My 1 year old son is going in for open heart surgery in a few weeks, and I am really worried about about the urinary catheterization process (among other things) I really wish this was a non-issue but I am afraid that they are going to forcefully retract my son and cause damage. I am looking for advice for other parents that have been in the same boat, or any other advice. What should/can I do?
I would call Marilyn Milos of NoCirc: 415-488-9883. (She is in California.)
She is a nurse and very helpful . She also answers her phone readily.
Best of luck with the surgery!
I agree with A&A call Marilyn and get her opinions as well.
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