Baby Zaylnn the “Miracle Baby” Survived Texas Snowstorm URI

PHOTO: Healthcare providers hold Zaylynn after she was born at 24 weeks at Baylor Scott and White in Marble Falls, Texas.
Zaylynn at 24 weeks old held by the healthcare providers in NICU at Baylor Scott and White in Marble Falls, Texas.

Baby Zaylnn was Born At 24 Weeks Old, weighing just 1-pound. Her chances of surviving were slim considering the storm, and the hospital does not offer the specialized neonatal care premature babies needs. Doctors and nurses in a packed van with NICU equipment saved baby Zaylynn. Zaylynn’s mom Kimberly Arias was placed on the ventilator after giving birth to the 1 pound, 6 ounce baby. Her delivery which lasted about 2 hours after driving in the bad weather, was made possible by the team of doctors and nurses who went out of their way through the snowstorm to transport Zaylynn to a Neonatal Intensive care unit.

“We had five or six people out at the nurses’ station calling hospital networks all over the state of Texas,” said Schubert. “Nobody could answer our cry for help.”

PHOTO: Dr. John Loyd, far left, chief of neonatology at Dell Children's, poses with the two nurses he traveled with in a snowstorm to help save the life of a premature baby.
Dr. John Loyd, far left, chief of neonatology at Dell Children’s, poses with the two nurses he traveled with in a snowstorm to help save the life of a premature baby

The team struggled for hours before until they reached Dr. John Floyd, a division neonatologist chief at Dell Children’s Medical Center, a part of Ascension, in Austin, Texas. Dr. John drove towards the storm to assist on Baby Zaylnn’s transfer to a proper NICU facility. 

PHOTO: Healthcare providers transport baby Zaylynn onto a medical helicopter.

According to Schubert, during the baby transfer into a specialized Isolette with a ventilator, the premature baby became bradycardia, giving people a scare. Airlifted in less than one hour in a helicopter and landed safely at Dell Children’s in Austin.

PHOTO: Kimberly Arias, wearing a hospital gown, poses with the healthcare providers at Baylor Scott and White who delivered her baby daughter Zaylynn.

Arias, the baby’s mother, is doing fine and remains grateful to the team of doctors and nurses that worked tirelessly to save her life and giving her baby a good chance at survival. Baby Zaylynn is the miracle baby who survived the snowstorm URI. It is all the proof we need to know that miracles do happen, and it came in the form of doctors and nurses.

citation/ Credit : Good Morning America

Writer: Katie Kindelan

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