Ok, trying to do a more detailed medical update in the midst of the crazyness: Our major issue is respiratory. This morning, Izaac's oxygen saturation seems even lower than it has been the past few days. We took him off the non re-breather while he ate and he hit 72% after less than ten minutes on room air. (They don't have a nasal cannula to supplement). His chest x-ray from last night actually looks almost normal and is way better than the on of three days ago. The doctor here keeps talking of bronco-spasm but he doesn't respond at all to any neb treatments.
Now, in the hours since I started this blog post we have a whole new problem. We know we need to get to a place with more medical resources. So there is a Children's hospital waiting for us in Kenya and we have an air ambulance lined up. But Kenya now does not allow visas at the airports. So there is a two day wait to get permission to enter the country.
It is 9:30 pm here. These guys have had some very long days and are beyond tired. We need to get this kid some medical help. He is constantly tachy into the 130's and beyond. He never has a sat more than 88% on 15 liters. We can't get blood gasses. The pediatrician here practically admitted that he has no more ideas and has tried everything he can. No one likes to hear that.
Terrible and short but I'll try to get more up shortly.