Garden City Telegram Pro-Am 2013 Special Section - page 3

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By BRETTMARSHALL
When Shana Tabor went into
labor on the afternoonn of July 26,
2005, little did she realize what she
and her family would experience
for the next several days.
A former CNA and a just-recent-
ly licensed registered nurse at St.
Catherine Hospital, Tabor endured
20 hours of labor, including two
hours of pushing, to deliver a baby
girl, Taylee, who weighed in at 8
pounds, 5.9 ounces.
But complications due to a trans-
verse in the birth canal, which
forced the medical staff to use a
vacuum to help bring Taylee out
resulted in her heart rate dropping
to a dangerously low level, thus the
NBICU was the place to go.
“It’s every parents worst fears,
especiallywhen you are a nurse and
you have an idea of what’s going
on,” said Shana, who had only been
working as an R.N. for about seven
weeks when she delivered Taylee.
“She wasn’t even breathing and
the nurses and the doctor all began
working on her so we knew things
weren’t normal.”
For husband Dustin, it was all
the more uncertain, too, as he was
watching all the bustling activity of
the staff without knowing the full
impact of the situation.
“There was nothing I could do,”
said Dustin. “As soon as they sta-
bilized Shana, I was able to go back
in and the nurse there explained
everything that was happening to
me. I can’t begin to express how
comforting that was. They’re so
professional in how they do their
job, they’re very compassionate and
understanding.”
The delivery was completed by
Dr. MauraWelch, whom the Tabor’s
praised for her extraordinary
Brad Nading/Telegram
Taylee Tabor, front, was born on July 27, 2005, at St. Catherine Hospital and spent four days in the
Newborn Intensive Care Unit. She is pictured here with her family, from left: sister Taryn, mom Shana,
father Dustin and sister Teegan (on Dustin’s lap). Taylee will present the winner’s check at this year’s
Southwest Kansas Pro-Am on Sunday afternoon.
NBICU close to home
for Tabor family
See NBICU, Page 25
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