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We Were at Little Heart's Back While She Was Holding on to Life…

 

Libyan Baby, Salma Mansor Ahmed Eramash who unluckily started a new life by being defeated 1-0 held on to life through heart surgery and got well in Hisar Intercontinental Hospital…

Salma, being the second child of young parents had been born very early while she was only 7-month. The family leaving home to rush the mother to hospital after mother's sudden pains had their baby before arriving at the hospital.  Salma was taken into newborn intensive care because of the preterm birth and she was diagnosed with a heart defect, a hole in the heart in the first examination. She had congenitally ventricles in different parts of her heart, stenosis in her pulmonary veins and arteries, and holes in big chambers of her heart. Salma's health requirements could not be met sufficiently in Libya, so her family applied to Libyan committee for a treatment abroad to enable her to have operation and hold on to life healthily. Salma who was brought to Hisar Intercontinental Hospital after several meetings with the committee was operated for 3 hours and kept in intensive care for 3 days following the operation. Then, she stayed in the hospital under control for 10 days more and she was discharged. 

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