Comprehensive Medical Chart:
Effective Monday, February 14, 2011 9:59:59 AM
Female patient admitted on Thursday, February 10, 2011 9:59:59 AM
Patient complained early that morning of discomforts in her cardiac region; possibly brought on by the abrupt decision to sever connections to a major heart valve #415. The bleeding was stopped, however the pain was too much to bear and the patient collapsed. After reading from notes and sporadic etchings found in the residence, it is concluded that this is a clear case of heart break.
When asked if this was a fact, the patient wiggled her left finger to indicate a yes. A sign she's aware, not in a comatose state - yet in and out of consciousness. When asked if she regretted the decision to separate, she then wiggled a right toe to indicate a second yes. When asked if she wanted us to preserve the valve in hopes of repair for rekindling, there was a blink to suggest... yes. A specialist then enters to determine the chances of full and complete recovery by asking one more question. Can you ever love again?
Time progression of 2 minutes with a lapse in animated response by gesture of any limb, represents an uncertainty or wide probability of a No. She Rests