Wolff-Parkinson White (WPW) Syndrome. The ablation lasted about 4 hours and the procedure was successful (thank goodness!). Aaron spent the afternoon/evening resting and being monitored to make sure there were no complications. Everything looked okay so they let him come home early--Monday night instead of Tuesday morning. They had to send catheters up through his groin, so it's been hard for him to walk and feel comfortable but he's recovering well and almost back to normal. I've loooooooved being his little nurse and taking care of him, and we are so grateful everything went well and that there weren't any [major] problems with the procedure.
A funny story--the nurses came in around 6PM to change his bandages. I guess I was okay with seeing my husband in a hospital gown, in a hospital bed, with wires and IVs coming out of him, but the bandages were the last straw. When they started doing all their stuff I started feeling like I needed to puke, very dizzy and lightheaded, and I could feel my face getting very pale. So I sat down and said something like "I feel really sick" and the nurse told me I was getting "squeamish" with all the medical stuff and that I should go lay down on the next bed over. How silly is that?! My husband is laying here after having minor heart surgery, and I'm the one making a scene. I told myself to get a grip and snapped out of it pretty quick [after I had been laying there for a good 5-10 minutes :)].
Anyways, Aaron's doing great and my days as a nurse are coming to an end. Now Aaron can stand up and get dressed all by himself! :) He rested some more yesterday and it's back to the normal grind today.
P.S. Aaron's company sent him one of those Edible Arrangements bouquets (see picture above) and I don't think I've ever seen one of those in real life until yesterday. They're totally awesome and I can't believe how juicy all the fruit is. Soooo gooood!