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On a gloomy Sunday, Ms. Leni was about to urinate. Then, she was surprised because there were blood clots and accompanied by abdominal pain. She was 9-months pregnant and was waiting for the birth of her baby. Mrs. Leni immediately prepared to go to the midwife's house. However, while waiting for her younger brother to take her using a motorbike, Mrs. Leni complained that her abdominal pain was unbearable, so the baby was born in the living room with no immediate crying and the umbilical cord was still connected to her body. In addition to not immediately crying, green mucus came out around the baby's mouth and nose, his fingers are purplish, and the baby's face is not normal.
After the midwife arrives and help the delivery, the baby's condition is seen as a symptom of down syndrome and a bluish sign on the entire finger, then the baby Mrs. Leni was examined and referred to the hospital. After review, it was found that Ibu Leni's baby had acrosianosis, a disorder that affects the arteries supplying blood to the skin of the hands and feet. This small artery carries oxygen and nutrients from the blood. In patients with acrosianosis, there are spasms in the arteries that block the flow of blood to the skin, so the skin lacks oxygen and changes color to blue or purple.
As a result, Ibu Leni's baby must be treated in the perinatology room for a fee of up to 3 million per day and the possibility that the baby must be treated for up to one week. The father of this tiny baby is a casual daily laborer and the mother does not work. His grandmother was a clothes washer and his grandfather worked as a toilet guard. They live in one roof in simplicity. The hospital fee that could reach tens of millions of rupiah was not able to be paid by Ibu Leni's family.
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