This presentation on Ebola virus disease and personal protective equipment (PPE) was part of GNYHA’s series on Ebola treatment and prevention. The presentation covers tiers of care and PPE use and selection for a variety of facility types.
Ebola Virus Disease and Personal Protective Equipment Across Healthcare Settings
January 23, 2015
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