A baby from Argentine who was declared dead soon after her birth, put in a coffin in a morgue by doctors, has now completed her four months, a recent report reveals.
The girl living in provincial Chaco has been shifted to a pediatric hospital, located nearby her home, this Thursday. The report finds that before, she has spent all her four months in an intensive care in Buenos Aires so as to recover.
It has been found that she had lived for some 12 hours in the coffin, thus miraculously regaining her life. Also, this is why she was named as Luz Milagros Veron, which means "Miracle Light" in English. Luz was born in April, three months prematurely, and showed no signs of being alive then, following which she was kept in the morgue.
A detailed insight into her condition by the provincial Resistencia’s hospital’s deputy director Hugo Ramos has now unfolded that she suffered a neurological damage. The doctor has also told that she is too serious though stable as yet as she still has internal bleeding and would be kept on a respirator.
"In the future we'll see how to prepare the house to receive her”, said Analia Bouter, her mother.
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