Sozyar is Resting, Doing Well, and on Life-Support in ICU
February 26, 2010 by Jeremy
Sozyar’s surgery went great – exactly according to plan. Her situation is so complex that she will likely need a follow-up surgery in four or five years – but even with today’s fix, known as a bidirectional Glenn, she has the chance to live a much healthier, longer life than was imaginable just a few hours ago.
That said, no child is “out of the woods” until they are extubated and out of ICU. She is still in critical condition. Do pray for her.
From all of us at the Preemptive Love Coalition and her parents,
|Isn’t it amazing to watch life-saving in progress? We are able to do this because people like you give $10, $25, and $50 – or whatever they could – to impact the future of kids in Iraq.
|Jeremy Courtney lives and loves in Iraq as a co-founder and Executive Director of the Preemptive Love Coalition. He's also the father of two spectacular children, and married to the lovely Jessica Courtney. When not absorbed in PLC work he can be found writing songs and singing about hope and future. Follow Jeremy on Twitter: @JCourt.|