Georgie grew up to be a healthy baby as usual, without showing any abnormalities. Even when viewed from her body weight this baby has a sufficient weight even considered fat. Even so, the baby who has chubby cheeks has a birth defect called oesophageal atresia.
Oesophageal atresia is a condition where there is no estuary hole, in patients with cases of esophageal atresia the end has a clogged end while in the 1 / 4-1 / 3 part the lower part is connected to the trachea at the level of the carina, namely esophageal astresia with fistula.
According to the story of the mother, Stacey Rose quoted in the Daily Mail stated that when she gave birth to her son Georgie, she did not immediately pick her up. They can only carry and breastfeed their children at night and find an abnormal condition where the liquid actually comes out of the child’s nose and mouth.
The first time she experienced this condition, the mother felt that she was not so skilled at breastfeeding that she asked the nurse to provide milk. Only then was an abnormal condition discovered when the nurse also found bad breathing in Georgie’s body.
Furthermore, to help Georgie, she was moved to a special room for scanning using X rays. So the doctor said that Georgie was born with an ‘oesophageal atresia’ condition where the upper part of the esophagus is not connected to the stomach, this is what caused the mother’s first breastfeeding. time does not enter the stomach.
The condition that Georgie’s dialmi is Oesophageal atresia is usually accompanied by tracheosophangel fistula, a condition where the parts of the esophagus and trachea are fused, while in normal circumstances they should be separated from one another. So that inevitably, eventually you have to undergo surgery, surgery.
Georgia had to undergo surgery to treat the condition Oesophageal atresia and performed at the age of 22 hours from birth. The operation was first performed on July 12, 2014. The procedure itself lasts five hours followed by intensive care. The intensive care helped Georgie to recover quickly as well as other children. One of the hospitals chosen was the hospital in Newcastle, Great North Children’s Hospital.
Which parent can see their child suffer, repeatedly have difficulty swallowing the given liquid. Likewise, Georgia’s parents were not ready for their child’s condition but for Georgia’s recovery and live a normal life like other children, the operation took place until Georgie had five operations to repair her respiratory tract.
The condition experienced by Georgia is a congenital disorder related to digestion. Until now, the cause has not been found, there is a relationship with esophageal atresia in the family that can trigger a greater risk of occurring than those who do not have hereditary esophageal atresia. In fact, the risk of esophageal atresia is increased in children born with twins.
Although Georgie’s condition has not fully recovered, Georgie Stacey’s parents and her husband are grateful that even though her condition has not recovered, her child looks cheerful, even at the age of eight months Georgie can be brought home with her parents in Consett, Country Durham.