Posts tagged Texas Presbyterian Hospital

TWO UNDER QUARANTINE, EIGHT BEING ACTIVELY MONITORED IN SUMMIT COUNTY

Akron — There are still no confirmed cases of Ebola in Summit County, health officials said Oct. 21. During a Summit County Public Health media phone conference update, Commissioner Gene Nixon said two people are currently under quarantine in Summit County; eight people are receiving active [...]

Whistleblower nurse: I would do anything and everything not to be a patient there

Nurse Briana Aguirre works at Texas Presbyterian Hospital, though her future there is now uncertain. That’s because she is speaking out about what she says she’s seen and experienced during the treatment of Ebola patient Thomas Duncan and others. She speaks to Anderson with her attorney Bob [...]

OBAMA PLAYS 200TH ROUND OF GOLF AS 2ND EBOLA CASE EMERGES!

              (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});         By  SARAH RUMPF– AUSTIN, Texas – After hearing the news shortly after midnight early Sunday morning that a second Ebola case had been diagnosed in a Texas Presbyterian Hospital nurse, Dallas Mayor Mike [...]

Family identifies 26-year-old nurse who contracted Ebola at Dallas hospital

POSTED 11:40 AM, OCTOBER 13, 2014, BY FOX 4 NEWSROOM, DALLAS — The Texas nurse diagnosed with Ebola is “clinically stable,” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Dr. Thomas Frieden said at a press conference Monday. Her family identified her as Nina Pham, 26. Jason Whitely, a [...]

Second U.S. Ebola Case Confirmed; Caregiver Remains in Isolation

  BY MAGGIE FOX AND ELISHA FIELDSTADT   A test on Sunday confirmed that a Texas health care worker who cared for Liberian Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan at a Dallas hospital is positive for the virus, apparently as a result of a “breach of protocol” for treating the disease. A statement issued [...]

ABC CHIEF MEDICAL EXPERT: CDC WRONG, ALL US HOSPITALS CAN’T TREAT EBOLA SAFELY

by SARAH RUMPF 12 Oct 2014, 12:25 PM PDT 771POST A COMMENT CDC: Protocol Breach In Treating Ebola Patient Inform AUSTIN, Texas — Dr. Richard Besser, the chief health and medical editor for ABC News, told WFAA-Dallas on Sunday that he found the second Texas Ebola case “very [...]
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