Selena GomezNew Ebola patients in Dallas will be transferred to three top infectious-disease centers in the U.S., a Texas official said yesterday. The new treatment strategy follows national scrutiny of cases at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, a Dallas facility that has handled three Ebola patients and said it made mistakes in its treatment of Thomas Eric Duncan, who died on Oct. 8. Two nurses at the hospital who contracted Ebola from him have already been transferred, each to one of the top national centers that specialize in treating contagions. “We’re intaking and sending away from Presbyterian now with an idea that Ebola-positive care will be somewhere else,” said Judge Clay Jenkins, the county’s top executive, at a news briefing yesterday. Spokesmen for the hospital didn’t return e-mails and phone calls seeking comment. STORY: CDC Scrambles to Fix Ebola Procedures After Second Dallas Hospital Infection Dallas’s plans may be a harbinger of a new national policy on handling patients with the deadly virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which is based in Atlanta, is working with Texas and various hospitals to coordinate a patient placement plan, said Dave Daigle, an agency spokesman, by telephone. Jenkins said he wanted the three isolation rooms at Presbyterian Hospital to have “plenty of room” for patients who may be under observation for possible Ebola symptoms. Biocontainment Patients who test positive for the deadly virus will be transferred to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, or St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula, Montana, all of which have top-level biocontainment units, Jenkins said. STORY: British Hospitals Plan Ebola Drills Emory is caring for Presbyterian nurse Amber Vinson, and the National Institutes of Health clinic has admitted her colleague Nina Pham. As the officials work out patient transfer plans, more than 70 health workers continue to be monitored for potential Ebola contact. Selena GomezThe University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, about 50 miles south of Houston, also is available to treat any new Ebola patients that test positive in the immediate future, Jenkins said. Paul Reyes, a spokesman for UTMB, said the hospital hasn’t been asked to accept any new Ebola patients that might come from Dallas but has “every confidence our staff will be able to help.” VIDEO: More Dallas Ebola Cases `Real Possibility': Jenkins Too Flexible The NIH said in a statement today that it has no agreement to take patients from the Dallas hospital, adding that Pham’s transfer came at the request of the hospital. The other two infectious-disease centers Jenkins named did not immediately respond to requests for comment. The CDC is also planning to issue stricter Ebola guidelines to protect the nation’s medical workers after the caregivers infections in Dallas. The recommendations follow sharp criticism by some in Congress of existing CDC safety protocols. They increase attention to covering every bit of skin, safely donning and removing protective wear, and properly disposing of infected medical waste. STORY: Ebola Comes to the U.S.—and the CDC Is Ready for It “The original recommendations that we put out in August provided a lot of flexibility,” said Abbigail Tumpey, an associate director for communications science at the CDC, in an interview Klain’s Appointment Hospitals “in the past wanted to adapt to what they have locally,” Tumpey said in an interview at CDC headquarters. “What we found in Dallas is that some of that adaptation could lead to potential confusion. These new recommendations are going to be much more specific.” The new CDC guidelines are being prepared for release as President Barack Obama named former White House official Ron Klain to coordinate the U.S. response to Ebola amid rising public concern about his administration’s response. Klain, 53, a former chief of staff to Vice President Joe Biden, received the assignment after the CDC was criticized at a congressional hearing over its handling of the Ebola cases. Selena GomezSTORY: A Texas College Rejects Nigerians Over Ebola Concerns Concerns about prevention protocols arose after National Nurses United, a labor union, said Presbyterian Hospital supplied safety suits with exposed necks, and sent Duncan’s lab specimens through the system without being specially sealed. The group also said the hospital left Duncan for hours in an area with other patients. Patient Moved CDC guidelines were followed in Duncan’s case and the nurses’ group’s assertions “do not reflect actual facts,” the hospital has said. “At no time did Mr. Duncan’s specimens leak or spill - either from their bag or their carrier - into the tube system,” an Oct. 16 hospital statement said. Criticism of the CDC grew further after Vinson, one of the nurses, went to the hospital this week with a fever the day after taking an airline flight, and was found to be infected. She has been moved to the specialized isolation unit at Emory. Her trip to Cleveland after Duncan died has touched off widespread precautions and efforts to contact and monitor those she may have been near. Here you can view and download Selena Gomez. This being HD wallpaper of Selena Gomez, you can set as wallpaper on your desktop computer or laptop Selena Gomez. 3D HD wallpapers for Selena Gomez can also be used for graphical purposes. All wallpapers here posted are HD. 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