Uma delas estava na academia quando sentiu dores e pensou ser pedras no rim. Quando chegou ao hospital descobriu que estava em trabalho de parto. Jessica Rae Rudland's journey through Childbirth, Coma, Sepsis and an Intensive Care Unit. Jessica suffered Hypoxic Anoxic Brain Injury. Start Video after Cardiac Arrest in ICU: 3: 26 #Childbirth #Intensivecare #ICU Start Video when she woke up: 4: 10 FB Page ♥ GoFundMe ♥ Petition ♥ Twitter ♥ Website ♥ Recommendations proposed by The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust relating to Jessica's Serious Incident. ♥ During Jessica’s illness, we kept written and audio video diaries every day and sent SMS messages to Jessica. These are excerpts from a video diary kept over 29 days and are being shared with Jessica’s express permission. Life inside an Intensive Care Unit is one big roller coaster, full of highs and lows, surprises and complete despair. Outside and in life over the past two years, we've seen our share of both. Our beautiful daughter Jessica continues to make progress and we continue to fight for answers from the Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust. Jessica now lives with her parents full time and as we all move forward we are still reminded of the wave of support out there and the overwhelming kindness afforded to us by friends family and complete strangers. I have kept a record of everything and everyone who made contact for Jessica to read in time. We are also very grateful to the Clinicians who kept Jessica alive with life-saving support and ongoing care throughout her stay in the Intensive Care Unit. I never dreamed so many would read Jessica's FB Page, apart from her friends and our family. I was desperately searching for answers throughout this time and received some incredible support which we are all extremely grateful for. Who’d of thought that social media would be so therapeutic and empathetic. We've all been through so much not least Jessica and Lewin and I'm sure all of the followers of the “Dad’s Diary” will remember the desperate wait for Jessica to wake up from her Coma 23 days into ICU. With Jessica’s express permission I have compiled clips from my video diary which will be ongoing and segmented into chapters as Jessica recovers and Lewin grows. We will title this ‘Jessica’s Story' Jessica's Story - A Journey through Childbirth and Intensive Care Unit. I am hoping this video may help promote a specific escalation process (worldwide) that I feel should be in place for pregnant and recently-pregnant patients presenting as an emergency. In the USA, Canada and other countries it may be called ED? In the UK, it's called Accident & Emergency. lf your local emergency department already has such an escalation process in place, this should be reviewed against a sample of other hospitals' policies and procedures. From a review of the clinical notes in Jessica's case, the treating doctors appeared to have zero index of suspicion as to why a new mother had presented with a tachyarrhythmia at a heart rate of 170+ and shortness of breath. She also had an elevated pulsating right neck vein and persistent cough. She arrived at 11: 48 pm on a Sunday evening.