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IN People ON 24 Feb, 2016
Isaac Derwent, a baby who was born ten weeks premature with absolutely less weight, is kept alive a plastic bag. His mother Jennifer thought of normal stomach ache and felt silent labour.
As a result, on rushing to the hospital she delivered the boy and he was saved by keeping in a sandwich bag and in a complete womb environment.
Let's check out his story.
Jennifer Derwent, 32 was out for shopping with her husband Jonathan 38, when she felt meager stomach pain but thought nothing of delivery as she was only 30 weeks. Her husband who delivered the couple's first child at their home itself took her to the hospital as he had portent that she might give birth.
Because of Isaac's premature unexpected arrival, he weighed only 3lb 11oz and so was kept into a plastic sandwich bag. The doctor's concept to keep him in the bag was to give his body the same warm temperature.
For Jennifer and others in the hospital, it was very shocking to know that she felt no labour pains before the delivery. And later that surprised Jennifer was the putting off baby in the sandwich bag. This picture was captured few hour later Isaac's birth in Derriford Hospital, Plymouth.
Later on, Isaac was kept in a special care unit to let him get fully developed and nourished. The attempt was to give the child mother's bewilderment and create the similar womb environment. There he spent total 5 weeks before being allowed to home.
Isaac came home in 2012 and now is five and a half months old. He has completely recovered well and is all ready to reach his milestones.
The picture has Jennifer with husband Jonathan, daughter Holly and son Isaac. After the Isaac's dramatic arrival, the family is now happy and contented.
Jennifer and her whole family appreciated about the well management and staff of hospital and for the same Jennifer's sister Caroline will be conducting a marathon for raising funds through tattoo event for the ward that saved Isaac.