A hospital in Texas, which on average delivers about 16 babies a day, experienced two baby booms between June 24 and 28 to set a new record.,ind-vs-nz-live-cricket-tv-channel
basketball-match-kitne-der-ka-hota-hai,The Andrews Women's Hospital at Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center delivered 107 babies in 91 hours, according to reports.
The first boom started on June 24, when 52 babies were born in a 47-hour time period. The next boom started on June 28, when 55 babies were born in just 44 hours.,basketball-ball-transparent
Interestingly, the baby boom was not an anomaly for the hospital, which is considered to be a high-volume delivery centre in the state of Texas.,volleyball-world-cup-2019-prize-money
However, the twin booms were much higher than all the previous ones the hospital had handled. It broke their earlier record of 48 births in 41 hours, according to ABC News.,volleyball-canada-news
Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center called the twin booms 'rare and exceptional' in a press release. Staff at the hospital said the births may have been influenced by the pandemic.,1xbet-mobile-telecharger
pakistan-cricket-sites,"Last spring, when we first went into quarantine, we were all speculating ... that perhaps around December [or] January, we may see a boom, and it didn't happen. Our volumes stayed steady through the winter months, but they have hit now," Michelle Stemley, a labor and delivery nurse at Andrews Women's Hospital, told Good Morning America.
"The team was working very hard but we were having a lot of fun taking care of all of these families during these busy times," she added.,nk-vs-cd-live-score
"Everybody has to pull together to make sure that we were able to get our moms moved through as quickly as possible so they would deliver, and, after they had their recovery period, we would get them out to their next room to their postpartum room right away so that we could open up another room in labor and delivery to get these patients in," Stemley added.,cricket-score-app-offline