Daniel Emiliano is the first baby of 2021 to be born at the IMSS

He child Daniel Emiliano became the first baby of 2021 at birth at 00:00 with one second in the Gynecology-Obstetrics Hospital No. 4 of the IMSS, “Luis Castelazo Ayala”, in the Mexico City.

The baby was born under strict measures of health protection against Covid-19 to provide the security required to avoid infections, reported the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS).

A team of seven specialists from the High Specialty Medical Unit (UMAE), received Daniel Emiliano who is the first beneficiary born in the IMSS of 2021, with a weight of 3 kilos 325 grams, a measurement of 49 centimeters and was born by cesarean section; his mother, Fátima Martínez Guillén, was treated after detecting that there was a slight decrease in amniotic fluid.

Daniel Emiliano was born vigorously, breathed immediately as soon as he poked his head out, and had an APGAR score of 9/9, a quick test that takes place the first and fifth minutes after the test. Baby’s birth, where a good heart rate and muscle tone were obtained and did not require additional or emergency medical help, the institute noted.

The baby was born after 38 weeks with 6 days of gestation and is in perfect health, as is his mother, Mrs. Fátima Martínez, 29, originally from the Mexico City and that she is a housewife.

She assured feeling excited and happy with the arrival of Emilio Daniel in this new year, because “it gives joy and faith that everything will be fine”, and although her husband, Mr. Jonathan Daniel Quijada Soto, 32, who works in A restaurant in Mexico City, could not be present to accompany her due to sanitary measures due to the pandemic, she said she was with her family at the Hospital.

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