Status: 03.10.2023, 20:45 p.m.
Joyful reunion: The crew of the First Responder Unterschleissheim, the ambulance crew from Oberschleissheim, Dominik Prantl and little Nina and her family met at the Eching rescue station. © BRK-Kreisverband
A girl is born prematurely in May, but is not yet able to breathe on her own. The rescuers succeed in resuscitation - and now there was a reunion.
Eching/Munich – Every second counted at 25.0 a.m. on May 21 when the Eching emergency physician Dr. Christoph Mayer and emergency paramedic Dominik Prantl from the BRK rescue station in Eching were called to the district of Munich for a premature baby resuscitation. Her mission was successful, and Nina was saved. Now there was a reunion in Eching.
"Nina was determined to give birth early at home, but was unable to breathe on her own. She needed resuscitation and ventilation measures," writes BRK press spokesman Paul Eisenmann. So an emergency call was made.
Premature baby Nina could not breathe on her own: Quick intervention of the helpers
"Thanks to the quick and professional action of the emergency medical crew from Eching, which was ordered to the neighboring district by the rescue coordination center, Nina was successfully resuscitated before the arrival of the pediatric and newborn emergency doctor." The emergency physician expert had been flown in by helicopter from the LMU clinics. After that, little Nina was taken to a special intensive care unit in Munich for treatment by the emergency ambulance of the Munich Fire Department. Eisenmann: "A few months later, Nina was able to leave the hospital together with her mother completely healthy and without any permanent damage."
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Eching/Munich: Reunion with premature baby Nina
Now there was a reunion of some of the emergency services with Nina and her family at the Eching rescue station. All rescue workers involved were thanked. The BRK rescue service of the Freising district association emphasized the "smooth cooperation and courageous intervention of all helpers involved."
Nina's rescue was made possible thanks to the coordinated cooperation of first responders from the Unterschleissheim and Haimhausen fire departments, the BRK district association in Munich (Oberschleissheim station), the crew of the DRF air ambulance, the Munich professional fire brigade and the Fürstenfeldbruck, Munich and Erding rescue service control centres. ft/ws
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