He was born at 26 weeks and weighs slightly more than two pounds. The parents told MUSC that Jet was already on their list of possible names before the mid-flight birth. Southwest Airlines announced Sunday afternoon that Flight 556 from Philadelphia to Orlando diverted to Charleston after a baby was born in the air. Jets parents were on their way home to Orlando from a family baby shower in Pennsylvania. After the emergency landing, Jet was immediately sent to the MUSC Pediatric Emergency Department and ultimately the NICU, according to a press release from MUSC spokesperson Heather Woolwine. He was placed on a ventilator and given medicine to help with his breathing. Woolwine said Jet is in critical condition. His blood pressure is stable, and he is being treated for a possible infection. “(Jet) was a little bit colder than a baby born inside the hospital when he arrived here, and it is remarkable that he was able to go for some time without some type of respiratory support while on his way to us, she wrote. The flight was carrying 132 passengers, including Dr. Bhasker Patel, an internal medicine physician with Health First Medical Group in Palm Bay, Fla.
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charts for crude oil spills. medical job interviewThe pipeline is also linked to threatened water quality and quantity around the world due to climate change. Climate change is shrinking glaciers on every continent and those are the sources of water supplies for most human beings on the globe and agriculturally, for irrigation water, explained Kennedy. In terms of kind of the macro view, we are acidifying the ocean. We are conducting a huge science experiment right now with the oceans. If climate change continues to be ignored by industries that contribute to it, and pipelines like the Dakota Access keep getting built, Kennedy said , by the end of this century, when my children are likely to still be alive, the globe would have warmed by six degrees. The last time the globe was six degrees hotter than it is today, there were crocodiles at the north pole. And this is not something that is going to happen generations from now and we dont need to worry about it. Its something thats going to happen in our childrens lifetime. medical sales interviewsAnd if that happens the civilization on most of the planet is going to collapse.
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