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Subject: Re: the latest on my stepmom
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On Nov 3, 7:34=A0pm, Jeanne Douglas <hlwdj...@NOSPAMgmail.com> wrote:
> Recent facebook post by my sis:
> "Looks like Mom will be released tomorrow, but will go to a Skilled
> Nursing Facility for two weeks to recover & gain strength. She needs to
> be on IV antibiotics for two weeks. Letting the SNF take care of that
> rather than teaching me how to administer them sounds like a great plan
> to me."
Keeping a good thought for both you and your stepmom, Jeanne.
Administering IV antibiotics really isn't that bad. Kid Brother was
in the hospital for a week in April, and had a 10-day course of some
really strong stuff when he came home. The home health nurse came and
checked to make sure we knew how to do it, but it really wasn't that
big of a deal.
Still, if you can hack the cost of a SNF, why not?
Brenda Nelson, A.A.#34 and A+ atheist
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