This program is about 1 hour long
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper, Elizabeth Cohen) The medical condition of Dallas nurse Nina Pham, who contracted Ebola from patient Thomas Duncan, who died, Pham's blood transfusion discussed; Pham's statement quoted.
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) An earlier interview held with CDC director Dr. Tom Frieden about the Dallas Ebola story. [FRIEDEN - says we are not sure how Pham became infected; explains new CDC on-site procedures.]
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Dallas: Sanjay Gupta) Yesterday's report on the process of suiting up according to CDC protocols & then taking off the suit re-presented; scenes shown of ways for possible exposure.
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Dr. Gupta & former CDC disease detective Seema Yasmin about Ebola. [GUPTA - comments on the process of covering up the skin in the manner in which Doctors Without Borders prepare.] [YASMIN - comments on infection control at the Dallas hospital.]
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper; Atlanta: Drew Griffin) The limits of the "beds" available at the four national bio-containment units, the changing CDC policies, how hospitals do not know they are ready to handle Ebola after what happened at the Dallas hospital discussed.
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with University of Texas school of public health Dr. Joseph McCormick about Ebola treatment procedures. [McCORMICK - comments on the flaws in the Dallas hospital, which did not seem to have any protocols in the hospital & what we did procedure-wise in treating Lhasa fever in Africa.]
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper; Atlanta: Sanjay Gupta) What the nurses' group is saying about how the treatment of Ebola patient Thomas Duncan was handled at the Texas hospital with examples from the anonymous nurses quoted discussed.
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) The new developments in the Ebola story, including the interest in Nina Pham's dog, noted.
(Dallas; Gary Tuchman) The concerns in Dallas about the Ebola virus examined; scenes shown from an urgent care clinic. [Urgent care physician Dr. Thomas McELYA - comments on patient interest in Ebola.] [One Source Medical Solutions Jennifer WILSON@- comments on the interest by everyday people in medical gear.] The anxiety in Dallas about this Ebola story discussed.
(Dallas: Anderson Cooper) What is happening to Nina Pham's dog updated; photos shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Randi Kaye) The earthquake special discussed.