Norman doctors reunite with man whose life they saved

“God working in the world today” is how an Oklahoma male explained his healing as he unified today with the medical professionals who conserved his life. Christopher Fennell pertained to Norman in April to see his kid and go to supper. As they were leaving the dining establishment, Fennell was up to the ground due to the fact that of a heart attack that resulted in a brain seizure. “I was basically dead, and they brought me back,” he stated. His kid is now a junior at the University of Oklahoma and is studying pre-med. He understood precisely what to do to keep his dad alive till paramedics showed up. “The quick action of my son to call 911 and then hand the phone to my wife, who was in shock and started CPR was, I mean, I wouldn’t be here without that,” Fennell stated. Fennell was required to Norman Regional Healthplex, where he remained in the ICU for 10 days.“Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest does not have a very good prognosis overall,” Dr. Archana Gautam stated. Fennell later on was sent out to rehab in Atlanta, where he had the ability to get extra treatment and totally recuperate. “To see someone physically recover and cognitively recover after a cardiac arrest is rare,” Dr. Lane Tinsley stated. Fennell stated without the fast medical attention from his kid, paramedics and the medical professionals at Norman Regional, he wouldn’t have actually totally recuperated. “All of these things God put in place, put breadcrumbs down on the ground to get me here, for the great people here to continue my recovery, put me on the road to recovery and get me back in the position I am in today,” he said. “I am a strolling wonder, however this is not a story about me. This is a story about how God operates in the world today.”

“God working in the world today” is how an Oklahoma male explained his healing as he unified today with the medical professionals who conserved his life.

Christopher Fennell pertained to Norman in April to see his kid and go to supper. As they were leaving the dining establishment, Fennell was up to the ground due to the fact that of a heart attack that resulted in a brain seizure.

“I was basically dead, and they brought me back,” he stated.

His kid is now a junior at the University of Oklahoma and is studying pre-med. He understood precisely what to do to keep his dad alive till paramedics showed up.

“The quick action of my son to call 911 and then hand the phone to my wife, who was in shock and started CPR was, I mean, I wouldn’t be here without that,” Fennell stated.

Fennell was required to Norman Regional Healthplex, where he remained in the ICU for 10 days.

“Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest does not have a very good prognosis overall,” Dr. Archana Gautam stated.

Fennell later on was sent out to rehab in Atlanta, where he had the ability to get extra treatment and totally recuperate.

“To see someone physically recover and cognitively recover after a cardiac arrest is rare,” Dr. Lane Tinsley stated.

Fennell stated without the fast medical attention from his kid, paramedics and the medical professionals at Norman Regional, he wouldn’t have actually totally recuperated.

“All of these things God put in place, put breadcrumbs down on the ground to get me here, for the great people here to continue my recovery, put me on the road to recovery and get me back in the position I am in today,” he said. “I am a strolling wonder, however this is not a story about me. This is a story about how God operates in the world today.”

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.