An investigation has been launched in Scotland after a “very unusual” spike in deaths among newborn babies for the second time in just six months.
“The alarm was raised after 18 infants died within four weeks of birth in March, causing the mortality rate to breach an upper warning threshold known as the ‘control limit’ which signals a potential problem,” The Herald reported.
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🧀THIS IS NOT NORMAL🧀
The red lines in these @NHSuk charts for neonatal death risk are THREE sigma (with a "normal" stillbirth rate).
That is, about 1 in 1000 probability events.
And there are TWO of them in the same year.@UKHSA refused to provide this data@profnfenton https://t.co/mberBQGLzQ pic.twitter.com/WijIP8uI0B
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Scotland reports second extreme spike in neonatal, perinatal, and infant deaths.
What could cause it? Any new unproven experimental treatments were given to Scottish women during pregnancies? Remind me
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From The Scotsman:
The new probe was launched after 18 babies died in their first 28 days of life in March, causing the mortality rate to breach a set threshold.
It is the second time this limit has been reached since records began in 2017, after 21 deaths were reported in September, sparking another investigation.
Dr. Sarah Stock, an expert in maternal and fetal medicine at Edinburgh University, labelled the numbers “really troubling.”
The cause is not babies having Covid, she said, but it may be related to complications in pregnant women who have the disease, or pressures on healthcare as a result of the pandemic.
The increase in deaths is “absolutely not” related to the Covid vaccine, she said, as this has been shown to be safe in pregnancy.
“We do know that Covid-19 can affect pregnant women, and cause pregnancy complications like early birth, so that is something that we need to think about and investigate,” Dr. Stock told the Herald.
“The other thing are the wider impacts of Covid-19 on healthcare services and that is something that needs to be thought about as well.
“Maternity and neonatal services are stretched and continue to feel the effects of Covid on staffing.
“But we can’t forget that it might be other causes altogether, so it’s really important that we investigate.”
While the Scottish government confirmed an investigation is underway, it’s evident they likely will continue turning a blind eye to the experimental COVID-19 shots as a potential cause of neonatal deaths.
“We are working with PHS, the Scottish National Neonatal Network and the Maternity and Children Quality Improvement Collaborative to understand any possible contributing factors to ensure we continue to improve the care of the smallest and sickest babies in Scotland,” a spokesperson said.
Last month, Dr. Naomi Wolf reported upsetting statistics on pregnant women.
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Wolf also discussed the breast milk of vaccinated mothers.