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Nina Pham The First American Texas Nurse Infected by Deadly Ebola Virus

Nina Pham The First American Texas Nurse Infected by Deadly Ebola Virus

Nina Pham is the daughter of Vietnamese immigrants and have been completed her graduation from Texas Christian University in 2010 with Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Currently she was working as a nurse at Dallas' Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital. Unfortunately 26-year-old Nina infected by deadly Ebola Virus and she is the first American who contract with Ebola Virus in US.

Nina Pham was the member of nursing team who had been treated Thomas Eric Duncan. Thomas Eric Duncan were a liberian man who brought the Ebola Virus in United States. He was diagnosed with Ebola last month. Duncan was also the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States but he was unlucky and died last week.

Dr Kent Brantly donated his blood on monday to Texas nurse Nina Pham for blood transfusion and after blood transfusion Pham's condition was described as 'clinically stable' on Tuesday morning.

Dr Kent Brantly donated his blood Before donated blood to Nina Pham Dr Brantly has already donated blood to an Ebola victim after medics discovered he had the same blood type as previous patient Dr Nick Sacra and NBC cameraman Ashoka Mukpo, who is still being treated.

In a press conference federal health officials on Monday requested the nation's hospitals to "think Ebola" and develop a detail strategy of procedures for treating Ebola infected patients, while the World Health Organization called the outbreak "the most severe, acute health emergency seen in modern times."

Public-health authorities also reinforce their monitoring of Dallas hospital workers who cared for a Liberian man Thomas Eric Duncan who died of due to Ebola. Their stepped-up efforts came a day after a 26-year-old nurse confirm infected by Ebola Virus.

Ebola screening of passengers arriving from three West African countries began at New York's JFK airport on Saturday. Medical teams equipped with temperature guns and questionnaires are monitoring arrivals from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone – countries at the centre of the Ebola outbreak. Screening at Newark Liberty, Washington Dulles, Chicago O’Hare and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta will begin later this week.

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