Earlier today we had a brief scare when it looked like he lost some pressure in his skull. The area where the bifrontal craniotomy in January was noticeably more sunken than earlier this morning. He was slightly less responsive. This is reminiscent of the crash he had in late May, so obviously we were quite concerned. The programmable shunt was readjusted and he was declined in the bed to reduce fluid loss from the head. It's seemed to re-inflate and he's doing better. The head surgeon will re-evaluate him in the morning and we will go from there and hopefully get him started on food again.
Thanks for all the well wishes, keep him in your thoughts,
Austin and Team 44