Bringing the professionals who design together.

Attendees had the opportunity to explore facility style and management best practices and new technologies, in addition to network and exchange information with 200 companies about the exhibit show floor almost . Bringing the professionals who design together, plan, manage and construct healthcare facilities, HFSE uses expert classes and features focused on major styles and issues at the forefront of the market to help educate their attendees and maintain them tapped into the latest information impacting their services and businesses. Also on display for the next year was the popular Green Patient Lab 3.0 exhibit, which demonstrated how sustainable products and green practices could possibly be incorporated into facility design to not only protect the surroundings, but benefit patients, individual and staff families aswell.

Recreation area, Ph.D., Nathan L. Yozwiak, Ph.D., Pan-Pan Jiang, Ph.D., David Kargbo, Simbirie Jalloh, Mbalu Fonnie, R.N., Vandi Sinnah, Issa French, Alice Kovoma, Fatima K. Kamara, R.N., Veronica Tucker, Edwin Konuwa, R.N., Josephine Sellu, R.N., Ibrahim Mustapha, Momoh Foday, Mohamed Yillah, Franklyn Kanneh, Sidiki Saffa, James L.B. Massally, Matt L. Boisen, Luis M. Branco, Ph.D., Mohamed A. Vandi, M.B., Ch.B., Donald S. Grant, M.B., Ch.B., Christian Happi, Ph.D., Sahr M. Gevao, M.B., Ch.B., Thomas E. Fletcher, M.D., Robert A. Fowler, M.D., Daniel G. Bausch, M.D., M.P.H.T.M., Pardis C. Sabeti, M.D., D.Phil., S. Humarr Khan, M.B., Ch.B., and Robert F. Garry, Ph.D. For the KGH Lassa Fever Program, the Viral Hemorrhagic Fever Consortium, and the WHO Clinical Response Team: Clinical Disease and Outcomes in Patients with Ebola in Sierra Leone The largest and most widespread outbreak of Ebola virus disease continues to spread through West Africa, with an increase of than 10,100 cases reported in Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Senegal, Nigeria, as of October 25 and Mali, 2014.1 The chance of global spread of the condition was understood recently with the analysis of EVD in individuals in the United States and Spain.3,4 Sequence analyses indicated that the West African variant of Ebola virus diverged from Middle African lineages around ten years ago.5 Genetic similarity across the 2014 samples suggests an individual introduction from an animal reservoir, with human-to-human transmission sustaining the outbreak.