mean?
His heart took a hit this time. Problems swallowing yesterday.
After this does organs die or fail ? So confused.