The American Nurses Association has requested the CDC to provide clear and concise guidelines when nurses have to tend to Ebola patients. In view of this and the demands from many Americans and organizations, especially after two Dallas nurses contracted the disease, the CDC has provided stricter rules for the care of contagious disease patients. The guidelines call for medical staff to wear full body garb and hoods, initiating stringent rules for removal of possibly contaminated equipment and through disinfection of a their hands. In addition, there will be a backup person, called a site manager who will coordinate and supervise the dressing of the body garb as well as its removal.
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