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Lung Surgery
Vent Trials
Freddie Starts Breathing Over Vent
Neck & Pelvis Surgeries
Different Attitudes
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
WakeMed Ignores Post-Op Complicatios from  Hole in Lung from Surgery
WakeMed's Ethics Committee
WakeMed Refuses to Treat Freddie
Freddie's Condition Improves Tremendously with Treatments
WakeMed Refuses to Treat Freddie
WakeMed Refuses to Treat Freddie
WakeMed Ignores Post-Op Complicatios from  Hole in Lung from Surgery
Freddie Fighting 2nd Pneumonia Picked Up in WakeMed
Freddie Fighting 2nd Pneumonia Picked Up in WakeMed
Different Attitudes
WakeMed Neuro-ICU   April 4th 2011
“WakeMed Will Not Give Up on Freddie and Our goals are the same as yours for his Recovery.  Freddie will get everything he needs at WakeMed with No Limits on Treatments or Time."
Kathy Thompson, WakeMed's Out Patient Rehab Manager
WakeMed Neuro-ICU   March 2011
"Make Freddie A Ward of the State or Take Him Home?"
Wanita, WakeMed's Case/Social Worker
WakeMed Children's Hospital-PICU   May 17th 2011
“The Vent is Causing Freddie to Move his Legs"
Johnathan Koo, WakeMed's Physical Therapy
WakeMed Neuro ICU   May 5th 2011
“Bronchial Wash went very well and Freddie stayed stable through the whole procedure.  I was able to get a lot of that left over junk from the pneumonia out.  I was able to put him on pressure support and he is doing fine.  I may need to another bronch-wash again in a few days."
Dr. Joel S. Goodwin II, WakeMed Trauma MD
WakeMed Neuro-ICU   March 2011
“You should consider taking Freddie to a place like Sheppard's in Atlanta, GA. with his injuries and their combination. Sheppard's has a specialized approach and will be the place that is capable of treating him.  WakeMed just can’t offer the treatments he requires."
RNs & Johnathan Koo, WakeMed's Physical Therapy
WakeMed Neuro-ICU   March 2011
“Freddie won't be able go to Sheppard's.  Because of the combination and severity of his injuries."
Johnathan Koo, WakeMed's Physical Therapy
WakeMed Neuro-ICU   March 6th 2011
“Wow, Freddie sure does have a lot of secretions.  I just suctioned him.  He produces way more secretions than normal."
WakeMed RNs & RTs
WakeMed Neuro ICU   March 10th 2011
“There is no way to know what Freddie's recovery will be.  I have done all that I can, we will have to wait and see.  The odds with this type of injury are not good.  But I am a God fearing man and I have seen miracles."
Dr. Russell R. Margraf, Neurosurgeon
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   May 31st 2011
“I agree with stepping up bronch-washes to help Freddie off the vent and that will be our plan.”
Dr. Mark Piehl, Director of WakeMed Children's Hospital
WakeMed Neuro-ICU   April 7th 2011    am
“Freddie responded by moving his legs when I did my SCI exam."
WakeMed Neuro ICU RN
“Don't say anything to the family about Freddie moving his legs."
WakeMed Neuro-ICU   April 8th 2011
WakeMed Neuro ICU PT Team
" Thats just reflex and that is normal.  There is no way that Freddie will ever move any muscles below his neck injury."
“He is not suppose to do that.  He is not suppose to be doing that.  Freddie is not supposed to be moving his legs like that”
Johnathan Koo, WakeMed's Physical Therapy
WakeMed Neuro ICU RN
WakeMed Neuro-ICU   April 7th 2011    pm
WakeMed Neuro-ICU   May 6th 2011
Leslie S. Causey,  WakeMed Trauma Team PA
" This is huge, Freddie’s ability to do this is huge.  We are excited about him doing pressure support because with these injuries we didn't know if Freddie would ever be able to do this on his own."
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   June 1st 2011
“We may have to remove Freddie's lung to rid him of the pnuemonia to allow Freddie get off vent.”
Dr. Stephen Leinenweber, Director of  WakeMed Children's PICU
*Instead of Stepping Up Treatments, Dr. Leinenweber Wants an Ultrasound Performed.  This Shows Freddie Does Indeed Have Capacity to Breathe.
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   June 5th 2011
“So what is your problem with the surgery, do you just have a problem with removing body parts?”
Dr. Stephen Leinenweber, Director of  WakeMed Children's PICU
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   June 8th 2011
“We have a surgeon willing to do the lung surgery now.  And if we wait and your way doesn’t work, well then; with Freddie’s injuries we probably will not get a surgeon to do it later.  Then if you are wrong, you son could very well die and that would be your fault.  You don't want that, do you?”
Dr. Stephen Leinenweber, Director of  WakeMed Children's PICU
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   July 13th 2011
“Freddie can’t live here at WakeMed, he needs to go home.”
Johnathan Koo, WakeMed's Physical Therapy
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   June, July and August 2011
“There is nothing wrong with Freddie's lung from the surgery.  Freddie can't get off the vent because: He just can't breathe because of his other injuries.  Freddie can't do it because of pneumonia.  Freddie will never be able to breathe off the vent.  We are getting him ready to go home.”
WakeMed's Dr. Mark Piehl - Dr. Stephen Leinenweber - Dr. Bridget Donell - Dr. Cinoman - Dr. Alexander - Jonathan Koo, PT
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   July 26th 2011
“I never want to see a rehab program at WakeMed like Sheppard’s or The Carolinas with focus treatment methods for TBI / SCI / Vent patients like Freddie”
Johnathan Koo, WakeMed's Physical Therapist
WakeMed CICU & Children's Hospital PICU   May 14th 2011
“I have never seen a patient have to be suctioned so much.  Man, Freddie has a lot of secretions, I just have to keep suctioning him."
WakeMed RNs & RTs
Timeline  -  The Inconvenient Truth of Freddie's Healthcare at WakeMed
Freddie's Healthcare Events
WakeMed Ignores Post-Op Complicatios from  Hole in Lung from Surgery
WakeMed Refuses to Treat Freddie
WakeMed Refuses to Treat Freddie
Freddie's Condition Improves Tremendously with Treatments
Freddie Fighting 2nd Pneumonia Picked Up in WakeMed
Freddie Fighting 2nd Pneumonia Picked Up in WakeMed
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   August 9th 2011
“Freddie can’t breathe on his own, His lung muscles don't work.  We shouldn’t be doing vent trials or trying to wean, we should get Freddie stable on vent to go home.”
Johnathan Koo, WakeMed's Physical Therapist
*Freddie Breathes Off Vent with Dr. Honeycutt's Efforts to Help Freddie and Bronch Washes.  While, the rest of WakeMed continues to deny problem from lung surgery and only focused on getting Freddie out.
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   June 10th 2011
“The upper lobe is healthy and after removing the lower lobe, the upper will stretch out and expand in a couple of days the lung should be working and we won't have to worry about the infection anymore.”
Dr. William Sullivan, WakeMed Trauma Surgeon
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   July 10th 2011
"We will do whatever, whenever you need to do to help Freddie with his lungs.  We sometimes have to do bronch-washes everyday to help a patient that is having problems, it won’t hurt anything for Freddie to have additional bronch-washes.  I or any of the Intensivist will be happy to come help Freddie anytime."
Dr. Matheis, WakeMed Intensivist
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   August 11th 2011
"I've viewed the CT, there is no hole and the lung is not leaking"
Dr. Bridget Donell, WakeMed Children's PICU
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   August 12th 2011
"The CT results show there is a Hole in Lung and it is leaking.  Dr. Sullivan wants to talk to you."
Dr. Bridget Donell, WakeMed Children's PICU
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   August 9th 2011
"We are getting Freddie ready to go home.  The Intensivist said this will be their last bronch-wash.  They have nothing to offer Freddie.  There is no problem with lung from surgery."
Dr. Bridget Donell - Dr. Mark Piehl, WakeMed Children's PICU
“Um, see that?  That incision at the stump doesn't look right, let me take some pictures.”
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   August 10th 2011
"Um, that stump doesn't look good.  Nurse, can you get the surgeon to come take a look at this ?"
Dr. Christopher Dunatov, WakeMed Intevsivist
"OK, I see.  Lets see when we can get a CT scheduled."
Dr. William Sullivan, WakeMed Trauma Surgeon
*Freddie Moved to PICU Because of Hospital Overcrowding
WakeMed Children's Hospital-PICU   August 11th 2011
“I don't want Freddie to get off the vent.  I think we should stop weaning.  He needs to go home."
Johnathan Koo, WakeMed's Physical Therapy
Dr. William Sullivan, WakeMed Trauma Surgeon
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   August 12th 2011
"We have to figure out the best way to fix the hole in Freddie's Lung"
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   September 1st 2011
"I feel we are getting to that point where we have done all that we can for Freddie.  I think we should just see what will happen without continuing treatments.
You said, that when it came time to accept the situation that you would. "
Dr. Mark Piehl, Director of WakeMed Children's Hospital
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   September 1st 2011
"We are pulling out our services for Freddie.  We are working on making better instructions on Freddie's therapy and we are going to orient one day nurse on how to correctly perform the therapies and she will be able to show the other nurses.
We have not been able to see other patients because we've had to see Freddie."
Mark Thorne, WakeMed Physical / Occupational Therapist
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   September 7th 2011
"The Intensivists said they won't come treat Freddie. 
Ok, let me try to persuade some more or maybe find someone that will have a different opinion.
Dr. Mark Piehl, Director of WakeMed Children's Hospital
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   September 9th 2011
"I'm recommending to Dr. Piehl that we separate the injuries and there issues from one another.  It should be that we treat each one individually and quit deciding not to treat one with regards of the others.
I want to apoligized on behalf of WakeMed to you for what has been happening with your son's care."
Dr. Pascal Udekwu, Director of WakeMed Trauma Center
WakeMed Children's Hospital-PICU September 13th 2011
'In situations like this; it should be that we have an unbiased group to look at and make recommendations as what is needed to be done."
Dr. Stephen Leinenweber, Director of  WakeMed Children's PICU
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   September 14th 2011
"This is a very difficult situation for WakeMed.
Dr. Piehl feels like he wants to help but can’t.  He has been trying very hard but has not been able to get the other doctors to get on board to help Freddie."
WakeMed Ethics Committee
WakeMed Neuro ICU   April 2011
“The vent is great tool at saving lives but you want to get off it as quick as you can.  It's not if the vent will kill you... It's when the vent will kill you."
WakeMed Neuro ICU RT
"I know that you are upset from talking to the other doctors.  We are going to change the way we are handling Freddie’s care and I have gotten WakeMed’s Intensivist to come and start treating Freddie."
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   July 10th 2011
Dr. Mark Piehl, Director of WakeMed Children's Hospital
"I just happen to be aggressive in my practice as a doctor, and I hear your frustrations.  I will be on duty and have Freddie this upcoming week.  I will treat Freddie aggressively and look at all possibilities  and I will  introduce some new ideas to help Freddie."
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   July 8th 2011
Dr. Travis Honeycutt, WakeMed PICU MD
"Well, we didn’t expect that we would be having this post-op response.  It is the lung and the mucus plugs that are causing Freddie's problems.  Freddie will always have problems with mucus."
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   July 7th 2011
Dr. Stephen Leinenweber, Director of  WakeMed Children's PICU
Sunday, October 2nd 2011
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Different Attitudes
Freddie Fighting 2nd Pneumonia Picked Up in WakeMed
Freddie Fighting 2nd Pneumonia Picked Up in WakeMed
Freddie Fighting 2nd Pneumonia Picked Up in WakeMed
Lung Surgery
Lung Surgery
WakeMed Ignores Post-Op Complicatios from  Hole in Lung from Surgery
WakeMed Ignores Post-Op Complicatios from  Hole in Lung from Surgery
WakeMed Ignores Post-Op Complicatios from  Hole in Lung from Surgery
WakeMed Ignores Post-Op Complicatios from  Hole in Lung from Surgery
WakeMed Ignores Post-Op Complicatios from  Hole in Lung from Surgery
WakeMed Refuses to Treat Freddie
WakeMed Refuses to Treat Freddie
WakeMed Refuses to Treat Freddie
Freddie's Condition Improves Tremendously with Treatments
Freddie's Condition Improves Tremendously with Treatments
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   September 19th 2011
"I'm happy to come treat Freddie with his pulmonary needs and do the bronch-washes."
Dr. Timothy B. Hart
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   September 28th 2011
"RT needs to do more for Freddie.  I come in to do the bronch-wash and it looks as if nothing has been done to clear his lungs for hours."
Dr. Timothy B. Hart
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   October 2nd 2011
"The PICU doctor reduced his respiratory care regiment to every 6 hrs from every 4 hrs."
WakeMed PICU RN & RT
Freddie's Condition Improves Tremendously with Treatments
"The Duke surgeon doesn’t think there is any good way to fix the hole in Freddie’s lung.  We will just keep doing the weekly bronch-washes and keep Freddie in good shape and see if it continues to heal over."
Dr. Mark Piehl, Director of WakeMed Children's Hospital
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   October 4th 2011
"You know, Freddie is going to be at great risk from RSV’s.  The PICU fills up with children that have it this time every year and It is highly contagious.  I have to figure out a way to protect Freddie from exposure because it would be devastating to him with his respiratory condition.  Maybe I can move Freddie to a room in the back of Children’s Hospital away from where the sick kids would be.  Let me think about what to do about this before they start coming in."
Dr. Mark Piehl, Director of WakeMed Children's Hospital
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   October 6th 2011
"There is no good option in the Children’s Hospital to protect Freddie from RSV exposure.  So I have worked out a deal with 5A unit to take Freddie even though Freddie technically isn’t ready to go to step down from ICU."
Freddie's Condition Improves Tremendously with Treatments
Freddie's Condition Improves Tremendously with Treatments
Pauline Stillman, 5A mgr. - Allyson Edmundson, Intensivist's NP
WakeMed 5A StepDown   October 13th 2011
"We look forward to having Freddie and taking good care of him.  You do not need to worry about Freddie getting treated in 5a.  We have been told and understand what has happened in the past, that will not happen here.  We have good nurses in 5A and I’m sure they will love to care for him.  We are going to do everything that Freddie needs.  You let me know if there is anything that needs attention and I will make sure it gets taken care of.  You will not need to worry up here.  We are doing everything we can to make sure Freddie gets the treatments he needs and we want Freddie to get better."
'We need to find out more about what can help the hole in Freddie's Lung.  How about adjusting the peep pressures, fevers and we need to know if Dr. Hart is going to be allowed to continue the weekly bronch-washes."

"I think Freddie will do well in 5A.  I want to apologize for the way things have gone in PICU, we are sorry.

Oh yea, we have learned a lot from the way things have gone with Freddie.

I wish you guys and Freddie the best and maybe he will continue with his recovery without anymore complications."
Dr. Stephen Leinenweber, Director of  WakeMed Children's PICU
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   October 17th 2011
*Freddie18th Birthday 10-15-2011
*Tuesday, October 18th 2011    Freddie Moves to 5A
*Bronch-Wash - Dr. Hart Orders Freddie's RT Treatments Back to 4 hr (Q4)
'Hello, I am with WakeMed and I want to search for Freddie's Social Security Benefits.  I need you to give me his Social Security no. and sign this form authorizing me to request all of Freddie's SSA records to make sure he is getting everything he is intitled to from the federal government."
William Seehorn, WakeMed’s Social Security Benefits
WakeMed Finaincial Office    October 14th 2011
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Freddie's Condition Improves Tremendously with Treatments
Freddie's Condition Improves Tremendously with Treatments
Freddie's Condition Improves Tremendously with Treatments
Monday, October 31st 2011
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Freddie's Condition Improves Tremendously with Treatments
Freddie's Condition Improves Tremendously with Treatments
Freddie's Condition Improves Tremendously with Treatments
Thursday, November 17th 2011
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Pauline Stillman, WakeMed 5A Manager
WakeMed 5A StepDown   December 13th 2011
“Yea, the PT isn’t getting done.  Freddie is not getting it.  I will check into the Physical Therapy and get back with you.”
Pauline Stillman, WakeMed 5A Manager
WakeMed 5A StepDown   October 21st 2011
“My nurses are limited on time and normally use catheters and run continuous feeds.”
Allyson Edmundson, WakeMed Intensivist NP
“There really isn’t any difference doing it this way as compared to the other.”
Pauline Stillman, WakeMed 5A Manager
WakeMed 5A StepDown   October 31th 2011
“Happy to help.  Just let me know if there is anything else.”
Thursday, December 15th 2011
Freddie's Condition Improves Tremendously with Treatments
Freddie's Condition Improves Tremendously with Treatments
Freddie's Condition Improves Tremendously with Treatments
Freddie's Condition Improves Tremendously with Treatments
Thursday, December 22nd 2011
*Hole in Freddie's Lung from Surgery has finally Healed!
Freddie's Condition Improves Tremendously with Treatments
Friday, December 23rd 2011
Freddie's Condition Improves Tremendously with Treatments
Pauline Stillman, WakeMed 5A Manager
WakeMed 5A StepDown   December 22nd 2011
“Skip had planned to come up last night to speak with Fred but had something come up. His plan to come up next week.”
Pauline Stillman, WakeMed 5A Manager
WakeMed 5A StepDown   December 15th 2011
"I spoke with Skip Roy, Manager for Rehab services, he is supposed to come up and get with Fred sometime next week."
Sunday, December 25th 2011
*Christmas Day 2011
Monday, December 26th 2011
Tuesday, December 27th 2011
Wednesday, December 28th 2011
Allyson Edmundson, WakeMed Intensivist's NP
WakeMed 5A StepDown   December 28th 2011
“Dr. Hart consulted with us and thinks that the hole in Freddie’s lung healed.  He is discontinuing his scheduled weekly bronch-washes to just do them when Freddie needs them done.  I'm starting with slow, very slow weaning Freddie off the vent.  This morning I reduced his breathing rate down from 8 to 6 breaths per minute and turned down a different vent setting to accommodate Freddie’s increased breathing volumes.”
Friday, December 30th 2011
*Day 300 in WakeMed
*Day 100 in WakeMed
*Day 200 in WakeMed
Saturday, December 24th 2011
Skip Roy, WakeMed Physical Therapy Rehab Manager
WakeMed 5A StepDown   December 26th 2011
“I want to apologize for not have taking the time to come by and introduce myself to you during the ten months you have been at WakeMed.  I will be checking into Freddie's situation and what we can do for him.  Tonight, I just wanted to come and introduce myself to you.  I will look into what we can do for Freddie and I will get back to you next week.”
Kate Brookhouser, WakeMed's Social / Case Worker
WakeMed 5A StepDown   December 2011
“Hello Mr. Lempe, we need to get together to get Freddie’s discharge plans...  Oh, well we still need to work on planning for his discharge.  We need to find him a place to go...  Ah, alright, I’ll see what I can do to help with getting Freddie PT but we still need to figure out where he is going to go.”
WakeMed Patient Family Member
WakeMed 5A StepDown   December 2011
“That Kate is a *****.  She just wants to get us out.”  She  doesn’t care anything about what we need or where would be the best place for us to go.   She just wants to get us out.”    As tears ran down this man's face.
Kate Brookhouser, WakeMed's Social / Case Worker
WakeMed 5A StepDown   December 2011
“I need Freddie’s social security number.  Paige, I need you to give me Freddie’s social  security number.  Will you get it and give it to me?” 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Freddie Gets to Work - Breathing Like A Champ
Freddie Gets to Work - Breathing Like A Champ
Freddie Gets to Work - Breathing Like A Champ
Freddie Gets to Work - Breathing Like A Champ
Freddie Gets to Work - Breathing Like A Champ
Freddie Gets to Work - Breathing Like A Champ
Freddie Gets to Work - Breathing Like A Champ
Freddie Gets to Work - Breathing Like A Champ
Freddie Gets to Work - Breathing Like A Champ
Troubles Again for Freddie from WakeMed's Social Workers
Troubles Again for Freddie from WakeMed's Social Workers
Troubles Again for Freddie from WakeMed's Social Workers
Troubles Again for Freddie from WakeMed's Social Workers
Off Vent 2 Hours
Off Vent 4 Hours
Off Vent - Left Lung Collapses
*PICU Dr. Honeycutt Keeps His Promise to Treat Freddie.  He Finds the Culprit Disease to Freddie's Excess Lung Mucus Production.  He Starts Long Term Antibiotic Treatment for Future Cure.
*PICU Doctors Takeover Freddie's Care from the Trauma Doctors
*Lung Surgery Pushed by WakeMed PICU to Rid Freddie from Pneumonia...
*Freddie Having Problems from Lung Surgery.  WakeMed Docs Do Nothing.
*Dr. Honeycutt Promises to Treat Freddie Aggressively.
*Dr. Leinenweber Makes Excuses.
*Dr. Piehl Promises Change and Brings In WakeMed Intensivist.
*Dr. Matheis Promises WakeMed Intensivist Will Treat Freddie.
*Hole Found In Freddie's Left Lung from Surgery???
*WakeMed's PT, Johnathan Koo Wants Freddie Out Bad.
*Freddie Breathes Off Vent and WakeMed Decides He Has To Go.
*WakeMed Finally Acknowledges Hole in Freddie's Left Lung from Their Surgery.
*Chaplain Patty Performs a Beautiful Baptism for Freddie.
*WakeMed's Intensivist Pull Out and Refuse Freddie Needed Medical Treatments after Finding and Identifying Hole In Lung from Surgery.
WakeMed Children's Hospital PICU   July 23rd 2011
“Don't Give Up.  No Matter How Bad Things Look, I Don't Want You to Give Up.”
-God
*WakeMed Physical Therapy Pulling Out on Freddie.
*WakeMed Giving Up on Freddie.
*WakeMed Intensivist Say NO to Freddie in Need of Medical Treatment.
*Dr. Udekwu Says WakeMed Needs to Stop This and Treat All of Freddie's Issues Seperately.
*Dr. Leinenweber Ignores Dr. Udekwu and Moves for WakeMed Ethics Committee.
*Dr. Hart Comes to WakeMed and Starts Treating Freddie's Pulmonary Medical Needs for WakeMed.
*Freddie's Medicaid Re-Approved for 6 Months (April 2012)...
*WakeMed's PT, Johnathan Koo Wants Freddie Out Really Bad.
*WakeMed's 5A Social/Case Worker, Kate Brookhouser Starts Working on Freddie's Case
*WakeMed PT's Improved Instructions
*Fred Tells Freddie Its Time to Get to Work Breathing over the Vent.  Freddie Starts Pulling 1200 Volumes, Setting Off the Alarms and Prompting RT and Ally to Reduce Settings.
Vent Trials
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Again, we cannot express what your support and prayers means for Freddie
and us.  Thank You all and we will continue to trust in Our Lord’s Will to prevail
regardless of WakeMed’s desires.
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