Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 2021-04-30 20:26:42 –
Kansas City, MissouriKSHB)-A group of healthcare professionals in the Kansas City area were in the right place at the right time on Wednesday.
The right place is where I happened to be on a plane to Hawaii in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
The right time was when a fellow traveler gave birth in the bathroom of an airplane.
Lanivanfield, a registered nurse at North Kansas City Hospital, recalled the event, saying, “Oh, that’s what, I need help, doctor, medical, oh, that’s what this woman is.” I started screaming.
Bamfield, along with two other neonatal intensive care unit nurses, assistant doctors and family doctors, used social media to document efforts to help mothers give birth for 27 weeks.
“We are used to stressful situations, but we don’t like this. In a controlled environment where we have equipment. So we are very focused and flight attendants and Amanda. Can you turn to Sacramento, is it nearby, or can you go somewhere now? Friday.
At the time of emergency medical care, the flight still had three hours of travel before landing in Hawaii.
“I think we were a little nervous so that an emergency could occur and we wouldn’t have a destination across the ocean,” said passenger Tesha Thomas.
When passengers learned of their birth, they began collecting the items that medical professionals needed.
When the plane landed, medical staff were at the parking lot waiting to take the mother and boy to the hospital.
“They don’t have a name yet because he was stable and didn’t expect her to really give birth, but nurses and doctors called him Jet in the hospital,” Ho said. Said.