Thursday, October 30, 2014

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EBOLA UPDATE

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DPH PROVIDES TRIAGING GUIDELINES FOR
 NON-HOSPITAL HEALTH CARE SETTINGS

The Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) is urging providers to be ready and is providing guidance to outpatient facilities including, but not limited to urgent care centers and outpatient clinics, in order to help with triaging and handling patients who may have had potential exposures to Ebola virus.  DPH is now recommending an approach based on World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines.  The DPH Health Alert has information on triaging, reporting procedures, and infection control, as well as links to WHO resources. 

Joint statement on Ebola from the American Hospital Association, The American Medical Association and the American Nurses Association

EBOLA FACT SHEET

Monitoring and Managing Potential Ebola Virus Exposure in Delaware

Delaware's Prescription Monitoring Program

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Coming Events

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November 5
Katherine L. Esterly, MD Lectureship
DuPont Country Club

Topics:Brain Injury in Premature and High Risk Term Infants and Bright Futures

November 8
John Scholz Stroke Education Conference
John H. Ammon Medical Education Center

Topics: The Stroke Rehabilitation Continuum of Care: A Case Study; The Effects of Stroke on Vision; and Primary Prevention of Stroke; and more.

November 8
Basic Life Support for healthcare Providers Certification Class
Eden Hill Medical Center, Dover

Topics: One and two person rescue breathing and CPR for adults, children, and infants; AED use; Bag-valve-mask techniques; and Choking relief.


  



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