Now what had me down was the fear of acute cortical necrosis, a rare condition usually associated with renal failure in obstetrics. In this situation, the kidney does not recover, and many times the urine volumes are high, but of very poor quality.
I just went to researching articles and verified the rarity of this being ACN. Statistically, it's the better, Acute Tubular Necrosis (ATN). Time will tell. The polyuria is a very good sign.
And, we have Lin back. She's awfully weak, but she's with us, and she looks beautiful! She looks so much better with most of the tubes and monitors gone. She is getting a physical and occupational therapy workout. She has very little appetite.
Today, Geoff and Jeanie and little Jessica came by. Beautiful girl, Jessie. John was by the other day. Eve may be there tomorrow. Everyone is calling and sending her best wishes.