Why doesn’t the NHS resuscitate miscarried pregnancies before 24 weeks?

Why doesn’t the NHS resuscitate miscarried pregnancies before 24 weeks?
 

Coronation Street have aired a heartbreaking late miscarriage storyline for Michelle Connor and Steve McDonald, who lost their baby after Michelle went into premature labour. And a big discussion point for heartbroken viewers was the hospital policy of not making attempts to save a baby born earlier than the 24 week mark if it is born not breathing.
The decision left Michelle and Steve devastated as the doctor explained the stance the hospital held not to try and resuscitate if the baby was born earlier than an age of 24 weeks. A baby lost earlier than the 24 week mark is defined as a... read more

 
11 January 2017 in Showbiz, Views: 47
Source: Metro
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