The staff at the ER was some of the best we have had while there! They gave her a mask to help protect her and were attentive to her extensive history. They consulted with her main doctor to ensure she was getting the right care and not once did anyone try to push that "miracle plan" that would be the one to "cure her". (As many have done in the past)
She needed the IV fluids for dehydration, which is unfortunately something she goes through regularly, which makes her a pro at needles...no crying, no flinching, just sticks her arm out and stays still. Her lab work, showed what it always does, confusion.
She is happy to be home, lounging on the couch under her blanket eating a bagel and, as she promised the staff at the er, drinking a large cup of water.