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    Saturday, November 16, 2013

    Management of neurosurgical instruments and patients exposed to creutzfeldt-jakob disease 2013 December

    Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol.

    http://creutzfeldt-jakob-disease.blo...struments.html


    kind regards,
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    From: Terry S. Singeltary Sr.
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    Subject: Re: [BSE-L] Management of neurosurgical instruments and patients exposed to creutzfeldt-jakob disease 2013 Dec

    Greetings,


    I sure would like to have been able to make a comment on this article.


    > In 12 of 15 hospitals with neurosurgical incidents, a decision was made to notify patients of their potential exposure.

    http://www.jstor.org/discover/10.108...21102971659573


    so let’s ponder this shall we.


    SO, X number of patients, from 3 hospitals, where

    ''exposure to potentially CJD-contaminated instruments ''

    took place on these patients, the final decision not to tell those folks about the potential exposure to the CJD TSE prion

    ''In 12 of 15 hospitals with neurosurgical incidents, a decision was made to notify patients of their potential exposure.''

    was based on what $

    thus, that fool hearted decision, only to avoid any potential litigation from any potential negligence from these 3 hospitals, by making the decision not to tell X number of patients that they had been exposed (potentially;-(likely) to the CJD TSE prion agent, will only (potentially) help spread the CJD TSE prion agent further through these hospitals, and on down the road for decades to come, not only in these 3 hospitals, but any county, state, country, that any patient that had been one of these victims of ‘potential’ iatrogenic negligence, came from, and then _went back too_, via any surgical/dental/blood/tissue medical work on said victims of said potential negligence from these 3 hospitals out of the 15 neurosurgical hospitals.

    there should be a law where these hospital incidents of exposure to the TSE prion disease (or any other disease), especially due to the nature of this pathogen TSE prion, should be made mandatory to report, not only to officials, but to victims exposed as well.

    that's why for almost 16 years I been screaming for mandatory CJD TSE prion reporting, in every state and internationally, with a mandatory CJD TSE prion disease questionnaire, asking real questions pertaining to route and source of the CJD TSE prion agent, due to the iatrogenic ramifications for decades to come i.e. the pass it forward mode of the CJD TSE prion aka mad cow type disease. this is a perfect example (these 3 negligent hospitals), of why iatrogenic CJD TSE prion disease, will stay sporadic CJD. all iatrogenic CJD is, is sporadic CJD, until the iatrogenic event that took place is confirmed, documented, route and source of the iatrogenic event is documented and confirmed, and put in academic literature, and then, really, it should also be put in the public domain, so the public can help stop the spreading of the CJD TSE prion, because the public works in the medical field, where iatrogenic CJD TSE prion events take place. ...


    Thursday, May 17, 2012

    Iatrogenic Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease, Final Assessment

    Volume 18, Number 6—June 2012

    http://transmissiblespongiformenceph...b-disease.html



    sadly, iatrogenic CJD TSE prion disease is not, and never has been, so _final_, after all. again, I cannot stress with assessing the TSE prion, never say never. ...


    just my take. ...


    kind regards,
    terry


    Terry S. Singeltary Sr.
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