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Episode 15: How to construct an emergency Ebola isolation room in your own home after the hospitals are overrun by the Health Ranger Mike Adams
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  • Hospitals won't be functional in an Ebola outbreak
  • Myth busted: Ebola is now spreading in the best hospitals in the world
  • Ideally, you need level-4 biohazard equipment to deal with Ebola patients
  • Indirect transmission of Ebola is now confirmed
  • You have to take Ebola transmission seriously; do not underestimate its ability to spread
  • Isolation strategies for your own home
  • Plan on medical martial law and being ordered to "shelter in place" in your own home
  • How to handle an infected family member or guest
  • Acquire a large quantity of plastic sheeting or shower curtains
  • Cover the entryway of the isolation room with plastic sheeting
  • Anyone entering the room must be wearing full protective gear, full-face respirator, gloves, full body suit, shoe covers, with all joints taped to seal the gaps
  • Ideally, you would have a positive-pressure space suit, but nobody has these at home
  • Assume that every surface and object in the room is contaminated
  • Have a protocol for sanitizing contaminated items removed from the room
  • What kills Ebola? Sunlight and bleach!
  • A "decon" person also needs to be wearing protective gear while scrubbing and rising the first person
  • Remember the ventilation pathways of your home: Air is likely being injected into the room, causing contaminated air to leave the room under the door
  • Air leaving the isolation room can carry aerosolized Ebola particles
  • Use a HEPA filter to filter particles from the air in the isolation room
  • Off-the-shelf ultraviolet lights might be helpful but are likely not strong enough to kill Ebola virus in any reasonable amount of time
  • Consider the bathroom needs of the person in the isolation room: Do they have their own private bathroom? If not, you will need to remove feces and urine from the room manually (and consider both to be heavily contaminated)
  • If you have to flush contaminated fluids down the toilet, follow it with bleach as a disinfectant
  • Tips on giving supportive care to an Ebola patient: hydration, environmental controls, sufficient sleep, nutrition, etc.
  • Respect the choices of your patient; don't force them to consume foods or supplements that they don't want to
  • Don't forget the mental and psychological support needed for someone in isolation
  • Be prepared for "bargaining" from the patient in isolation
  • Give them things to pass the time: books, videos, etc.
  • Get them reason to hope and something to look forward to after the quarantine
  • Multiple isolation rooms in the same home
  • Do the best you can with what you have
  • Plan in advance for at-home isolation rooms
  • Count on a police state response with forced vaccinations and isolation orders

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