Original title: the first baby born after the Changning earthquake in Sichuan: aftershocks continue, medical staff stick to the delivery room
At 22:55 on June 17, an earthquake with a magnitude of 6.0 occurred in Changning County, Sichuan Province, with a focal depth of 16 km. Two hours after the earthquake, the mine emergency hospital of Yibin City, Xunchang Town, Gongxian County, Yibin City, Sichuan Province, near the epicenter, welcomed the first newborn. Doctors withstood the pressure and risk of aftershocks and damage to hospital buildings, delivered the baby to the mothers and made the mother and child safe.
On the morning of June 18, doctor Yao surnamed from the obstetrics department of the mine emergency hospital of Yibin City, Sichuan Province, told the surging news that at about 0:58 a.m. on June 18, in the aftershock, the first baby was born after the Changning earthquake in Sichuan Province, weighing 5 Jin and 7 Liang. It was a boy.
Dr. Yao said that there was an aftershock at that time. Some patients in the hospital had already run out, and the woman was worried about her safety. She asked if she could give birth in an ambulance. Obstetric medical staff comforted her, and finally delivered the baby in the delivery room, and the mother and child were safe.
After this operation, we had four more cesarean sections. 'said Dr. Yao.
She said that although there were aftershocks, all medical staff in obstetrics and gynecology department have been sticking to their posts. One of the doctors still has a broken sacrococcygeal bone, but he is still on duty.
The baby's family told surging news that the pregnant woman was hospitalized for labor two hours before the earthquake. At the time of the earthquake, the pregnant woman and her family were transferred to an open area of the hospital, ready to give birth in an ambulance. But the ambulance was too small to deliver. At about 11:30 on the 18th, the pregnant woman was transferred to the delivery room for delivery. At that time, there were aftershocks and strong shocks, but there were no cracks on the walls or roof of the delivery room. More than an hour later, the pregnant woman successfully delivered a baby boy.
She said that although there were aftershocks, all medical staff in obstetrics and gynecology department have been sticking to their posts.