I seriously hope this baby makes it and that the people responsible for her being put in a morgue and placed in a refrigerator for 12 hours )which caused cardiac arrest) get their due.
Hospitals are not safe places to give birth. Avoid them whenever possible. It seriously sounds like this baby was headed for the sacrificial satanic altar.
Below are two articles about the baby...
"A baby found alive in a coffin in an Argentine morgue nearly 12 hours after the girl had been declared dead is improving, but questions remain for the hospital responsible for the near-fatal mistake.'Miracle' Baby Found Alive in Morgue is Improving
The mother, Analia Bouter, says she fell to her knees in shock after finding her baby alive in a coffin.
Bouter named her newborn Luz Milagros, or "Miracle Light." The tiny girl, born three months premature, was in critical but improving condition Wednesday in the same hospital where the staff pronounced her stillborn on April 3.
The case became public Tuesday when Rafael Sabatinelli, the deputy health minister in the northern province of Chaco, announced in a news conference that five medical professionals involved have been suspended pending an official investigation.
Bouter told the TeleNoticias TV channel in an interview Tuesday night that doctors gave her the death certificate just 20 minutes after the baby was born, and that she still hasn't received a birth certificate for her tiny girl.
'Stillborn' Baby Found Alive in Morgue
Bouter said the baby was quickly put in a coffin and taken to the morgue's refrigeration room. Twelve hours passed before she and her husband were able to open the coffin to say their last goodbyes.
She said that's when the baby trembled. She thought it was her imagination — then she realized the little girl was alive and dropped to her knees on the morgue floor in shock.
A morgue worker quickly picked up the girl and confirmed she was alive. Then, Bouter's brother grabbed the baby and ran to the hospital's neonatal intensive care unit, shouting for the doctors. The baby was so cold, Bouter said, that "it was like carrying a bottle of ice."
Bouter said she still has many unanswered questions about what happened. She said she had given birth normally to four other children and doesn't understand why doctors gave her general anesthesia this time. She said she also doesn't know why she wasn't allowed to see her baby before it was put into a coffin.
Palm-sized Baby Among the World's Smallest
She said she had to insist on going to the morgue's refrigeration room, where she brought her sister's cellphone to take a picture of the newborn for the funeral. Her husband struggled to open the lid, and then stepped aside to let her see inside.
"I moved the coverings aside and saw the tiny hand, with all five fingers, and I touched her hand and then uncovered her face," she said in the TeleNoticias interview. "That's where I heard a tiny little cry. I told myself I was imagining it — it was my imagination. And then I stepped back and saw her waking up. It was as if she was saying 'Mama, you came for me!'
"That was when I fell to my knees. My husband didn't know what to do. We were just crying and I laughed and cried, cries and laughter. We must have seemed crazy."
She says the family plans to sue the staff at Hospital Perrando in the city of Resistencia for malpractice, and still wants answers. But they've been focused for now on their little girl, whom she described as amazingly healthy despite being born after just 26 weeks of gestation. So far, she hasn't needed oxygen or other support commonly provided to preemies, she said.
"I'm a believer. All of this was a miracle from God," she told Telam, Argentina's state news agency."
"A premature baby who survived hours in a morgue refrigerator after being mistakenly declared dead has suffered a cardiac arrest and is in critical condition, Argentine doctors said Friday.Baby found alive in morgue by mom suffers heart attack
Luz Milagros "had a cardiac arrest that required advanced resuscitation. She showed signs of pulmonary and gastrointestinal bleeding," said Diana Vesco, chief of neonatology at the Per-rando Hospital in northeastern Argentina.
The newborn's condition worsened on Thursday with an infection, for which she was given antibiotics, Vesco told reporters.
Officials had signed her death certificate after she was born on April 3 after six months gestation weighing only 1.76 pounds.
The baby's survival prompted her parents to rename her Luz Milagros - the Spanish words for light and miracles.
She had survived some 12 hours in a coffin inside a morgue refrigerator, and was only determined to be alive after her mother insisted on seeing the body.
"At night, I went with my husband to where the little box was. A man pried it open. I suddenly heard a whimper. She was all covered up and full of something that looked like frost," Analia Bouter said.
An investigation has been launched to determine who was responsible for mistakenly pronouncing the baby dead.
The hospital's director Jose Luis Meirino said the baby was likely able to survive because she "suffered hypothermia, during which the body went into hibernation and stopped its vital signs."