Going the Extra Mile



 

By Nancy Hendrickson, RN
3N Charge Nurse

While I was working in OB, I met a couple having trouble conceiving. After they finally did, they, sadly, lost the baby. They tried again, and were successful. But once again, they lost the baby. They became pregnant a third time, and delivered a full term baby, who was born with biliary atresia, which is a congenital absence or closure of the ducts that drain bile from the liver. Because of this condition, the hospital bills were moun...

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