Schmoopy Calcium Levels

03.03.15 – Calcium = 11 (within normal range) (Creatine Kinase high at 416 (range = 10-200)
06.20.16 – Calcium = 10.7 (within normal range)
12.07.16 – Calcium = 11.4 (within normal range)
04.10.17 – Calcium = 12.8 (above high normal)
04.27.17 – Calcium = 15.3 (above high normal) (earlier this week, SubQ fluids, Lasix & diuretic in an effort to get Calcium under control)
04.27.17 – Ionized Calcium = 1.41 (above high normal) (IV fluids)
04.28.17 – Ionized Calcium = 1.4 (above high normal)
05.01.17 – Ionized Calcium = 1.3 (on morning of surgery (prior to surgery)) (within normal range)
05.10.17 – Ionized Calcium = 1.43 (above high normal)
05.16.17 – Ionized Calcium = 1.88 (above high normal) - This is the highest it has ever been
05.17.17 – Ionized Calcium = 1.64 (above high normal) but less than yesterday.

05.18.17 – Ionized Calcium = 1.44 (above high normal) but going down.
05.19.17 – Ionized Calcium = 1.36 (slightly above high normal)
05.23.17 – Ionized Calcium = 1.12 (slightly below normal)
05.29.17 – Ionized Calcium = 1.87 (above high normal)

Thursday, July 12, 2012

So thrilled to hear a good ending...

From Best in Show Daily:

Quince's Story directly from Jill and Jeff: At 9:30am this morning we received a phone call that Quince was spotted across the street from 7007 Pleasant Valley Road in Irwin, PA, sitting in a driveway next to a barn. We had a sighting there a few days ago so felt very optimistic. As soon as he arrived he was nowhere to be seen. I got on the phone with Karin TarQwyn the Canine Private Investigator who pulled up my location on a map. She sighted a small overgrown path to the right of the property (that we hadn't known about) and told me to go down it alone. It took me about 30 minutes of walking slowly with Knox, calling Quince's name. I got to the end of the trail - it was a dead end. I was feeling like this could have just been another false alarm. I turned to walk the trail back to the sighting area and about 10 steps into it, there was Quince, staring right at me and walking to my direction! He had been following me!!!!! He stood still like a deer in the headlights, alert, ears up, checking me out. I stayed calm as I realized he could run. I started to kneel on on leg and began to pet Knox. I said "Quince" and he ran to me full speed ahead!!! THANK YOU to everyone for believing in me, us, Quince. Thank you to the owners/breeders for the positive messages and phone calls and entrusting us with Quince. Thank you to all of the friends we have made, old and new who helped search day and night for Quince. A message to everyone in Facebook land - NEVER GIVE UP.

Photo credit goes to Jeffrey Hanlin

1 comment:

Faith Shen said...

Your so lucky and blessed to have your mom in your life she's very lovely and caring :D

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