Mason was very well behaved in the cath lab this morning. Meaning......... no unexpected episodes like last time!! The pressures in his heart look great. They are lower than his cath 10 days ago (biopsy 1), and in a very healthy normal range. The echo after his cath also showed that the leak in his tricuspid valve is very mild and less than cath 1 as well. Both are good signs for having stopped the rejection! Although, we won't know what the biopsy shows until later tonight.
Mason's case is being talked about right now in a a transplant team conference. They are setting up the plan of action if his rejection has not been significantly lessened by the treatments he's received over the last 10 days, as well as a plan of action if it has lessened but will still need follow up treatments. We sure are praying for the latter of the 2 plans!!!
I will update with biopsy 2 results late tonight!