Doctors said that theImanov couple’s baby Renat who was born with half a heart, had ‘no chance of survival’. Moreover, the baby’s problems did not end there. The pulmonary artery hadn’t been formed. Arteries from the lung to the heart had complications and blockages. There was a defect in the heart valve too. And that’s when the Imanov’s voyage of hope begun. They have gone through many hospitals, consulted doctors. Just when they were losing hope, they have contacted a foundation that helps sick children.Thus Renat came to Istanbul Florence Nightingale Hospital. When the baby was brought to the hospital, She had some severe cyanosis and was breathing with diffivulty.
8-Hour Fight For Life
Heart Surgeon Bülent Polat, M.D. and his team have responded to baby Renat whose heart had stopped beating the day he arrived at the hospital. The baby has gotten a grip on life after an 8-hour long successful operation. Surgeon Bülent Polat, M.D. has then given the good news to the family. Then a week later… Baby Renat considered to have “No chance of survival” has been discharged with a smile on his face.
How Did The Treatment Take Place
“When we took baby Renat to intensive care, he had intense coughing and advanced breathing difficulty His color had become a blackish purple. He couldn’t be fed, food was being administered via a tube inserted in his stomach. The lung infection was making matters even worse. On the first day, his heart stopped. We immediately attached him to a breathing machine and with an hour long effort, brought him back to life. Attached to the breathing machine, he was kept in sleep and treated for infection for 3 days. A soon as blood tests and other findings turned out to be favourable, we took him to open heart surgery. First we have corrected the problems and narrowings in the vessels arteries from the lungs to the heart. Using both the membrane of the heart and artificial artery; we have made a new artery going from the heart to the lung. We have repaired the cardiac valves. In this way we have established a totally normal circulatory system. After an 8-hour long surgery, we gave the family the good news. From now on blood oxygenation will be normal, baby’s difficulty in breathing and cyanosis will get better, he will grow up like a normal baby. After staying 3 days in intensive care, baby Renat was taken to his mother totally pink with no breathing problems; he was full of smiles. The mother was having difficulty in believing that she was seeing him this healthy. Her happiness and joy were worth seeing. After a week we saw them off as a normal baby to their countries.”