At 26 weeks pregnant, Analia Bouter gave birth to her fifth child prematurely in Resistencia, Argentina. After being told that the child had no vital signs the medical staff sent her home with a death certificate. Her fate soon changed when she decided to confirm the news herself (mother's intuition?)
12 hours later Analia and her husband decided to go and take a picture of the dead child for memory's sake. To their surprise their tiny daughter was ALIVE in the morgues refrigerated drawer! Can you imagine the happiness this couple is feeling?
‘I don't know who is to blame, and I'm not thinking about it at this moment. The joy of knowing she's alive is covering every other feeling. I'm a Christian, and I believe this was a miracle of God.’ The baby's mother said.
Are hospitals too quick to 'pull the plug' and rush people through the natural process of healing both mentally and physically? Some people on the internet are saying that 'cooling' is now universally seen as the standard care for infants who suffer from a lack of oxygen. In tern, making the child breathe life for up to 3-4 days later. Hummm.....but why in a morgue?
‘My baby was born at 10.24am and at 11.05am was already in the drawer. She spent 12 hours in the freezing cold of that morgue. I saw for myself the ice on her body.’ Analia has said.
What do you think?