had stopped for 40 minutes. Although medics battled for nearly 40 minutes to bring Ryan Colquhoun back, he will celebrate his first birthday next month. Earl was four months old when he was born. Ryan Colquhoun, who weighed 1 lb 7 oz. at birth, was born 17 weeks early. His heartbroken mother, 25-year-old Claire Nobile, expressed her fear for the worst. Ryan was so persuaded that his mother’s fingertip and physicians opened his airways and gave him the simplest breathing option possible. But doctors allowed him to use a bag to eep his arm and worked with him for 40 minutes in a resuscitation chamber. Princess Roo’s Mother.
They never gave up the struggle against him, according to Claire. Available from Survived a collapsed lung, a brain hemorrhage, and 51 weeks on a ventilator. He is also receiving treatment for seps and required la to keep his vision from failing. Yet, Claire, a parent of two adult children, claims that he is her “little warrior.” Ryan loves his sisters Natalie, 5, and Leah, 3, just like any healthy 11-month-old would. I refer to him as Raan the Lion because he never stopped fighting, said Claire. Although the path has been difficult, it has been the most fruitful. They performed a miracle with him. She applauds recent modifications to the requirement that infants born as early as 22 weeks must be revived. He is a living proof of that, she remarked they can surᴠive it.
When Claire first started bleeding shortly after learning she was pregnant, she immediately believed she had miscarried. But, her stomach continued to grow, and at week 17, a scan confirmed that she was still pregnant. Yet on February 4, barely six weeks later, while she was at home with her two small girls, a single mother was admitted to the hospital. Several days later, she received a present. About one in the morning, I felt like I had to use the restroom immediately, said Claire. I thought something was off when I got up to use the restroom, so I put my hand down and sure enough, he was there. I put my hand there out of concern that he may fall, and then I left to get the nurses. They already have the tiniest tube that they can get and they will try again but, if nothing happens, will be prepared. Well, that’s me, I just broke down.
Ryan is so fragile that she has to wait another week before giving him a hug and that he won’t open his eyes for a few more days. “It was great,” she gushed. He fits in my bra because he is so little. Six weeks after Ryan’s birth, Claire and her other two kids went back to their house. But, she was summoned to the hospital at 5 am when the doctors feared he was losing the battle. He was over 100 pounds each ox, his oxgen level was lowering, one of his people, and they were unsure if he would do it at night, according to Claire. Terrible, I tell you.
A few days later, tests revealed that Ran had E. coli, and his body needed to be sedated. Ryan spent 133 days in the hospital, but on June 19, despite the odds being stacked against him, he was finally permitted to return home. A few weeks after returning home, however, he went “blue” when at a relative’s house, and his uncle was forced to do CPR on him until the ambulance could come and take him back. Ryan was extremely fragile; he didn’t take his first shower until he was 12 weeks old and didn’t put on clothes until he was 11 weeks old. The hospital thanked the doctors for saving his life and his mother is presently working to raise thousands of pounds for the cause.