- A baby was born not breathing in the Municipality of La Castellana, Negros Occidental
- The local doctor and former mayor of the municipality, Dr. Enrico Elumba, did cardiopulmonary resuscitation for about 30 minutes
- Dr. Elumba did everything to save the baby, which was why he opted to do CPR
- The baby was named Ericka Paula, following the name of the good doctor who saved her
Dr. Enrico Elumba, former mayor and local doctor of the Municipality of La Castellana in Negros Occidental saved a baby born lifeless.
The baby was not breathing when she was delivered from the mother's womb.
Radyo Bandera Bacolod said Dr. Elumba did the cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for 30 minutes in order to save the life of the little one. A clinic staff, Paul, also helped in delivering and resuscitating the baby.
The baby was born on December 27, 10:16 in the morning, as per the report of DYVR RMN Roxas.
Her mom named her Ericka Paula, after the name of Dr. Elumba and the hospital staff who helped in the efforts, said DYHB.
"Mga 30 minutos man ang ginpatigayon nga CPR ukon cardio pulmonary resuscitation ni Dr. Enrico Elumba sining baby girl nga nabun-ag las 10:16 sang aga sang Disyembre 27, Domingo.
Wala na nagaginhawa ang baby girl sang nabun-ag rason nga ginhimo ni Dr. Enrico Elumba sang La Castellana ang tanan para masalbar ang bata.
Matapos ang 30 minutos nga CPR, nalipay ang tanan lakip ilabi na ang iloy nga buhi ang iya nga bata.
Ang baby girl ginpangalanan kay ERICKA PAULA, ginsunod sa pangalan ni Dr. Elumba nga Enrico kag utility sini nga si Paul nga dako man ang bulig sa amu nga tion."
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