Medic's baby girl in need of new heart
The little girl has an enlarged heart and will eventually require a heart transplant
By Leticia Juarez and David Ono
LOMA LINDA, Calif. — Up until a week ago, Rick and Charity Arnold thought their infant daughter, Paisley Mae, was healthy. But when the couple took her in for a routine checkup, they found out she had an enlarged heart.
Then came the terrifying news. Doctors at Loma Linda University Medical Center Children's Hospital told the Arnolds their daughter's heart was failing.
"Her case is pretty rare in that there is no left coronary artery at all," said Rick Arnold, a paramedic with the San Bernardino County Fire Department.
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