Belarusian doctors saved the life of a five-month-pregnant woman from Minsk who got in a deadly car crash last autumn.
The serious car accident took the lives of four people, five others were put in intensive care units.
Kaleria Stefanenko, who was expecting a child at that time, with severe injuries was taken to the emergency hospital. There she went into a coma for two months.
Doctors managed to save the life woman, her 18-months-old son and her unborn child. A week ago the 26-years-old gave birth to a healthy baby girl weighing 3,200 grams.
The newborn was named Alice and her mother, according to doctors’ estimates, is making a full recovery.
The doctors say the case is unique since there’s half a percent of pregnancies in the world that resulted in successful childbirth after a car accident.
Our son recovered 100%. Now I’m a happy father of two children. I am so grateful and happy that we have such professionals, said Kaleria’s husband Yevgeny.
A big team of specialists worked on Mrs. Stefanenko’s case who was treated in several healthcare organizations of Belarus’ capital.
Yesterday the new mother was discharged from the local Mother and Child Center. Next week she will have to undergo the third course of rehabilitation.
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