Frozen Baby

A newborn baby’s life has been saved after doctors ‘froze’ his body for four whole days. Baby Edward Ives was born with just a 5% chance of survival due to a condition called Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT). But thanks to a pioneering treatment which forced Edward’s body temperate to plummet, he has made a miraculous recovery.

A newborn baby's life has been saved after doctors 'froze' his body for four whole days. Baby Edward Ives was born with just a 5% chance of survival due to a condition called Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT). But thanks to a pioneering treatment which forced Edward's body temperate to plummet, he has made a miraculous recovery.

A newborn baby's life has been saved after doctors 'froze' his body for four whole days. Baby Edward Ives was born with just a 5% chance of survival due to a condition called Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT). But thanks to a pioneering treatment which forced Edward's body temperate to plummet, he has made a miraculous recovery.

A newborn baby's life has been saved after doctors 'froze' his body for four whole days. Baby Edward Ives was born with just a 5% chance of survival due to a condition called Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT). But thanks to a pioneering treatment which forced Edward's body temperate to plummet, he has made a miraculous recovery.

A newborn baby's life has been saved after doctors 'froze' his body for four whole days. Baby Edward Ives was born with just a 5% chance of survival due to a condition called Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT). But thanks to a pioneering treatment which forced Edward's body temperate to plummet, he has made a miraculous recovery.