Lessons to Be Learned from Treating Ebola Patients

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As hospitals in the United States receive patients with suspected cases of Ebola virus infection, health care professionals are learning more about treatment of the virus and how best to protect themselves.

As more hospitals in the United States treat patients with suspected cases of Ebola, health care professionals are learning more about treatment of the virus and how best to protect themselves.

At the 2014 American College of Chest Physicians Annual Meeting in Austin, TX, Michael Connor, MD, from Emory University, discussed some of the issues and complications that doctors and nurses encounter when treating patients with the deadly virus.

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