A Miracle for a Beit Shemesh Toddler

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mda.jpgB’chasdei Hashem, an 11-month-old infant who earlier in the week went into cardiac arrest after choking on a foreign body is being released from the hospital.

The parents were told their son is expected to be released before Shabbos and Baruch Hashem; he did not sustain any permanent neurological deficits as a result of the cardiac arrest.

The infant was being fed soup at a babysitter on Sunday when the choking incident occurred. He was transported to the hospital as EMS personnel were performing CPR.

(Yechiel Spira – YWN Israel)


2 COMMENTS

  1. on the way to the hospital they also had to stop the ambulance to perform cpr (this was reprted in the local chardei paper) The parents also sent a letter to the paper praising Hashem and the hatzlah members who after the child had no pulse and stopped breathing for a long time, continued to try and resesate him.

  2. almost unheard of to “get a child back” after a cardiac arrest- even with advanced life support. they rarely cardiac arrest usually just respiratory arrest, so this really is a remarkable story. wow.