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Salem's mother makes consciousness push hospital after the sudden death of her baby



SALEM, Ore. – A Salem mother turns her tragedy into a lesson for other parents.

Just eight days ago, Ginger McCall's 7-week-old girl was healthy and happy. Within 48 hours, her health deteriorated. She died last Sunday.

McCall believes her daughter's death could have been prevented by hospital staff.

"We only had seven weeks with her, but she was so loved," McCall told KGW.

She and Her Husband waited so long for his first child. Evianna Rose was her world, an active baby who already loved nature.

"It was beautiful," said McCall. "I know it's really stupid to concentrate on that, but I'll never know what color her eyes would have. I'll never know who she would be.

  Ginger McCall with Evie

Ginger McCall with Evie

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She'll never know because Evie was picked up Suddenly a week ago on Sunday. [Last Post Friday] McCall said her baby gave a terrible moan. Evie had breathing problems and fever. McCall and her mother-in-law took her to the emergency department of Salem Health.

"They told us they thought it was a virus, but it could not say which one it was because babies get a lot of viruses," she said

McCall said Salem Health gave Evie Tylenol and a saline solution, performed basic blood tests and dismissed them at 13:00 that afternoon.

"A baby is released after seven weeks of emergency room temperature and still listlessness, I mean, that should not have happened," McCall said.

They went home only to make Evie worse. She started to puke and exclaimed that terrible scream.

They went back to the emergency room, where everything turned quickly. Evie crashed.

"It was like torture, how they were watched, how they kept poking them. Then they had to tap a spine, which was also like torture. And then it all happened very quickly and she fell and intubated, and then they called Portland to see if they could be taken there. "McCall remembered."

She felt that the hospital staff was not clearly aware of what was happening.

"I understand that they were in crisis mode, but they have neither myself nor my mother-in-law, who was with me and what was going on, communicates, "said McCall." We were kind of pushed aside and left in the dark, and before I knew she was intubated and unconscious.

After McCall was taken to Portland within a day, McCall said the doctors told her and her family on Saturday that Evie was suffering from meningitis and sepsis. Her baby was brain dead.

"I woke up at five o'clock in 1945 [a.m.] and I heard alarms and I said to my husband, I think we have to let her go, so they separated her and her." took us into the yard and they handed them to us and I stopped them when they died.

Death time: 6:08 Sunday morning.

Just a day before her illness McCall said she took Evie for a walk on the beach, she was healthy and happy.

"It was so sudden and it seems As if it should have been avoidable, the noise she made wished they had received more attention, "McCall said.

McCall hopes physicians will pay more attention to the call Evie made – a common sign of meningitis in a baby.

She said the doctors said her Evie had started late with Group B Strep and the infection resulted in bacterial meningitis. When McCall got pregnant, she had group B Strep and told the vendors that they had not taken the information seriously, where or when Evie had hit the road.

After McCall had caused meningitis in another hospital in Salem last year, which was caused by meningitis, McCall hopes to raise awareness and help others by illuminating the signs.

I bring it back, but I just hope it will not happen to anyone else, "said McCall.

Hospitals need to look closely at their logs and change them if necessary to prevent this, she said To the Parents: Attracting Attention Anything you notice, like her and her mother-in-law's, when Evie's head swelled up in the ER for the second time.

"Do not suppose they know, or that they've noticed the same thing, that you've noticed, and I mean, it's your kid, "McCall said," trust your instincts. Advocate yourself. "

  Evie

Evie

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She believes that she has given her best, but she feels she has a sense of urgency the first time does not seem to impress you were in the ER.

"Above all, I want to make a really terrible experience and turn it into something that helps someone, and if only one person can be saved by it, that makes a difference to me. I think this honors Evie, "McCall told KGW.

Instead of celebrating Evie's first walk or first word, McCall and her husband will mourn their first child's life.

  Ginger McCall, her husband, and Evie [19659040] Ginger McCall, her husband and Evie

Ginger McCall, her husband and Evie

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But in their death, Evie gave them the community, McCall said that so many people from work and from their neighborhood flowers and send sweet grades and food to them … After moving to Oregon just a year ago, they now know how much they loved and cared for them.

"I'll never stop missing them and I will never stop being sad that I did not meet the girl, the young girl she would have been wife and wife I mean, I think she was incredible. "

  Evie

Evie

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