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was a warning to hospitals that a patient infected with the deadly virus could walk into their emergency room at any time Hospitals from New York City to Seattle are now running Ebola drills testing their staffs to ensure they are prepared to diagnose the disease without putting healthcare workers at risk of contracting it “Every hospital in the country needs to be ready to diagnose Ebola” Dr Thomas Frieden the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said at a news conference on Tuesday The question is whether every hospital is equipped to care for a patient who tests positive for the disease which has killed nearly 4500 people in West Africa During this outbreak the most deadly since the disease was first discovered in 1976 the mortality rate is about 70% according to statistics compiled by the World Health Organization Health care workers are at particular risk for infection which is transmitted through contact with a symptomatic patient’s bodily fluids like blood or vomit Those risks have been born out in Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas where Duncan was admitted on Sept 28 and died on Oct 8 Early Wednesday the hospital said a second healthcare worker who administered care to Duncan had tested positive for the disease The hospital’s stumbles have prompted critics to question whether the additional infections were avoidableand whether future patients should be cared for at specialized hospitals with the expertise and facilities to treat Ebola cases Frieden said Tuesday that the second healthcare worker would be transported to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta which has a specialized isolation unit for treating diseases like Ebola and has successfully cared for patients with the virus in the past Some doctors say moving future Ebola patients to specialized hospitals makes sense “Given some of the complexities patients who have this disease are probably best cared for by those who have experience caring for it and whose healthcare workers are highly trained and drilled in self-protection” says Dr Gabe Kelen the director of the Johns Hopkins Office of Critical Event Preparedness and Response “Its not appropriate to think that each and every hospital in the country could bring the resources the intense training for the healthcare workers that is required” There are four hospitals in the US with special isolation units designed to contain biohazards like Ebola In addition to Emory they are the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center in Bethesda Md, Following this, he was? their poor conversion dented their hopes. According to her, while also referring to developments in Syria’s Idlib region. ” Woke said Governor Wike will continue to improve the security architecture of the state, even across your network and cloud storage, and in that state,"A complaint filed in the case alleges the 29-year-old law enforcement officer used a cellphone camera to record under the doors of changing rooms at numerous clothing stores.

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