Parents claim air in the infusion administration set is cause of newborn daughter’s brain damage


Intravenous news: report “Eliza Gort came into the world one evening a healthy, brown-eyed, 7-pound, 9-ounce baby girl. Her mother held her, nursed her, and marveled over her beautiful child. By early the next morning, Eliza was in intensive care, her hands and feet black and blue, on a ventilator, suffering from brain damage that would cause lifelong challenges.

The cause of the drastic change – believed to be an air bubble in an intravenous line – is now the subject of a lawsuit filed by Eliza’s parents against Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital and its parent company, Spectrum Health.”

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