CDC has recommended a " no autopsy" policy.Would you, personally, perform an autopsy on someone who died from Ebola? If yes, what are the necessary precautions and/or facility modifications to do so safely?
Because they closed their entire critical care floor, just for him. And of course they still didn't have the expertise to take care of him properly. The second nurse who tested positive has requested to be transferred to Emory, and rightly so.
Proper care is supportive treatment. There is nothing sophisticated about it. That is really insulting to imply they couldn't take care of it. That first Texas patient would have died at Emory or your hospital too.
I think that BlondeDocteur is getting ready for when she is a hyperspecialized pathologist. Implying that the community pathologist is incompetent runs rampant in our field. Hell, CAP even does it quite often.