Quadruplets Ready to Celebrate Christmas

Born premature at 25 weeks, each weighed less than two pounds at birth.
December 22nd, 2014
Alyssa, Carter, Miles and Bentley are less than three months old, but they have already made history as the youngest and smallest quadruplets born at University of Colorado Hospital.

Alyssa, Carter, Miles and Bentley are less than three months old, but they have already made history as the youngest and smallest quadruplets born at University of Colorado Hospital. “It been a long, rough road, but thanks to God, first and foremost, and thanks to the medical staff at UCH, I am proud to say all babies are now doing well and we hope to have some home within the next month,” mother Amanda Sallaska said. University of Colorado Hospital’s NICU is part of the Colorado Institute for Maternal & Fetal Health, a partnership with Children’s Hospital Colorado and CU.

 

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