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Ryan Diviney Special Needs Trust
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20585 Ashburn Village Blvd.
Ashburn, VA 20147
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Rotary Club of Ashburn Dinner
The Rotary Club of Ashburn will host a dinner fundraising event for Ryan.
Date: April 30, 2011
45120 Waxpool Road
Dulles, VA 20166
All proceeds will go to Ryan's care. The Diviney's are in need of a purchase of a Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber (HBOT), as they currently rent one for $3,100 per month.
Contact Nancy Pav at 703-726-3421 for more information.
Radiance Salon Fundraiser for Ryan
Both Radiance locations in Broadlands and Lansdowne, VA will donate a percentage of gift card sales in MAY to Ryan's Rally.
This is exciting since it coincides with Mother's Day!
Ask for Aimee for questions.
Visit Radiance Salon and Media-Spa
Tuesdays, at Ruby Tuesday
Starting Tuesday, April 19, anyone who dines at the Ashburn Village Ruby Tuesday AND mentions they are there to support Ryan, Ruby Tuesday will donate 10% of your check to Ryan’s Special Needs Trust Fund!
This promotion currently has no end date. So, every Tuesday it is in effect.
Greg Wells & RE/MAX Golf Tournament to Benefit Ryan
May 12, 2011 at 1757 Golf Club
Registration Deadline: APRIL 15
Payment In Full Deadline: APRIL 30
For more information or electronic registration form: Contact Greg Wells at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-732-7715.
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Tag Archives: ICU
Yesterday was uneventful. This is a good thing. A very good thing, indeed! Unless something was overlooked it appears Ryan will be returning home later today. Two weeks of ICU is exhausting. Advertisements
Our family wishes (nearly) everyone a HAPPY NEW YEAR! As of now, we are still looking at Sunday for discharge. Although Ryan’s care is amazing and the people at Loudoun Hospital treat us great, we are excited to get home.
Yesterday was clearly Ryan’s best day in weeks. Sue watched him while I did my best to catch up on sleep in the recliner in his room.
Ryan remains on contact isolation for the Pseudomonas bacteria. From a respiratory perspective, he had a very good day. His lungs are sounding clearer each day and he is maintaining 100% oxygen saturation nearly all the time.
The sputum sample collected during the bronchoscopy on Thursday returned the presence of another bacteria, pseudomonas. Ryan’s is now in considered on contact precaution/isolation because of the potential seriousness of this bacteria.
Ryan is completely off supplemental oxygen. He was taken off around noon yesterday. He has maintained superb oxygen saturation on his own, mostly pegged on 100% utilization. All labs came back well too. White blood count at 5.7K. All other results, … Continue reading
Ryan was extubated early yesterday afternoon. It’s great to see that tube out of his month and no longer being attached to a ventilator.
The doctor performed the bronchoscopy last night around 8:00PM. It was done bedside, so we had the opportunity to see Ryan’s lungs in real time. Both lungs were clear and healthy looking. The only mucus accumulation was at the bottom … Continue reading
We hope that all those who have not been naughty this year found what they wanted under the tree. Ryan had a restful night. He was placed on a continuous IV infusion of propofol (the “Michael Jackson” drug) to sedate him … Continue reading
The sputum (throat mucus) cultures have grown out. Ryan grew a bacteria called “serratia marcescens”. This is an opportunistic bacteria that develops secondarily. It will be treated with an antibiotic called “ceftazidime”. The treatment is to administer the ceftazidime antibiotic … Continue reading