On Friday, November 24 Vicky was taken to the hospital for back pain. They sent her home with antibiotics. That Sunday she started having a hard time breathing and had excruciating chest pain. She was rushed to hospital and was then diagnosed with a blood clots in her lungs. By Sunday night she could no longer breathe on her own and was put on a ventilator and induced into a coma. On Monday her condition kept deteriorating as every organ in her body was shutting down and a mass on her kidney was detected which had a severe infection that was secreting into her organs. By Monday night her very young daughters were faced with the choice of transporting their Mom to another hospital (which was a very dangerous procedure that she might not survive) or keep her there on life support, which was not doing anything at all to help her. Her condition would eventually deteriorate to point where they would eventually have to take her off of life support. A team of specialists came in with equipment for an artificial heart and lungs which were then attached to Vicky’s body. She was then immediately transported to a different hospital where she has been slowly improving. She was not able to breathe on her own and had a machine attached to each side of her neck that was functioning as her lungs. Vicky stayed in the hospital in critical condition until Sunday, December 17th. Vicky is now in heaven and we hope to see her again when our time comes to see our God as well.
We are asking for help with the funeral costs and for the medical bills to lighten some of the load the her girls and the family will need to pay.
Any amount you give would be a tremendous blessing and greatly appreciated! We do ask for continued prayers for Vicky, Noemi and Ester and her family who were at her side night and day until she went to be with our Lord.
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