Jarrius “JJ” Robertson, a New Orleans Saints superfan who has prisoner a hearts of many in Louisiana, is out of medicine and has a new liver, his family pronounced on Sunday afternoon.
“Surgery went GREAT!” Jarrius’ father, Jordy Robertson, pronounced on his son’s Twitter account. “JJ is resting now with NEW, operative liver.”
Robertson pronounced a “next few days of monitoring” will be important.
Surgery went GREAT! JJ is resting now with NEW, operative liver 🙏🏻 We will see him in a few hours. Next few days of monitoring are large – Jordy
— Jarrius Robertson (@Jarrius) April 30, 2017
In a content outline after Sunday to The Advocate, Robertson pronounced a subsequent 48 hours will be essential since “we have to quarrel and strengthen him from infections.”
Jarrius, 15, went into medicine early Sunday to accept a life-saving liver transplant. Jarrius lives with biliary artresia, a liver illness that slows his growth. He had his initial liver transplant when he was 1 year old.
The medicine was approaching to final between 8 and 10 hours, though doctors were means to finish a procession in 6 and a half hours, Robertson told The Advocate.
“He’s a clever immature man,” Robertson said.
Donations to assistance with Jarrius’ medical losses can be done online at ittakeslivestosavelives.com.
More sum to come.
Update, 7:15 a.m., Sunday, Apr 30
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