Published Thursday, 20 September 2012
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The infection outbreak was responsible for the deaths of three infants at the Royal Jubilee Maternity Hospital in Belfast in January. A baby infected by a different strain of pseudomonas died in Londonderry's Altnagelvin Hospital before Christmas.
The bug was eventually traced to contaminated taps in neo-natal units.
Baby Grace, now aged 11 months old, has spent all of her life in hospital.
Weighing just 1lb 5oz when she arrived prematurely, she contracted the potentially fatal infection at the Altnagelvin Hospital after emergency surgery on her bowel.
With her life in the balance, Grace was rushed from the Derry hospital to the Royal in Belfast.
At one stage her family though she wouldn't make it - but 11 major operations later, she's finally been allowed home.
Spending her very first day at home with her delighted parents, Michaela O'Reilly and Justin Morrow told UTV they call her their little miracle.
Her mother said: "We never thought this day would come. We were told so many times she wouldn't make it, but it's finally here. We're so happy."
At present, Grace receives oxygen and is tube fed.
Her dad Justin says it's been a hard 11 months, but they're now united as a family.
"We're looking forward to the sleepless nights."
Next month, baby Grace will celebrate her first birthday with all her family.
Her parents are grateful to both hospitals for all the care their little daughter received during her almost year long stay.
Her dad said the feeling of finally having her home is hard to describe.
"It's a great feeling, I just want to enjoy it now."