"I called her Anna because all Annas are very good," the mother says. "But she should grow a little to this name. And till now she is Aniechka, Aniutka". Her weight is 3 400 g at the age of 9 months, and it is an achievement. The crumb was born 7 months old and 780 g. The doctors of two intensive care units were struggling for her life. And Aniutka was struggling too. And she coped almost with all her problems. Only her lungs are still not completely opened.The babe needs the assistance of oxygen caddies and life functions monitor to live and breathe. Mother Nina has been living in the hospital with her daughter for 9 months already. Now they may go home, but they cannot without the equipment.
Sometimes Aniuta breathes without any aid and it seems that it is over. But… weather change, usual flue, any small thing… and oxygen falls critically. This can happen any moment. And the mother should make it - notice and save in time.The patient monitor measures the level of oxygen in the blood and pulse. When the indicators deviate from the set normal range, the alert is actuated. In addition, it saves measurement recording for the last day. And if a mother is worried about something, the doctors can trace the dynamics. Stationary oxygen concentrator will be installed at home, and mother Nina will take portable one of her every time leaving home. Weak lungs are not the reason to refuse walks.
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