A creative surgeon turned to a common household substance to block the bleeding in a newborn’s brain last Wednesday.
When the 3-week old baby was rushed to the hospital in Kansas City, Missouri, a team of doctors discovered an an aneurysm that was hemorrhaging — a diagnosis so rare that the tiny surgical tools necessary for the job were unavailable.
So the surgeons chose the next best thing to plug the bleeding — super glue.
Ashlyn, who was born on May 16, is expected to make a full recovery.
(WATCH the video below, or READ the story from the Kansas City Star)