I'm going to do my update before reading all comments. Late Tuesday evening, Scott was removed from the ventilator/extubated. (His doctor always called it life support, but if you hear someone was taken off life support, you think "oh no!!!") He almost immediately resumed breathing on his own. They did have to bump him to 4 liters of oxygen after he sounded a little hard pressed on 2. However, when I went to the hospital today, they had nudged him down to 2 liters.
Scott can barely speak above a whisper, and he is incredibly dry in his nose and throat. I spoke to the respiratory therapist when he came for Scott's treatment to get steroids breathed into him (he said it made him feel better) and the therapist added some water to his oxygen to give him a little moister (again, made him feel better).
Sadly, he still does not have much/any function of his arms and legs. He can move them very little and he gets frustrated. But the doctor said it would "take time." I need to request a face to face with him tomorrow some time (he works around 13-15 hours a day!! omg). I want to know what is causing the rhabdomyolysis to continue to not be treated.
Tomorrow he will get all the scans he needs done, so he will probably be in a good deal of pain all day tomorrow. I hope they sedate him. On a scale of 1-10, with 10 being the worst pain imaginable, he is a constant 8 at this point. The white blood cell scan they are going to do tomorrow will finally pinpoint where the infection originated. They think his spine/vertebrae. It will be nice when they can finally start to cure what is causing all of this, and then he can be on a road to full recovery soon.
There was one or two times when I almost lost the faith (one being when I knew how serious all of these illnesses were, the second when he coded), but I put myself in check and told myself to never stop believing he would be better. With everyone's good wishes and prayers, I know this is why he has come through this. Thanks everyone.