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Michael Osterholm of CIDRAP discusses Ebola

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The True Consequences of Ebola in Flu Season

This is the precursor to the true impact on healthcare by Ebola. As presented by a physician at the Fall PATCON, our healthcare services will be overwhelmed and collapse by the end of the year. The initial symptoms of Ebola … Continue reading

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FEAR OF EBOLA

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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Mr. Whittle has this wrong. I want to add that there are other factors in play besides the transmission value. This is a virus: antibiotics are ineffective and there is no vaccine available according to our government. We have … Continue reading

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Ebola ruled out as passenger dies on Nigeria flight to JFK

A passenger died on a Nigeria-to-JFK flight after a vomiting fit on Thursday — and a top lawmaker said officials gave the corpse only a “cursory” exam before declaring that the victim did not have Ebola. Rep. Peter King said … Continue reading

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Halloween Twofer

Are you worried about your children’s safety this year at Halloween? Here is the solution: Biological Hazmat Costumes. A tyvek suit, mask, gloves, duct tape and booties will ensure the safety of your children from all of the Obama diseases: … Continue reading

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Matt Bracken: What happens when Ebola comes to Ferguson, USA, across all fifty states?

I had a meeting this weekend where I reminded some of the participants about a previous conversation where I explained why I did not like exploring scenarios based on hypothetical situations. Until now. Because an Ebola pandemic is not a … Continue reading

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McCain calls for Ebola ‘czar’

I doubt that the elected “leaders” in this country will ever realize that more money, regulations, laws and posturing will not solve problems. Increasing government by adding yet another illegal czar is the epitome of how dysfunctional the federal government has … Continue reading

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Braintree, Massachusetts Clinic Evacuated, Patient Isolated Over Ebola Fears

A medical clinic outside of Boston was quarantined and a patient has been isolated outside the hospital with a possible case of Ebola, the Boston Globe reported on Sunday. Police, fire officials and emergency medical services have arrived at the … Continue reading

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“So what happens when this entire hospital in Dallas is quarantined for Ebola?”

from Watcher: We realistically need to ask ourselves this question instead. What happens when EVERY hospital in this country is in lockdown and quarantine? Because this is what is going to happen if we do not stop this mismanagement of this disease … Continue reading

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Dallas Hospital Worker Tests Positive For Ebola

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New Jersey and Nevada officials determined that sick airline passengers did not have Ebola within 5 and 2 hours. Why did officials wait over 36 hours to announce this case? There are many unanswered questions at this time but everyone … Continue reading

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WHO: Ebola death toll rises to more than 4,000

Liberian lawmakers on Friday rejected a proposal to grant President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf the power to further restrict movement and public gatherings and to confiscate property in the fight against Ebola. One legislator said such a law would have turned … Continue reading

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Blood test negative for Dallas deputy who fell ill after visiting Ebola patient’s home

Update at 5:33 p.m.: Officials at Presbyterian hospital released a statement saying Monnig has been discharged. “Physicians at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas have discharged Deputy Michael Monnig following the negative test results. The family has asked for privacy at … Continue reading

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Child is first NC flu-related death of season

An elementary school student in the Triangle is the first person in North Carolina to die of complications from the flu during the 2014-2015 season, state health officials said Tuesday. The state Department of Health and Human Services said the … Continue reading

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Second Dallas Patient Exhibiting Ebola Symptoms

Following the sad death of Thomas Duncan this morning, CBS is now reporting that a possible second case of Ebola has been discovered in a suburb of Dallas: *DALLAS AREA PATIENT SHOWS EBOLA SYMPTOMS: CBS The patient claims to have … Continue reading

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Spanish Ebola: air traffic is the driver; it’s just a matter of who gets lucky and who gets unlucky.

How can this be? The pResident and CDC told us that Ebola is not airborne. Even though the CDC itself has stated that it is airborne over short distances. Do you feel lucky? David DeGerolamo Spain Warns “Something Went Wrong” … Continue reading

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The Real Face of Obamacare

The reality of Obamacare will become apparent when medical treatment is rationed. The looters will receive the fruits of our labor while we will line up for end of life care. David DeGerolamo Source

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High risk Ebola could reach France and UK by end-October

Pallets of supplies wait to be loaded on a 747 aircraft at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport September 20, 2014. Scientists have used Ebola disease spread patterns and airline traffic data to predict a 75 percent chance the … Continue reading

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Venezuela on alert over mysterious, deadly disease

The deaths of 10 people in the past week of a mysterious disease in several cities in Venezuela, including the capital of Caracas, have caused panic within the population and has prompted doctors to sound the alarm. A government spokesman … Continue reading

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‘Flaw’ in Electronic Health Record Blamed for Medical Error Involving Ebola Patient

When a sick Liberian man walked into Texas Presbyterian Hospital last month, “Protocols were followed by both the physician and the nurses,” the hospital said in a statement released Thursday night. The man told a nurse he had come from … Continue reading

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Patient With Ebola-Like Symptoms Being Treated at Howard University Hospital

A patient with Ebola-like symptoms is being treated at Howard University Hospital, a hospital spokesperson confirms. The patient had traveled to Nigeria recently. More…

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You Can’t Handle The Truth

From time to time here, and on a couple of forums where the whole Ebola topic has predictably mushroomed in the last few days, a number of Internet aficionados have pulled out their expert creds, and/or subtly (and not-so-) hinted … Continue reading

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Dallas: Workers Spray Ebola Patients’ Vomit Off of Sidewalk with Pressure Washer and No Protective Clothing

More… ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Have you heard the pResident’s response to the Ebola or enterovirus D8 outbreaks? Neither did I. David DeGerolamo

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Patriot Nurse Ebola Update! Practical steps and Reality!

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Another Possible Ebola Case Investigated In Utah

Moments ago Fox13 reported that Health officials confirmed they are investigating a possible case of Ebola at Primary Children’s Hospital. “Primary Children’s said it is unlikely the patient has Ebola however officials are taking this opportunity to use the emergency … Continue reading

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Texas school kids in contact with Ebola patient

Texas officials are monitoring a second patient for possible signs of Ebola, they confirmed on Wednesday, less than 24 hours after they said one man who traveled from Liberia to the U.S. has tested positive for the disease. That first … Continue reading

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Ebola: Our Time Is Up

Click here to order. I recommend the Deluxe Coverall. Gloves. Masks. Goggles. Shoe Covers. The government’s incompetence has become manifest: 1. A possible second infected Ebola victim in Dallas. 2. The possibility of infected children in the public school system. … Continue reading

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CDC Confirms First Ebola Case Diagnosed In The US, In Dallas Hospital

As experts (as opposed to President Obama) had warned, the probability of Ebola coming to the US is around 20% by year-end. So it should not be a total surprise that: *CDC CONFIRMS FIRST EBOLA CASE DIAGNOSED IN THE UNITED … Continue reading

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Dallas hospital is evaluating patient for possible Ebola

A patient admitted by Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas has been placed in strict isolation and is being evaluated for a potential Ebola infection “based on the patient’s symptoms and recent travel history,” the hospital said in a statement. … Continue reading

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Experimental Ebola vaccine to be injected into humans en masse beginning this January: WHO

The United Nations isn’t letting a good crisis go to waste, having recently endorsed the use of untested, experimental Ebola vaccines being rushed to market as this is typed. Agence France-Presse reports that the vaccines, which are bypassing the normal … Continue reading

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Possible Ebola Patient Arrives at U.S. NIH Lab

An American doctor who was exposed to the Ebola virus in Sierra Leone checked in to the National Institutes of Health hospital Sunday for experimental testing and possible isolation and treatment, the NIH said. The doctor, who hasn’t been identified, … Continue reading

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Ebola death toll in West Africa hits 3,000: WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that the death toll from the Ebola epidemic in West Africa has now risen to over 3,000. The WHO said on Friday that at least 3,091 out of 6,574 probable, suspected and confirmed … Continue reading

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How Ebola cases have grown since March

The number of infections in western Africa’s Ebola outbreak has reached almost 6,000, making it by far the worst in the history of the disease. Now experts estimate infections could quadruple to 21,000 by the end of October and reach … Continue reading

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3D Bioprinter Creates ‘Living Bandage’ Skin Grafts to Treat Burn Victims

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Join Exercise STABLE PHANTOM (Ebola Outbreak)

Sam Culper III Exercise STABLE PHANTOM is the name of our effort to come together as a community and practice intelligence collection and analysis with real-world implications.  I’ve been running this blog for a number of years trying to catch … Continue reading

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Army Medical Publications

TB MED 1 6/15/1981 Storage, Preservation, Packaging, Packing, Maintenance, and Surveillance of Material; Medical Activities PDF TB MED 3 3/31/1988 AMEDD End Stage Renal Disease Standards of Practice PDF TB MED 4 6/16/2003 DOD Human-Animal Bond Principles and Guidelines PDF … Continue reading

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Sierra Leone’s Ebola lockdown likely to be extended; testing reveals dozens of new cases

A three-day lockdown in Sierra Leone aimed at stemming the worst Ebola epidemic on record has identified dozens of new infections, but has not reached everyone in the country and is likely to be extended, a senior official said on Sunday. In one of the … Continue reading

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Ezekiel Emanuel: We Should Die at 75

Ezekiel Emanuel is one of the nation’s premier Obamacarians. He has the president’s ear. He is for health care rationing. And now, he wants us to die at 75. He doesn’t put it quite like that, writing in the first person. But … Continue reading

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Obama: It’s for the Children

The pResident’s open border and distribution of illegal aliens has now infected 20 states with EV-D68. As the article below states, children are most affected by the enterovirus. And yet there is no public outcry from the medical community. Or … Continue reading

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WHO: Ebola crisis “unparalleled in modern times”

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Mathematical Model Shows How Ebola Will Spread: “Worse Case Scenario… An Extinction Event”

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According to CDC director Tom Frieden, the ‘window of opportunity’ for stopping the spread of Ebola is closing rapidly. In July, as the virus surged across west African borders, Frieden downplayed its potential to reach U.S. shores. “It is not … Continue reading

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