Faith is a little girl that was found in the mountains on Mindanao with severe facial deformities. The village aide program a Rotary Australia World Community Services Program decided to help and raised funds to have her in Australia and operated on. This has now take 3 years, with more to go. We need your financial support see www.vap.ph to donate.
6 г. назад
EAST SETAUKET - A 2-year-old girl from Ecuador who was born with a rare facial deformity is undergoing life-changing surgery here on Long Island. Angie Barreto had a birth defect that left her very disfigured, and back in Ecuador, her family didn't think anything could be done. But Blanca's House, a nonprofit group that provides free medical care, brought Angie to Long Island for help.
9 г. назад
Visit http://www.julianawetmore.net/story.php Juliana was born in March of 2003. Her pregnancy was "normal" in the beginning. At our first ultrasound, her stomach could not be found. We were brought back two weeks later for another one, when she was a little larger. Still her stomach was not seen. We were sent to a larger hospital, where at about 24 weeks, during another ultrasound, the doctor came in to have a look and told us that he was going to do an amniocentesis. But he did not feel that whatever was happening with Juliana would show on it. He then told us that we needed to make a decision as to whether or not we were going to continue the pregnancy. Thom and I looked at each other, then quickly back at the doctor. We both said there was no decision to be made. This is our child no matter what. The next several months were filled with many prayers, many unknown answers, and many sleepless nights. We were able to see Juliana grow and continue to develop by way of weekly ultrasounds, starting at about 30 weeks. At 38 weeks she was finally ready to meet the world. The hospital staff did a fantastic job preparing for the unknown. Juliana as a newbornDuring her delivery the operating room where she was born was full of nurses, obstetricians, neonatologists, respiratory therapists, anesthesiologists, and many more. Juliana's birth was a very traumatic delivery and I was hemorrhaging afterward. While one team worked to save my life, another team worked to save Juliana's. I was briefly able to get a glimpse of her as they rushed her past to the NICU, where she spent the first 16 days of her life. She had her first surgery when she five days old, to insert a trach tube and a feeding tube. Through much research on Thom's part, while I was recovering in the hospital, we found Dr. Wolfe in Miami. He is a world renowned craniofacial surgeon and came highly recommended from different surgeons around the country. We traveled to Miami in late March and Juliana began her craniofacial surgeries with Dr. Wolfe on April 1. Juliana and DadThe first 18 months of her life were very difficult on all of us. She had many respiratory infections (RSV and pneumonia). We also continued to push ahead with her surgeries. With most of the surgeries came complications during recovery. As parents we heard some of the scariest words of our lives: "She may not survive this." We heard these words more than one time. And each time we went to our knees and prayed. Each time God had a bigger plan for Juliana. Juliana has endured 21 trips to the operating room. She has had everything from simple procedures, like inserting a Port-A-Cath, to major intracranial operations. Juliana will eventually make her own decisions about continuing on with surgeries. Juliana in schoolAt this point we are not doing cosmetic surgery. We are doing surgeries which will enable her to function without a trach or feeding tube. Our ultimate goal for Juliana is for her to be happy with who she is. She will be able to achieve any goal which she sets for herself or any obstacles put before her. We have no doubt that she can achieve this because she is so incredibly intelligent. —Tami Wetmore, Juliana's Mother
10 г. назад
Child Foundation supports children worldwide born with birth defects. Meet Baby Miracletina from Samoa. She was born September 1, 2007 and not expected to live for more than a few hours. Her parents would not allow her to slip away and were able to sneak milk to her and she became strong enough to go home to her loving family and Samoan community. Since arriving in the US, Miracletina has defied odds that were against her from the beginning and is now facing her first round of multiple life changing surgeries. Miami Children's top surgeons will donate their services, but it is up to Miracle's supporters to raise the hundreds of thousands of dollars needed to provide her with the necessary hospital expenses involved in such delicate and life saving surgeries. Please visit our website for more information and how YOU can support this precious "Miracle" that we are honored to provide assistance to. www.childfoundation.com You can make a difference and show this loving child that she deserves the quality of life that ALL children deserve. http://childfoundation.com
1 г. назад
Jessica Rae Rudland's journey through Childbirth, Coma, Sepsis and an Intensive Care Unit. Jessica suffered Hypoxic Anoxic Brain Injury. Start Video after Cardiac Arrest in ICU: 3:26 #Childbirth #Intensivecare #ICU Start Video when she woke up: 4:10 FB Page ♥ https://goo.gl/MUxRLk GoFundMe ♥ https://goo.gl/IHJljU Petition ♥ https://goo.gl/MQ8Zbg Twitter ♥ https://goo.gl/pXNBnS Website ♥ https://jessicaraerudland.com Recommendations proposed by The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust relating to Jessica's Serious Incident. ♥ https://goo.gl/NkEUPy During Jessica’s illness, we kept written and audio/video diaries every day and sent SMS messages to Jessica. These are excerpts from a video diary kept over 29 days and are being shared with Jessica’s express permission. Life inside an Intensive Care Unit is one big roller coaster, full of highs and lows, surprises and complete despair. Outside and in life over the past two years, we've seen our share of both. Our beautiful daughter Jessica continues to make progress and we continue to fight for answers from the Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust. Jessica now lives with her parents full time and as we all move forward we are still reminded of the wave of support out there and the overwhelming kindness afforded to us by friends family and complete strangers. I have kept a record of everything and everyone who made contact for Jessica to read in time. We are also very grateful to the Clinicians who kept Jessica alive with life-saving support and ongoing care throughout her stay in the Intensive Care Unit. I never dreamed so many would read Jessica's FB Page, apart from her friends and our family. I was desperately searching for answers throughout this time and received some incredible support which we are all extremely grateful for. Who’d of thought that social media would be so therapeutic and empathetic. We've all been through so much not least Jessica and Lewin and I'm sure all of the followers of the “Dad’s Diary” will remember the desperate wait for Jessica to wake up from her Coma 23 days into ICU. With Jessica’s express permission I have compiled clips from my video diary which will be ongoing and segmented into chapters as Jessica recovers and Lewin grows. We will title this ‘Jessica’s Story' Jessica's Story - A Journey through Childbirth and Intensive Care Unit. I am hoping this video may help promote a specific escalation process (worldwide) that I feel should be in place for pregnant and recently-pregnant patients presenting as an emergency. In the USA, Canada and other countries it may be called ED? In the UK, it's called Accident & Emergency. lf your local emergency department already has such an escalation process in place, this should be reviewed against a sample of other hospitals' policies and procedures. From a review of the clinical notes in Jessica's case, the treating doctors appeared to have zero index of suspicion as to why a new mother had presented with a tachyarrhythmia at a heart rate of 170+ and shortness of breath. She also had an elevated pulsating right neck vein and persistent cough. She arrived at 11:48 pm on a Sunday evening.
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✓ SUBSCRIBE, NEVER MISS A VIDEO! ► http://bit.ly/2d1EIOv Hot Girl vs Homeless Girl Social Experiment- This video is a social experiment to see who would people rather help, a homeless child holding a sign that says “Hungry, Cold, Please Help’ or a grown female holding a sign that simply says ‘I need money’. The results were suprising to say the least. It's amazing people would help someone who simply needed money without a reason rather than a homeless child. Leave a Comment letting me know what you think :) If you enjoyed this video make sure to tap that Like button ;) SHARE THIS VIDEO! ✓ Want to shoot with me or talk with me? FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM! ► https://instagram.com/ricemantv ✓Get my go eat some rice T-shirt here! https://riceman.spreadshirt.com ✓Check out the first girl's instagram here:! https://www.instagram.com/veradijkmans/ My ultimate goal in life is to be a documentary filmmaker, if you have a interesting subject you like me to film, send me a message on instagram! ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Enjoyed this video? You will also like the following videos from me: HOT Girl vs HOMELESS Girl! (Social Experiment) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SSYDiZTW5v4 Homeless Veteran Does Amazing Act (This Will Make You Cry!) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ex4vz... Deliver Money to Homeless Using a Drone!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuMT5... Helping a Homeless Finding a Job! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hEYM... ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ About this channel: My name is Victor Li and I'm the creator of RicemanTV. RicemanTV is a channel featuring videos that will not only make you laugh, but also make you think. You will also stumble upon a few videos of mine that'll make you think "WTF did I just watch?" It’s my job sometimes to step out of comfort zone for both me and my viewers. I'm always thinking about big prank ideas to make you smile or another social experiment to spread positivity around the world and wake others up about issues with our society. Welcome to RicemanTV. Subscribe, grab yourself some rices, lay back and enjoy my videos!
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This video was made in preparation of The Jubilee of Trees in St. George, Utah. A Christmas tree has been made in memory of Kycie and will be donated to the neuro and trauma unit in St. George. The video shows from the time Kycie was born to the time she was laid to rest with a short description of what happened.
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Woman Gives Birth To 17 Babies at once. other woman Gives Birth To 11 Babies http://womangivesbirthto11babies.blogspot.com/
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A documentary from the perspective of two parents whose child, Armand Hayes, has been diagnosed with the rare disease GM1. You can follow Armand's story on Facebook at http://facebook.com/armandshope Direct donations can be made via http://GoFundMe.com/armandsnewhope
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Miracle: Christian Minister Bring A Baby Out Of A Coma Live On Camera! (The Child Awakes)WSHH VideoTUBE - Urban Media.flv