After yesterday's update on The Curious Case of Ashutosh Dwivedi, I shall update on Ashuminator Salvation.
Ashu went through the surgery safe and sound.
Once we arrived, we went to Room 523.
The hospital food was bland so we brought Ashu Naan bread from Taj Curry House.
Ashu went through uretheroscopy first where they insert the equipment into his urethra looking for the kidney stones,break them and flush them out. After that its J stenting which is the placement of a stent used to dilate the ureter and allow stones that may have got stuck in the ureter to pass. That will stay in his body for approximately 3 weeks and he will have to go back to the hospital to remove it.
The above image is an example of how it looks inside his body when the scope goes into his body. The yellow object is the kidney stone. It will then be broken down into smaller pieces by a drill like object at the front.
These are the broken bits of the kidney stones from Ashu's body.
The nurse coming to check his blood pressure and body temperature again. According to Ashuminator, he has been asked 21 times about his allergies and explaining the same thing to them every single time is tiring. This is due to the fact that there are many student nurse in Subang Jaya Medical Centre and they rotate a lot to have more practice but can't they just check from his file or something?
Sami from Malawi was all fascinated by the modern facilities in the ward.
At last we disinfected our hands before we left. Ashuminator will be discharged before 12pm the next day. Wish him well!