The care of our patients has been really good, both by our team and by the local doctors and nurses. The post op ward is air conditioned, which is really important for these little patients. They lie out on beds, cots or even on the floor with their families along one wall. The rest of the room is filled with post op adults and people with a variety of other ailments. There is little monitoring equipment, but sometimes sophisticated treatments. One night we observed a sick man on the other side of the ward having a CVP (central venous pressure) taken by the old open manometer tube method. He had a dopamine drip running! Another time we observed a young man being treated for a GI bleed with gastric lavage. Tragically he ended up dying before the night was out.