She's not too concerned about her lungs, thinks it's a legacy of her hospital IV infusions. Her body just can't get rid of fluids as it's likely her liver and kidneys are starting to shut down. Her lessening of appetite and desire for fluids is also consistent with end of life symptoms. The nurse is just so competent and knowledgable - it's great to have her on the team.
There was a social worker who came along too. We talked some and then she stayed with Meagan while the nurse and I went to the living room to discuss medications. The woman came out after a while to get ready to leave but told us she had talked with Meagan about dying and asked if she had accepted it. Apparently Meagan told her something to the effect that yes, she had, and had already visited the other side, and it was beautiful. A comforting thought.