Posted By LAF Editor on January 3, 2015
Tiny Maddalena Douse weighed just 13 ounces at birth. Lucky for her, doctors did not know that, because a pair of scissors accidentally left on the scale bumped her weight reading up to 1 pound. One pound is the minimum weight at which physicians in the UK will generally intervene to provide life-saving care to infants born extremely premature. Thus, a mistake ultimately may have saved Maddalena’s life.
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