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Environmental infection control considerations for Ebola


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Environmental infection control considerations for Ebola


The growing Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa, coupled with the transport of patients to the United States for treatment and the first US Ebola case identified September 30, 2014, in Texas, have driven hospitals throughout the United States to be prepared to provide care for patients with Ebola virus disease (EVD).




Lowe, J. J., P. L. Olinger, S. G. Gibbs, K. Rengarajan, E. L. Beam, K. C. Boulter, M. M. Schwedhelm, A. K. Hayes, C. J. Kratochvil, S. Vanairsdale, B. Frislie, J. Lewis, A. L. Hewlett, P. W. Smith, B. Gartland and B. S. Ribner (2015). "Environmental infection control considerations for Ebola." Am J Infect Control 43(7): 747-749.


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