Today, Carole Zarkovacki and her husband John arrived at the airport and we took them to the hotel, the first infusion is scheduled for Wednesday, May 3.
Wednesday May 3, 2017
Today our Case Manager Cosimo Bruzzo picked up Carole & John for the first infusion and drove them to the hospital in Peschiera del Garda. After a short visit by Dr Daniela Righetti, the treatment started on time at 8 am and lasted 2 hours. At the end of the infusion, Dr Righetti visited them again, gave them 2 boxes of Tylenol and a paper with the times in which to take the medication written on it (this is just to manage the flu-like symptoms that might appear during the treatment). Once the infusion was over with, our Case Manager Cosimo took them back to the hotel.
Friday May 5, 2017
Today our Case Manager Cosimo picked up Carole & John Zarkovacki for the second infusion; the treatment has started and all is well; it seems like Carole feels no particular side effects and her hand already has started to feel better! She has already started to feel more strength in her hand, she can make a fist again and all of a sudden and CRPS pain seems to be fading away.
The nurses and Dr Righetti are impressed with her improvements. She initiated the infusion at 8 o’clock and it lasted for 2 hours. Cosimo stayed by their side the whole time. Once they finished with the infusion, our Case Manager Cosimo accompanied Carole & spouse to Vicenza and left them downtown, as they wanted to walk around the enchanted city center of Vicenza and see it for themselves.
Saturday May 6, 2017
On Saturday, Carole and John took a train to visit Venice; on Sunday, Carole slept through the day as she was feeling very tired (Venice can do this to you!).
Monday May 8, 2017
At 7 am, Cosimo picked up Carole & John at the hotel for the third infusion. After a short visit by Dr Righetti, the treatment started and all is well; Carole is tolerating the treatment very well and shows more improvement as her hand is already turning back to normal. The nurses and Dr Righetti initiated the infusion at 8 o’clock and it lasted for 2 hours. Meanwhile Cosimo stayed by their side, as always; when the treatment was over he took them back to the hotel.
Wednesday May 10, 2017
Our Case Manager Cosimo picked up Carole for the fourth and last infusion; after a short visit by Dr Righetti, the treatment has started and all is well. The nurses and Dr Righetti initiated the infusion at 8 o’clock and lasted for 2 hours. Today Elizabeth Roberts came along to to start her cycle of 4 infusions. Meanwhile Cosimo stayed by their side. Dr Righetti prepared the medical report for Carole certifying that they had completed the treatment and that it was tolerated very well with significant improvements manifesting already during the infusions.
Wednesday May 10, 2017 (In The Afternoon)
Once the treatment completed, in the afternoon, our Case Manager Cosimo took Carole to the office to film her testimonial of the stay in Italy and the infusion cycle of Neridronate. After that, they said goodbye and that we would speak in the next 2 months, when the treatment should reach maximum effect. That afternoon Cosimo took them back to the airport in Venice to catch the plane.
Carole was almost in tears for the progress she has witnessed!
Meet Ms Carole Zarkovacki from South Carolina, she has had CRPS on her left hand for 1 year before she found us, here is what she has to say!
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