INEM admits "lapse" in referring pregnant women to closed emergencies

The INEM admitted that it was due to a "lapse in the CODU" that a pregnant woman had to travel some two hundred kilometers in the early hours of Sunday

The INEM confirms that, initially, due to a failure in the CODU, a pregnant woman was summoned to the Abrantes medical institution.

The situation was directly corrected and, after an initial observation in the Abrantes unit and security situations encountered

the woman was transferred to the Santarém hospital maternity ward. The woman and unborn child are doing well and the pregnancy is being monitored at the health center."

This is how the INEM responds, in a statement to which Notícias ao Minuto now had access, to the controversy over the 33-week pregnant woman

who traveled more than 200 kilometers in an ambulance in the early hours of Sunday until she became pregnant. she arrived at the Santarém District Clinic

This after initially going to the Abrantes health facility, where obstetric emergencies have been closed,

in the area of the rotation machine in which she has operated this area within the u. S..

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