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18th January 2018
Dear Supporters,

Here is an update on Sai's health.

Sai Harieush was admitted to the hospital last week due to continuous cough and vomiting.

After three days in Kanchi Kamakoti Child Trust Hospital, his condition was stabilized and return back to home. Now he is in stable condition.

However, the planned tracheostomy operation is postponed to next month. Will keep you posted on the progress of his health

Thank you for your love and support. Please pray for him and speedy recovery.

Regards,
Banumathi & Kannan Elumalai
Dear Supporters,

Here is an update on Sai's health.

Sai Harieush was admitted to the hospital last week due to continuous cough and vomiting.

After three days in Kanchi Kamakoti Child Trust Hospital, his condition was stabilized and return back to home. Now he is in stable condition.

However, the planned tracheostomy operation is postponed to next month. Will keep you posted on the progress of his health

Thank you for your love and support. Please pray for him and speedy recovery.

Regards,
Banumathi & Kannan Elumalai
22nd December 2017
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for all the love and support that you have shown Sai Harieush. He has shown good progress since last two weeks. He is able to raise his hands and legs a little. He also opened his eyes.  Since he has taken more steroid  & IVIG shows that the recovery become slower. However, we have physically seen the progress.

The planned tracheostomy operation has been postponed after mid or end of January 2018 considering Christmas, New Year. The new ventilator has been rented until such time to monitor and support his respiratory system. If he is stable until such time, the tracheostomy hole will be closed for feeding through the mouth instead of making bigger size than the present.

Would request you all to pray for his speedy recovery. Thanks to all volunteers, supporters, and Milaap for the extended support and help given to us. Will keep you posted. 
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for all the love and support that you have shown Sai Harieush. He has shown good progress since last two weeks. He is able to raise his hands and legs a little. He also opened his eyes.  Since he has taken more steroid  & IVIG shows that the recovery become slower. However, we have physically seen the progress.

The planned tracheostomy operation has been postponed after mid or end of January 2018 considering Christmas, New Year. The new ventilator has been rented until such time to monitor and support his respiratory system. If he is stable until such time, the tracheostomy hole will be closed for feeding through the mouth instead of making bigger size than the present.

Would request you all to pray for his speedy recovery. Thanks to all volunteers, supporters, and Milaap for the extended support and help given to us. Will keep you posted. 
13th December 2017
Dear Supporters,

Here is an update on Sai.

Sai Harieush is on medical care.  He started raising his hands and slight movement in the legs as well because of continued physiotherapy.  There are regular medication and routine check-ups going on. The only problem is that from last few days his tracheostomy size to be increased to 4mm instead of current 3.5mm.  

This will be again to be made as 4mm in the operation theatre which will be scheduled shortly. This additional cost will add, however he is showing clear sign of recovery.  

Thank you for you love and support you have shown Sai.

Regards,
Banumathi
Dear Supporters,

Here is an update on Sai.

Sai Harieush is on medical care.  He started raising his hands and slight movement in the legs as well because of continued physiotherapy.  There are regular medication and routine check-ups going on. The only problem is that from last few days his tracheostomy size to be increased to 4mm instead of current 3.5mm.  

This will be again to be made as 4mm in the operation theatre which will be scheduled shortly. This additional cost will add, however he is showing clear sign of recovery.  

Thank you for you love and support you have shown Sai.

Regards,
Banumathi