What? I have nfi what you're trying to get at. The conversation with Doc and STO was about Doc's contention with the phrase "reaching viability". If a fetus is determined to be viable and goes through childbirth, is hooked up to ALS, but still doesn't make it, that means it didn't "reach viability". Viability means ability to survive outside the womb.<quoted text>
So this goes back to my question-How long does a baby have to live to be considered viable? Are they viable if they take a single breath before being hooked up to life-support? What about if they need life-support just for a short while? Are they alive while they are on life-support?
Your inane question above leads me to believe all survived outside the womb whether they were attached to ALS or not. Which would mean all were viable.
<shaking head, grabbing tylenol>