I would imagine so, but negative pressure rooms are present in nearly every hospital
No that was Amber.
I would not be surprised if Presby closes down it's ICU entirely, at least temporarily. With probably the majority of it's staff on quarantine now.
That was my first thought as well. She has to know that though.
I've been away for a while but to read this and about the nurse flying, CDC permission or not, what a clusterf***.
Again, droplet transmission.
I won't be offering my knowledge or experience to this thread any further.
I'm a medical professional with training in epidemiology and infection prevention and control. I'm also a front line provider in an Ebola unit....
Maybe you need to read up on what droplet transmission is then.
Thats all well and good but stating it as fact is spreading misinformation and you'll have to cite your sources. You are referring to droplet...
That's not airborne, thats actually droplet transmission, which is already recognized as a method of spreading the virus.
Second health care worker tests positive in Dallas....
A lot of the biohazard gear is becoming difficult to acquire on the markets as they are being snapped up by hospitals. There is already some gear...
If he doesn't mind, what is the problem?
Also bear in mind that one donation does not equal one transfusion. For example: if 500 cc are drawn...
Ok so I work in an Ebola prepared unit and got my flu shot today. I now have a nosebleed. Do I have ebola?
Just checking in here after a long day at work. "Waves"
Who are "these people"? Please cite examples of ppl from west Africa with ebola trying to sneak into other countries. Besides, arguably, Mr...
This is not true in all centers.
Double gloves. First pair off, then gear.