Newborn dies in Rome immediately after birth, mother: "I asked for help, but I was abandoned"

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Newborn dies in Rome immediately after birth, mother: "I asked for help, but I was abandoned"

“I felt something was wrong, so I asked for help. I was losing blood, but no one intervened.” And less than an hour after giving birth, little Valentina, just born, died.

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Less than an hour after giving birth, little Valentina died . It happened last February 15th in the Santo Spirito hospital in Rome. The little girl's parents, 29-year-old Vlada Savciuc and 49-year-old Alessandro Corda, filed a complaint for what happened. Could the tragedy have been avoided? This is the question they can't stop asking themselves just over a week after the newborn's death.

“I had already been ill, I had lost blood. I understood that something was wrong. I asked for help but no one intervened, I felt abandoned . Only my roommate was close to me”, is the story of the twenty-nine year old who, together with her partner, reported to find out the truth : the causes of the little girl's death and whether there was a possibility of avoiding the tragedy. Investigations continue: the Prosecutor's Office has opened a case for manslaughter in the healthcare sector.

What happened on that tragic night

What happened was a huge loss for the two parents. But now they are determined to understand what could have happened on that tragic night. For this reason, it was the new mother herself who retraced those hours with the judicial police, as reported by Corriere della Sera .

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When I asked for help it was 3 in the morning , but apart from a few perfunctory words, no one did anything. I felt abandoned – she said – I had already been ill a couple of hours earlier, around 1. I had lost blood . Two hours later the situation got worse. I got scared, they told me there was nothing to worry about, but that they would still send a midwife.” Instead, as the twenty-nine year old points out, no one arrived. “I was left alone, abandoned. With only my partner and my roommate with me .”

The surgery after six o'clock

The woman who was with her, today a witness to the tragedy, again called the medical staff around five o'clock . Only after about an hour and a half, the 29-year-old was taken to the delivery room for a caesarean section . But perhaps it was already too late for little Valentina.

The pregnancy passed peacefully, even during the first of the four monitoring sessions, on February 13th at 3.30 pm, no anomalies were found. The next day her water broke and the girl was hospitalized. Then, however, on the night between 14 and 15 February, the “copious blood loss” appeared and a “change in color and intensity” was noticed: the situation seemed to have worsened.

Investigations underway: medical records seized

How could she have gotten to this point? “, is what some of the medical staff would have shouted shortly before taking the woman to the delivery room. But it is not yet known who shouted this phrase, nor for what reason. This detail is also present in the complaint from which the investigation began. The Prosecutor's Office has opened a case for manslaughter in the healthcare sector in this case.

An autopsy on the little girl will be arranged soon. In the meantime, on Tuesday, the order for the seizure of the medical records arrived which will have to be examined by the investigators who are trying to understand what happened that night. The documentation, however, was only brought to Piazzale Clodio late yesterday afternoon. for this reason the delays also continue for the tests on the little body of the little girl , who died less than an hour after birth, perhaps after her first cries.

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