Video: Poliparteros revived a newborn baby who had no vital signs
A 36-year-old woman went through a moment of despair this Sunday, after giving birth to a baby without vital signs in a house located in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Villa Lugano. After an emergency call, members of the Buenos Aires City Police went to the scene and managed to save the creature, which was later transferred to the Piñero Hospital.
It all started around 6 in the morning, when the staff of the 8A Neighborhood Police Station was alerted to a pregnant woman, who was in her eighth month of pregnancy and was in advanced labor in a house located on Zuviria and Simón Guerrero.
Upon arrival at the home, police personnel found the woman giving birth in her room. After her birth, however, they detected that the baby had no vital signs. What followed was recorded in the video that heads this note and that, to preserve its protagonists, has no sound.
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The sequence lasts a minute and a half and, despite the apparent calm of the police officer, it is dramatic. On the bed is the mother of the child lying on one side and covered with a sheet. Centimeters from her, a City agent tries to revive her baby with gentle cardiac massages, who remains pale, with her eyes closed and wrapped in a white towel.
The City Police agent saved the creature’s life by performing gentle heart massages
Filming continues. With his fingers resting on the baby’s chest, the officer makes small circles to try to revive him. Finally, after a minute, the miracle happens: the creature recovers its color and bursts into tears.
“The baby had been diagnosed, in previous studies, with cardiac dysfunction and, for this reason, was born without vital signs. Attentive to this situation, the staff performed gentle cardiac massages, which reactivated his cardiopulmonary system, managing to revive him,” police sources explained to Infobae.
Finally, the mother and the little one were transferred by the SAME to the Piñero hospital, where they carried out the rigorous controls. “Both are in good health,” added the same sources.
The exciting hug between the baby’s mother and the police who saved her
It is not the first time that police officers have saved the life of a child. In January 2022, two Buenos Aires officers helped a 15-month-old baby who drowned in the town of San Miguel and managed to get her to breathe again before reaching the Larcade Hospital, where she was stabilized.
The case became known because the patrol car’s camera captured how officer Laura Pagani performed CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) maneuvers to get the baby to react again.
“Give him my love,” the officer told the little girl as she manipulated her in the front seat of the police vehicle to get her to breathe again. Meanwhile, the driver of the mobile phone, Diego Matías Carrizo, asked the Larcade Hospital, located eight blocks from where the baby was picked up, to be prepared for his arrival.
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Thanks to the CPR maneuvers, the policewoman managed to get the little girl to react before arriving at the hospital and, later, the baby was treated by the doctors on duty at the health center, where she was admitted with respiratory distress although they were able to stabilize her. Then they discharged him.
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