Some good news today/tonight. The doctors applied some kind of contraption resembling a truss to her pelvis to keep it together, plus they did some cleanup around the organs in that area. That seems to be going well.
The next thing we learned is that tomorrow, very early, they will be inserting a tiny device (sorry I don't remember the name) which resembles an umbrella without cloth into her Abdominal superior vena cava (google it). The purpose of this device is to prevent blood clots from traveling to the heart or lungs. Very clever.
She had yet another CAT scan tonight too, and the neurosurgeon said that the results have been steadily improving. He also told us that for most people he'd give a 2-4% chance of having a normal life after this type of trauma but that with Priscilla he says "greater than 50%". This is because of factors such as her age, and being in top physical condition. (For those of you not in the know, she's a black belt in karate, works out like a fiend, and is very very careful about what she eats...)
This is the best news any of us have had during the last three days, and we'll all be sleeping a bit easier tonight.
Next up - her left arm still has not been set, and I'm not sure what's up with her left leg, other than that it's in a cast.
My pants don't smell like sunshine anymore.