Possible Ebola Patients Tested At Duke; Results For Monday Morning

A male patient, age unknown, was transported today at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina, and will be tested tonight Ebola virus.

Each flew into Newark Liberty International Airport on Friday after traveling through Liberia in an unknown location, and then went to the Durham area under commercial bus Aldona Wos, MD, secretary of the NC Department of Health and Human Services.

Possible Ebola Patients Tested At Duke; Results For Monday Morning

On Saturday, the individual took up the relative and the person in the family’s home in northern Durham County. After spiking fever this morning, the temperature is known, each delivered at Duke Hospital, and is currently locked in an isolated unit during previous training, treating the site as a potential Ebola patients.

Results will be available sometime Monday morning.

Possible Ebola Patients Tested At Duke; Results For Monday Morning

William J. Fulkerson, Jr., MD, executive vice president of the Duke University Health System said an official statement tonight that the Duke faculty, staff and students:

Despite the fact that he did not know the patient’s condition Ebola, we approach this as a confirmed case. Therefore, the patient kept the same contained in an isolated and secure unit rage that the actual Ebola patient would be treated. The patient receives care from an experienced team of clinical professionals at Duke who volunteer for this service, and thoroughly trained in this option. What is the expected scenario a few weeks ago, and a plan is in place to deal with.

Currently, the patient only a fever “, but no other symptoms Ebola.”

The individual has to follow the instructions of the temperature of customs and border police, as well as detecting a fever this morning, called the CDC line, and immediately called the [North Carolina] Division of Public Health, said chief state epidemiologist Megan Davies.

DHHS Secretary Aldona Wos, opened the press conference with a long statement about how well prepared the governor Pat McCrory potential for the case of Ebola. Wos indicated that the governor of New Jersey Governor Christie talked about tonight, probably some follow-up contact with the flight arrived at Newark yesterday.

Dr. Wos seemed thrown off a question about whether the patient was in North Carolina in Newark. When I replied that it was a commercial bus, an unnamed official at the press conference abruptly called to a close.

Before interrupted Dr. Wos said. “This person is not the symptoms of the bus This person has not been diagnosed yet, no special conditions.”

Possible Ebola Patients Tested At Duke; Results For Monday Morning