Thu. Oct 17th, 2019

Seven nurses of newborns at Vall d'Hebron Hospital, pregnant at the same time – La Provincia


Seven nurses and auxiliary techniques of the Neonates Unit of the Vall d'Hebron Hospital in Barcelona are pregnant women and they have posed in a photograph that their boss has hung on Twitter.

In the photograph, taken by the head of the nurses, Marta Reche, and posted on Twitter by Castillo, the seven toilets appear showing their bellies: Sandra Cristóbal (36 years old), Marta Moreno (41), Pili Cortés (31), Cristina Jiménez (34), Elena Balagué (47), Silvia Muñoz (32) and Ana Gros (37).

The Neonatal Unit of the Vall d'Hebron Hospital, where 178 professionals work, is the largest in Spain and currently cares for 45 babies at serious risk between intensive and semi-critical care, another 24 more in boxes prepared to discharge them, four in hospitalization with the mother and another 12 more in home hospitalization.

Castillo has acknowledged in statements to the Barcelona newspaper that in 30 years he has been in Vall d'Hebron he had never encountered an explosion of pregnancies like this.

"We have the solution to increase the birth rate … It is now a known transmission outbreak (7 cases) but I hope it becomes an epidemic. The problem will be to replace them. Cheer up!" written on his Twitter profile Félix Castillo, head of Neonates of Vall d'Hebron, who poses in the photo with the seven pregnant women.

The photograph, taken by the head of the nurses, Marta Reche, and posted on Twitter by Castillo, shows the seven toilets showing their bellies: Sandra Cristóbal (36 years old), Marta Moreno (41), Pili Cortés (31), Cristina Jiménez (34), Elena Balagué (47), Silvia Muñoz (32) and Ana Gros (37).

"There are days that it is not easy. You are taking care of a baby of 24 or 25 weeks, sometimes smaller than the one you have inside. And you look at him and you look. Buf. And you have to give emotional support to that mom, and you have the gut in the middle, you are fine and she is not, "confessed to La Vanguardia Sandra Cristóbal, a nurse at the ICU of neonates and who is in the 36th week of her pregnancy.

The Neonatal Unit of the Vall d'Hebron Hospital, where 178 professionals work, is the largest in Spain and currently cares for 45 babies at serious risk between intensive and semi-critical care, another 24 more in boxes prepared to discharge them, four in hospitalization with the mother and another 12 more in home hospitalization.

Castillo has acknowledged in statements to the Barcelona newspaper that in 30 years he has been in Vall d'Hebron he had never encountered an explosion of pregnancies like this.

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