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Nurse on JetBlue flight credited with saving life of fellow passenger

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Donlon, a 22-year-old from New Jersey, has only been working as a nurse for nine months, but she’s already being credited with saving the life of an airline passenger who experienced a cardiac event mid-flight. (www.foxnews.com) Mais...

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gsgautam
Gopal Gautam 15
Hat's off to the great lady for saving the precious life in mid air.
Sibskyhawk
Great. Job. Good to see people do care. Thank you
AAWings
Jane Niedermeyr 10
I experienced a similar incident on one of my flights, I'm a former flight attendant. No one volunteered to help out so having a medical education helped (RT, x-ray technology)I administered 02 and kept her as calm as possible. I asked the Captain to have a physician meet the plane. One of the other f/a's helped out as the passenger was Spanish speaking and she was fluent. People don't realize that the job is more complex than passing out peanuts and drinks. My admiration for a selfless nurse that came forward on the Jet Blue flight.
7765goldman
Pete Goldman 2
As a former ER doc and USAF/ ANG flight surgeon, she couldn't have been appropriate in her response.
7765goldman
Pete Goldman 10
corr.: she couldn't have been MORE appropriate in her response
PKVol
Patrick Keohane 2
Great job by the nurse, first for stepping up, next for keeping the situation calm. Not too sure about the Pilot's response - asking what he should do instead of immediately seeking clearance for an emergency landing.
Iupton05
I think the pílot acted quite well. His job is flying the plane, not checking the hearts of passengers. When told thre was an emergency he acted accordingly.
7765goldman
Pete Goldman 1
Pleewilk
Pleewilk 1
PKVol
Patrick Keohane 0
The pilot is responsible for the safety of each and every passenger. He / She is to do whatever has to be done to be sure that each passenger arrives safely.

If all he has to do is fly the plane, computers have taken most of this process out of the hands of the pilots.

He was aware of the emergency before being told to land the plane. If he had a warning for a mechanical problem, he addresses it at the time of the warning, he doesn't wait for failure to then "act accordingly"...
Rodas
Nalin Sehgal 1
Good job. Well done 👍
ANDYCAPT
ANDY SCHOLL 1
Great news for a change way to go. Fresh out of school and sharp as a tack. A confidence booster for sure.

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