Barrier protection is a simple disposable plastic apron.
Face protection? A paper mask.
Eye Protection? A plastic visor, or wraparound eyeglasses.
All very basic equipment which is normally available in the smallest country cottage hospital, let alone a major center.
Last edited by Manc Skipper; 10-03-14 at 05:57 PM.
I love the smell of face-palm in the morning!
"You ain't no Muslim bruv!"
"Why is it that those who hate America and Americans are never willing to make hard choices? The moochers have taken way too much. It is time to end the free rides and spend federal dollars on things that are actually constitutional.
How much money, in your opinion, would it require to stop allowing people to come into the US after spending time in ebola country?"
How much money, in your opinion, would it require to stop allowing people to come into the US after spending time in ebola country?
Jesus Crist man, enough with the talking points. Every expert in the field has concluded ebola will get here, not as an isolated incident in Texas, but in the course of world travel in the modern. It's just what happens. Get used to it and face reality.
Heya Skipper. What did you think these Nurses made this up and they went all in just to lie to the NY Times?
A survey by National Nurses United of some 400 nurses in more than 200 hospitals in 25 states found that more than half (60 percent) said their hospital is not prepared to handle patients with Ebola, and more than 80 percent said their hospital has not communicated to them any policy regarding potential admission of patients infected by Ebola. Another 30 percent said their hospital has insufficient supplies of eye protection and fluid-resistant gowns.....snip~