Laughing gas eases anxiety during labor for moms at Mercy

Laughing gas eases anxiety during labor for moms at Mercy

New tools help hospital welcome 900 children a year into the world
Keely Dezendorf, registered nurse, left; Kathy Dezendorf, registered nurse, center; and Dr. Jessica Marsh measure Jaxon Loya’s bilirubins levels. Bilirubin, a naturally occurring compound, can cause health problems at high levels. All infants are screened for it. Jaxon is the son of Emily Polster and Andrew Loya.
Mercy Regional Medical Center Family Birthing Center staff, from left, Dr. Jessica Marsh; Keely Dezendorf, registered nurse; Caitlin Nichols, obstetrician technician; Jennifer Hyson, director of women’s services; Jenn Cioppa, birthing center manager; and Brooke Thompson, obstetrician technician.
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