OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – It was assessed individually after Nebraska Medicine's potentially explosive ebola virus.
According to medical facilities, a 21-day follow-up period has been completed without the development of symptoms and the public is not at risk.
Individual facilities left on Saturday morning. They arrived at the facilities on the 29th of December.
The press release is full below.
He is very pleased with the fact that American healthcare provider has been monitored for exposure to Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Nebraska Medicine – Nebraska Medical Center Releases This person has not developed a potentially deadly disease and does not pose a risk to the public. This person, who asked for the privacy of the monitoring process, this morning left our installation and Omaha city.
"This person has completed a 21-day follow-up period and did not develop symptoms of the disease," said Ted Cieslak, MD, Nebraska Medicine and Associate Professor of Epidemiology at the Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) Health Center. "This individual was a symptom free during the control period, not determined by Ebola, so as to abandon our facilities and return home".
"We are very grateful to our trained staff with highly trained staff, national and regional leadership in this effort," said Jeffrey P. Gold, MD, UNMC Rector and Nebraska Omaha University. "This magnitude can successfully balance an operation, requires team view and coordination at various levels."
This effort is the beginning of the UNMC monitoring and training role for Nebraska Medical and its education and research partner, such as preparing possible exposures. UNMC will soon become the Center for the Health Center (Home Health Center), partly financed by the secretary of the secretariat for preparation and response (ASPR). The center will have a six-bed training unit for dogs and two independent quarantine units. The quarantine units have 20 negative forces, air pressure control rooms.
This person arrived at Omaha on the 29th of December. Federal, state, and regional public health officials coordinated the effort to monitor the Nebraska Medical Center. The individual was monitored in a secure area that is not accessible to the public or by the patient.
If the person has developed Ebola, the Nebraska Biocontention Unit should be transferred, three patients with Ebola treated in 2014. In 2015, others were monitored after the dangers, one of which was not developed.
The Nebraska Medical Center has dedicated several national biosciences units. African Ebola Stomacher Since 2000, Nebraska Medical and UNMC infectious disease experts have been leading the United States and other health care providers around the world to treat Evolutionary Infectious Diseases.