Angel Eye at Connecticut Children's NICU at Hartford Hospital

New technology is helping families who can't physically be at the hospital be with their child after they are born premature.   

Just six months into her pregnancy, Angela Negron had a placental eruption, which caused her water to break.

"So, I was on hospital bed rest for the good part of three weeks just trying to keep her in as long as possible," Negron said. 

On June 9, Daniella Negron was born weighing in at just a little more than 2 pounds.

"I just can't even put into words how I feel between being heartbroken that she has to be so premature and go through this," Angela Negron said. "It feels like she's not mine almost because you don't go through the normal motions of taking your baby home with you." 


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