ER doctor discusses role in Ebola patient’s initial misdiagnosis
Dallas Morning News
By Reese Dunklin and Steve Thompson
Dr. Joseph Howard Meier was well into his overnight ER shift when he first saw the patient.
The man complained of a headache and abdominal pain. Meier looked him over, checked his vital signs and ordered tests. After a few hours, Meier diagnosed him with sinusitis, prescribed antibiotics and sent him home.
That night at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas would become part of U.S. medical history.
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