She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally.She teaches at the Museum of the City of New York, Millennium Art Academy, and The Drawing Center.According to the experts, the so-called 'limit of viability' is between 22 and 25 weeks."Babies rarely survive at 22 weeks and, when they do, it is at the expense of enduring many complications and long hospital stays, which involve a lot of suffering for them and their families," García-Muñoz Rodrigo added.
In addition, monitors in the atrium of the screening rooms featured the work of youth from the Global Action Project, and the artist Shani Peters.
The chances of survival increase from that point onwards and the proportion of complications gradually decreases as the gestational age rises.
Indeed, babies at 26 weeks, despite being very high-risk, are considered viable and are a benchmark group for comparing the results from the other gestational ages.
A new study analyses the survival rates in Spain of newborns with a gestational age under 26 weeks.
The results show that survival under 23 weeks is ‘exceptional’, although other factors such as birth weight and sex also have an influence.