“Never give up”: A man fighting COVID-19 goes home after 118 days in hospital


EMOTION REPORT. FAMILY MEMBERS OF THE FATIGUE EXPECT WITH THE SIGNS IN HAND. THEY CULTURED MAY NEVER COME. YEAH. ABSOLUTELY. WE DIDN’T KNOW THAT WE WERE A 71-YEAR OLD DARRELL SLATER THAT COVID-19 WAS DIAGNOSED IN JULY AND WAS IN THE FIGHT FOR HIS LIFE EVERYTHING HAVE TO TRANSPORT IT TO ST. LUKE IS ON THE PLA FOR ECMO, WHICH IS A FORM OF LIFE SUPPORT. MORE THAN SIX DATA DATA DURING VENTILATION AND PROVIDES A PERCENTAGE CHANGE OF SURVIVAL. AND AT ONE POINT, THEY HAVE A DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD, WITH A DECISION, IT MAY HAVE TO BE SWITCHED OFF THE ENTIRE LIFE SUPPORT, BUT 118 DAYS AFTER HIS FIRST HOSPITALIZED FAMILY, THIS MOMENT WORKS A LONG-TERM LONG-TERM AREA. IT IS WHAT EACH OF US INSPIRES EVERY DAY, CONTINUE WHAT WE DO HER FAMILY HOPE. ITS STORY SENDS A MESSAGE TO OTHERS WHO ARE STILL FIGHTING, NEVER give up. HOPE AND KEEP FAITH. NOTHING IS POSSIBLE AND IS LI

“Never give up”: A man fighting COVID-19 goes home after 118 days in hospital

Darell Slater’s family celebrated his release after doctors gave him a 5% chance of survival


The man from Kansas, who overcame his chances, finally returned home after 118 days in the hospital. Darell Slater has been battling complications from COVID-19 since July. With signs in hand, family members anxiously waited for the moment when they feared they would never come again. “There were moments, yes, absolutely, we didn’t know we would be here,” said Kim Cochran, Slater’s daughter. Slater (71) was diagnosed with COVID-19 in July and has been fighting for her life ever since. He was on a ventilator for 96 days and had a 5% chance of survival. “They said he just didn’t turn the corner. He wasn’t getting better, “Cochran said. “At one point, we were kind of faced with the decision that we had to turn off all life support.” He resisted the chance wonderfully and began to recover. Slater has spent the last two weeks at MidAmerica Rehabilitation Hospital. Now, 118 days after he was first hospitalized, his family calls this moment a miracle. When the door opened, he was greeted and applauded by family and staff. “Getting him home after 118 days, when we never thought we’d see it, was very emotional,” Cochran said. MidAmerica Rehabilitation Hospital has helped heal several patients with COVID-19. “To see them, you know, in those few weeks, you’re going to have a remarkable recovery and be able to go back home and get back to the life they want to do, it’s amazing,” said CEO Tiffany Kiehl. “That’s what inspires each of us every day to continue what we’re doing.” Slater’s family hopes his story will send a message to others who are still struggling. “Never give up hope and keep your faith,” Cochran said. “Anything is possible and he is living proof.”

The man from Kansas, who overcame his chances, finally returned home after 118 days in the hospital. Darell Slater has been battling complications from COVID-19 since July.

With signs in hand, family members anxiously waited for the moment when they feared they would never come again.

“There were moments, absolutely, we didn’t know we were going to be here,” said Kim Cochran, Slater’s daughter.

Slater (71) was diagnosed with COVID-19 in July and has been fighting for her life ever since.

He was on a ventilator for 96 days and had a 5% chance of survival.

“They said he just didn’t turn the corner. He wasn’t getting better, “Cochran said. “At one point, we were somehow faced with the decision that we would have to turn off all life support.”

He resisted the chance wonderfully and began to recover. Slater has spent the last two weeks at MidAmerica Rehabilitation Hospital. Now, 118 days after he was first hospitalized, his family calls this moment a miracle. When the door opened, he was greeted and applauded by family and staff.

“Getting him home after 118 days, when we never thought we’d see it, was very emotional,” Cochran said.

MidAmerica Rehabilitation Hospital has helped heal several patients with COVID-19.

“To see them, you know, in those few weeks, you’re going to have a remarkable recovery and be able to go back home and get back to the life they want to do, it’s amazing,” said CEO Tiffany Kiehl. “That’s what inspires each of us every day to continue what we’re doing.”

Slater’s family hopes his story will send a message to others who are still fighting.

“Never give up hope and keep your faith,” Cochran said. “Anything is possible and he is living proof.”


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