Glad that you are going to heal and not lose the fingers. It doesn't take long for an accident to happen. And when they do, sometimes they can be catastrophic. I am very glad that you didn't lose em. Prayers will be with you as your recover and I hope the recovery is quick and as pain free as possible.
Most carpenters and cabinetmakers I know for some reason are missing digits or parts thereof. I know that my trade is extremely dangerous as we work with high speed machinery constantly and after a while we can sometimes become complacent. It is scary when one thinks about it. Your story brings back memories for me, unpleasant ones to be sure but these memories are what helps keep me safe when I am working in my shop or on any project where I am using machines.
I had a similar experience, not once but twice. After almost 50 years I am lucky, I still have all of my digits. The first accident I found my middle and ring finger of the left hand getting shortened by a jointer. Yup, smarts like the dickens and was simply an accident caused by my own inattention to what I was doing and getting distracted for a second. Both fingers grew back miraculously. The next time I was ripping some solid maple with a 7 tpi rip blade, phone range, lost my concentration for a sec, the maple bucked, the very aggressive rip blade tried to whip the piece back at me but got the ring finger on the left hand again. Cut, then broken in 7 places between the 1st knuckle and the tip. Again, stung like crazy, but it healed. I am reminded of this particular accident daily as the finger is kinda gnarly now
Em's cousin is a carpenter and has been for well over 50 years, he is in his early 70's now. About 10 years ago he was working at a doctor's house doing what he does. All of a sudden he felt a lot of pain and blood all over the place. He had held the off-cut side too close to the blade and his Makita took off two fingers. He went to the ER but since they couldn't find the fingers they amputated what was left, stitched him up and sent him on his way. The next day IIRC there was a story in the local paper about how they found body parts in the park (behind the doctor's house). Speculation on what could have happened went on for a few days. Finally somebody figured out that since they just found two fingers and they searched the hospital ER records (both hospitals) and found out that they actually were accounted for. Some folks had egg on their face and Bernie had to learn how to continue minus 2 digits.