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Byron Pratt, age 11, has Cerebral Palsy (Right Hemiplegia) caused by a stroke before birth. In 2015 he developed seizures and a rare form of Epilepsy called ESES, neither of which responded to treatment with medications. On November 3, 2017 he had a Functional Hemispherectomy. He has had many other major procedures in his short life including surgery for exotropia in both eyes, tonsils and adenoids removal, Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR), Constraint Therapy, and heel cord lengthening. The recent posts are about the Hemispherectomy and what follows. Older posts about other procedures can be found earlier in the blog or by links in the sidebar.

Friday, November 24, 2017

The Night Shift

Kudos to all Moms who get up in the middle of the night for feedings.  I forget the slam of fatigue one gets from the night shift.  But ALL IS WELL this morning.  Fever is back down and he seems better.  It was worth it.  Just five more nights 😝

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