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Putting on and taking off a biohazard suit — the protective armor in the battle against Ebola — is no simple task, as Audrey Rangel, MIPH, RN, learned during 10 days of intensive training at a hospital in Liberia. A coworker must be present to make sure the suit is not damaged or improperly donned or removed. There are inner gloves, outer gloves, a gown, an apron, a mask and goggles. When removing the suits, workers are sprayed with chlorinated water at all steps. Nurses write each other’s names on their hoods because that’s the only way they’ll know who’s who under the layers.
“The whole process takes about 10 minutes to get it on and 15 minutes to get it off,” said Rangel, who recently responded to a call for nurses to work in West Africa in response to the Ebola crisis. “They don’t want anything touching your skin.”
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