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But by the next day, Rhys was awake and talking and was moved from the high dependency ward to the hospital's neurology ward, where he was last night still being treated.
Following the blaze on Sunday Ms Dent was put on a life support machine but was later transferred to the high dependency ward.
Today, he celebrates his 23rd birthday on a high dependency ward at University Hospital after receiving the best possible present - news that his gangrenous feet and hands do not need amputating as he had feared.
He was put into an induced coma and kept on a high dependency ward for four days.
Shows internal bleeding in brain 8pm: Moved finally to high dependency ward June 25: Transferred to Cannock Hospital where she now needs 24-hour care.
RODWELLTO Duffy lost consciousness on arrival at the hospital and was resuscitated by the crash team, but has since been moved from intensive care to a high dependency ward and has been able to sip water.
Duffy remains in the hospital's High Dependency ward on Saturday.
Hallie's weight plummeted to 2lb 15oz but after several weeks in intensive care and the high dependency ward of the hospital's special care baby unit, she's now a bouncing 6lb 3oz.