It is necessary for Ryker to have his pacemaker interrogated regularly to make sure it is functioning properly and to make any necessary adjustments. The pacemaker is interrogated by putting a little box like device (which is connected to a pacemaker computer) on top of Ryker's pacemaker and running the tests. Today when the pacemaker team set the device on Ryker's body above the pace maker, it once again sent his heart into A-flutter, just as it did the last time they performed the interrogation. The only way for them to get him out of the A-flutter today was to once again use the defibrillator paddles. Ryker responded right away to the defibrillation and is doing well now. Jason said he got to have a little bit of fun with Ryker today bouncing him. He said at one point Ryker was looking at him like WHOA no one has bounced me like this before. I am sure Ryker was loving it just as much as Jason. Other great news is that he is back on breast milk and tolerating it well.
Thank you for all the prayers, thoughts and concern. We very much appreciate your support. We hope that the doctors can figure out quickly why Ryker's heart keeps going into A-flutter.