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Photo By Marcy Sanchez Ryder Lucas Barnett's urn sits atop a cooling device, deed to keep families and babies together longer in cases of fetal demise, which was presented to the Labor and Delivery section, at William Beaumont Army Medical Center, April 30, for the staff's comfort and care toward the parents after their loss. His passing was part of the one in four pregnancies that end in loss in the United States. After the loss of Ryder, Kelsey and Capt.
Hunter Barnett knew they had to do something to memorialize their son. Because of their size, decomposition begins quickly in infants, reducing the time available for parents to spend with them.
I hope this equipment never gets used. Further examination revealed her baby had passed. From the time I got here until I had Ryder and we left, I always had someone checking on me, staying with me, praying with me. The device was donated on April 30, Maintenance window scheduled to begin at February 14th est.
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