Longing for Spring to come. We had enough of cold i think. The Eins had athma again last monday. Starting with cough and cold that lead them to hard breathing, hence Athma.
So We went to GP last tuesday. Zahin's condition was mild but Iris's condition was quite bad. So the GP had to breach procedure and gave Iris nebulizer before the ambulance coming. Actually, children are not allowed to get nebulizer at GP. Hmm..which i didn't agreed. :(
When London ambulance arrived, three paramedic were ready to take my little girl to Queens hospital. I was waiting in the car because the parking was just for residents holder. But as usual, i can't wait any longer after hubby texted telling that the ambulance was on the way, so i left Zafri who was sleeping in the car with panic.
When i reached the treatment room, hubby quickly went to the car. Pass baton! I saw Iris's already got the nebulizer for the second time and her condition seemed better than before. But still they decided to bring her to the hospital. I accompanied Iris shakily inside the ambulance while hubby followed behind by car. That's was my first time experience. But inside the ambulance, it's not that scary. Everything was in order and so neat, just not what i had in mind..
On the way, the paramedics checked her again. Other paramedic wrote in a document to be given atthe hospital and interviewed me too. Also i was praying and hoping that Iris;s condition will be getting better. It's not really emergency at that time so the driver aka paramedic (the lady in the pic above ;)) didn't switch on the siren and drove with no rush.
As soon as we arrived at Queens hospital, Iris;s were pushed to Children A&E. The doctor and nurse already ready to attend her. The doc also confirmed that her condition was alot better since the oxygen level above 95. Alhamdulillah..
Still she was given another round nebulizer and had to wait in A&E for close monitoring since her heart rate was quite high, 160++. But the Indian doctor told us there will be no ward admittance. What a relief!
So Iris was transferred to Children ward (AICD) in order to be discharged around 5PM. We were finally discharged after 15 minutes and was provided with inhaler and steroid tablet. Alhandulillah, Iris is still in recovering process now. Hopefully, she will be fully recovered in no time. Amin!