A devoted wife is ready to greet her husband’s home from his incredible fight after being given a “zero chance of survival” from her husband Coronavirus..
49-year-old Sue Martin at a Radio Four’s Today show showed him how to go to the hospital with his child and say goodbye to his diabetic husband, 58-year-old Maru.
She was given the catastrophic news that “very, very healthy” Maru got through a “zero chance” from her doctor.
But Sue and her children, Hana (16) and William (13), were told they should stay home this week, three months after the Coronavirus battle began.
Cardiff civil servant Sue said: “The public reaction to the interview was incredibly unexpected.
“I have sent thousands of messages and letters of love and support from people I have never met, people around the world who were touched by Maru’s story.
“And those messages didn’t stop, so I’m in a position to provide meaningful updates for all who have asked.
“When I interviewed, my child and I were allowed to visit Maru’s bedside for a few minutes.
“We covered him head to toe with PPE and we said goodbye to him. He was said to be likely to die the next day.
“The next day, when a consultant called him horrific, he said blood pressure Can be reduced. It’s not enough to raise too much hope, but it still shimmers.
“For the next few weeks, it was easy. Medic simply worked to keep Maru alive, giving his body the transformation to fight the virus.”
Mal was sick on March 19 due to coronavirus symptoms and was taken to the hospital by ambulance 10 days later.
The family was “addicted” for six weeks, during which time he continued to criticize him while in hospital.
Mal subsequently tested negative for coronavirus, but his body was very weak with renal failure.
Sue also said: “When Maru finally woke up, he was so weak that he could only respond by blinking.
“When we first ran FaceTime, it was horrible. He was lying there, lifeless. His eyes were open, but he wasn’t really seeing.”
Maru, the chairman of the hiring company, eventually put a speech valve on his tracheostomy and asked his wife, “Hello, how are you?”
Sue said: “They warned that it might not sound like him, but it was. It sounded like him! He joked, the bed bath was good What about?
“It started to sound like him, it started to look like him, it’s him, he’s there, he’s back at us. It was the first light of a very dark time.”
Mal used the ventilator for 61 days and spent 80 days in the ICU after the third pneumonia.
He’s afraid to fall asleep and asks his wife, “Are you really going to make it?”
However, his strength is currently being built and he is climbing stairs without assistance.
His family says he will undergo surgery to cut off both the thumb, the index finger, and the tip of the middle finger due to lack of blood circulation.
Maru’s goal is to see his teenage son William play rugby from the pitchside.
Sue also said, “Given the fact that they won’t be able to resume play until next year, he probably knows Maru who will come back to assist their training.” It was
The family now thanked the thousands of supporters who sent them a message during their trials.
Sue said: “I really want to say that thousands of people, not only from the UK, but from Australia, Spain, Sweden, South Africa, New Zealand, me, social media, and me. Leave a comment to others who have held us in our thoughts for some time.
“I can’t explain what comfort and help it has.
“All medical staff say that Mar was near death, so his recovery can only be described as miraculous.
“We are not a religious family, but it seems that the world was praying for us. Maybe it was in the story of “Miracle Mar”, as he will be known forever. “