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Miracle Manushi on life track after 210 days

DNJAI84397 | 1/12/2018 | Author : Amit Bhatt | WC :352 | Health



Jaipur: This baby girl is being called as ‘our miracle baby’ after she successfully fought for her life for more than 210 days in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at a hospital in Udaipur, where she was born, with a weight of only 400gms, as a pre-term baby in the 28th week of pregnancy. Now she is the smallest baby ever to survive, not in India but also in South Asia. The beautiful angel, for her parents and the medical staff, is miss world and they named her as ‘Manushi’, after the latest miss world from India; Manushi Chhillar.
“The baby, born during the 28th week of pregnancy, had a birth weight of 400 gms, with 16 cm head size and a length of 21.84 cm,” Dr Sunil Janged, Chief Neonatologist at Jivanta told DNA. “She was
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