Skip to comments.Emory Healthcare to treat Ebola patient
Posted on 07/31/2014 2:25:13 PM PDT by Wage Slave
Emory University Hospital is expected to receive a patient infected with the deadly Ebola virus within the next several days, the university announced Thursday.
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I heard the only cure for Ebola is 9mm
Is this Obama’s new scandal? Making the border crisis small in comparison?
The dems would do well to finally figure out they’ve created a monster and do something about him.
They are the ones cited in all talk about impeachment as the obstacles.
They are getting strapped with him. The media will hold out just so long, and hating Cruz, the only one, save J Sessions and S King, doing anything about the Constitution.
Because if we don’t have ebola now, let’s make sure to import it!
They’re permitting this because they anticipate MORE:
Why is that?
Cuz that’s the next huge BHO orchestration.
Hating Cruz is just not going to last as a winning position
just getting in practice for the REAL show - national quarantine and marshal law.
I do hope this is one of the US medics and not the first of a West African invasion. Article left a lot of questions unanswered.
So this is how he’s going to prevent the leftists from losing the Senate.
Emory University Hospital is in the western suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia and about 1 1/2 miles from the headquarters of the CDC. This article is of acute interest to me because I worked at this location for several years in an IT role.
I had just stumbled across this article on my news feed and was considering making it my first thread of my nearlyt 13-year membership but the OP beat me to it! I’ll admit it made the hairs on my arm stand on end.
While this is may be the best medical facility in the country to treat a disease such as this due to its medical staff and proximity to the CDC I am vehemently opposed to bringing infected patients into the US from outside. In order to contain the virus in its presently questionable mode of transmission there must be a quarantine of travel for those who are symptomatic.
I am not fully confident that full PPE and the highest precautions can still ensure a 0% communicability..even in a sterile environment. This bears watching.
Correction: Eastern suburbs..but yes, I do believe the proximity to the Centers for Disease Control was the determining factor here.
These are some of the best physicians and researchers in the US and I have the highest confidence in their ability..but it still makes me a little uneasy.
They are coming on a specially designed medical airplane.
They have the best chance for survival, here in the states. Perhaps the CDC wants to try to get a few steps ahead in case it becomes a total outbreak.
My money is on Nancy Writebol.
She was just given the experimental serum and they’re going to want to monitor her closely.
And don’t forget the ambulance and medics who transport him from airport to hospital.
Total and absolute SPECULATION on my part, but it would not surprise me if it was one of the Samaritan’s Purse personnel being moved to Emory, assuming the patient isn’t too gravely ill to travel.
I read that too. The other other one must be Kent Brantly.