Sunday, September 21, 2014

PART XXVII: Bone Scan #2

Friday was a long day. We were back to have testing. Friday, Sept. 19th was  a Bone Scan.
It is an interesting process. It would be more interesting if it wasn't a 90 minute drive.
Next, it is a CT Scan, then a consult.

Civic Hospital Bone Scan

Elevator c, 1st floor, Section F1 (Yes, print out a map  it helps)


    Friday, Sept. 19
        9:15 Left house
      10:20 Parking lot, I chose to go to the roof, to park in the sunshine! It was our first day of frost.
    Yes, remember your Level!
      10:45 Arrived in office. One person in the waiting room.
      10:47 Injection of die - dismissed until 1:15
    Parked on top floor, in sunshine. There was ice on the bird bath. But with 7C. and the sunshine, the a/c kicked in!
       10:47 – in for the inoculation with Lisa, who introduced herself. (Hospital protocol!) After 5 minutes Lisa got a vein first try. Good woman! The parking was $7.00. Out to Monkey Joe's for lunch. $50.00 for lunch. Yes, I had two glasses of wine! Back to the hospital. I find it helps to take photos and to be silly!

    Irony: Joe eating lunch at Monkey Joe's!
    Twas too cold for the patio


    It was quite exciting to pull into Westgate! Three fire trucks.
    Westgate had a fire alarm
       1:00 Waiting room at 1:00.
       1:20 took another patient in.
       1:25 hubby powdered his nose. Guy here with PSW. He was sleeping, snoring, burping. You just have to laugh inwardly.
       1:25 they came looking for him, still powdering his nose, Judy went down the hall to chat with her mates. I didn't realize she was looking for him.
       1:30 In we went to the Bone Scan room. They scan one section at a time.
    Here he is. Radioactive material in his body.
    They slide him in.
    They finally called us in. Here is the machine, from the side, from our Nov. test.
    Nov. 2013


    Bone Scan from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo.
    Ever had a Bone Scan? This is what it is like.

       2:20 we were back out on our way down the maze of hallways to find the car. Parking was the max/day, $13.00. It wouldn't take his $10 and $5 bills. I don't know how some people do it. It was $20 for the two parking periods. I put it on my charge card. Traffic wasn't bad. Home by 4:15. We won't know the results until we meet with the doctor at the end of next month.
    Understanding
     Lab and Imaging Tests
     
    4:30 Hubby went out to fetch fish and chips from the chip stand for dinner. Apparently, he can have this: no eggs in the fish batter. Thanks, Jimmy!


    Jimmy

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