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Frank M. Tejeda Texas State Veterans Home, 200 Veterans Dr, Floresville, TX 78114, USA

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Latest report: April 19, 2020 12:00 PM
Patients at veterans home have tested positive for COVID -19, Frank M. Tejeda Texas State Veterans Home, 200 Veterans Dr, Floresville, TX 78114, USA

Patients at veterans home have tested positive for COVID -19

April 19, 2020 12:00 PM

“The Frank M. Tejeda Veterans Home is experiencing an outbreak of COVID-19 as eight patients have now tested positive. Of the eight positive patients, one has died.

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When did you first feel sick- and what symptoms did ... See Moreyou have at that time?

User:
I first felt it five days ago, upon waking up. I feel like I had head pain, some sort of fever feel, my brain wasn't quite clicking as sharply as it normally does then on that first day I started having sporadic body pains around my back and my kidneys maybe around my liver area. But it was mostly the head and that really progressed through the next day where I had a throbbing headache, and this is very strange for me, as I never have headaches. Growing up I just never really had headaches, so for me to get that was kind of alarming in and of itself, and at the same time to know that there's this outbreak going on around the country with coronavirus. It was pretty scary. But, again it was hard to predict or understand, it could have been the flu could have been a cold. I wasn't sure early on those first couple days of what I had because I didn't I didn't have the symptoms that they were specifying on the CDC portal which was cough, shortness of breath and a fever. So although I felt like I had a fever I wasn't running a temperature. I didn't have a cough and I did not have a problem with breathing. In fact, I was still working out, running and had no physical debilitation, it was just more or less a roller coaster ride of pain, pain throughout my body.

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It’s a good question, I've actually never had the flu. So it's tough to compare. I would imagine that may be similar, you know, it's not terrible, but it’s not good, it’s a bad feeling, it’s constant discomfort, it does go up and down, you know, sometimes I feel better than others, but, to answer your first question I’d say the pain peaked on the second night, but not by much, it's still there. I've improved largely but I still feel bad. I don't feel the energy to do a lot of things, you know, I'm trying to do some things on my computer, but the focus isn't there. I think there's also some anxiety that comes along with the unknown of where's this thing going and what's going on but, five days in Patrick. I'm still not in good shape.

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Yeah, so I had just come back from Europe and I think there is a direct correlation to that and the virus, and I think that's where I picked it up because the day after I got back is the day that I first started having symptoms

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What is your message to people concerned about coronavirus?

User:
Yeah, I think if you're at risk you really need to try to stay at home as much as possible. If you're out, wear a mask, I know the mask won’t prevent it. But again, I'm pretty confident that most people are getting this through the air so it would limit the amount of particles going in your lungs. But again, if you're at risk, I think you gotta stay home as long as possible because in the event that this thing turns out to be seasonal, meaning like similar flu’s they tend to die off in warmer temperatures, we are only a couple months away so people who are at risk can do that, then need to, and then for people who aren’t at risk they need to be careful about who they're interacting with because this virus can be contagious from a person who doesn’t have symptoms or you can be contagious and the symptoms take 5 to 10 days to show up, in the meantime, you could have interacted with your grandmother your grandfather and got them sick. So I know it's a very difficult thing to ask or to say but people are going to have to think outside the box. You got to think ten steps ahead because like me, you know, I went on a trip to Europe thinking oh, well, I'm going to part of Europe that was not really infected I'm young, I'm not worried about it and that turned out to be a mistake. You know, I think you've just got to be very disciplined. If you care about people if you're concerned. You got to stay away from public gatherings. You have got to wear masks and you gotta stay out of confined area spaces as much as possible because either it's going to be you or it's going to be someone else that you know, that could get impacted by this in a bad way.

SafelyHQ:
Thank you so much for sharing. Really appreciate it. We wish you all the best and getting it over this really fast.

User:
Well, thank you very much Patrick, and I'll keep you informed as things progressed.
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Recall de ... See Moretails: Braun Medical Inc. (B. Braun) is voluntarily recalling one (1) lot of 2g Ceftazidime for Injection USP (2g) and Dextrose for Injection USP (50 ml) in Duplex® Container to the hospital/user level.. During stability testing of Batch H8J812, test results were found to exceed the specification limits for High Molecular Weight Polymers (HMWP) at the nineteen (19) month [82 week] stability interval. Elevated levels of High Molecular Weight Polymers have been shown to cause kidney damage and liver issues in animal studies. While the impact of HMWP in humans is unknown, B. Braun is initiating this voluntary recall out of an abundance of caution to prevent any risks of adverse reactions due to the elevated HMWP levels.

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“Company name: CME America
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Reason of the recall: pumps may not deliver fluid at the accuracy specified in the instructions for use and infusion sets may under-deliver fluids
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Recall ... See Moredetails: CME America, a wholly owned subsidiary of BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company), a leading global medical technology company, today issued the following update regarding two previously announced voluntary recalls, one related to all models of CMEAmerica BodyGuard® infusion pumps (FDA Recall Number: Z-1474-2020) and the other related to one of the device's infusion sets (FDA Recall Number: Z-1442-2020). Both previously announced recalls have now been designated as Class I recalls by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which means the FDA believes that there is a reasonable probability that use of the recalled product(s) will cause serious adverse health consequences or death.

CME America previously notified customers affected by each recall and provided guidance on the potential impact to device performance when the affected products were used. Today, the company has issued an updated customer letter with additional guidance and to inform customers of the decision to suspend distribution of the BodyGuard® infusion pump system and to remove all existing products from the U.S. market.

The following is a summary of each individual product recall details:

CMEAmerica BodyGuard® Infusion Pump Recall

Details On Jan. 6, 2020, the company initiated a voluntary recall to notify customers of certain scenarios where pumps may not deliver fluid at the accuracy specified in the instructions for use that could result in a slower than expected delivery of medication (under-infusion), and/or faster than expected delivery of medication (over-infusion). Results indicate that pumps may have a delivery inaccuracy of up to ~13%. To date, no reports of patient injury has been received related to this previously announced voluntary recall. CME America has assessed the potential risks associated with the issues outlined in the initial voluntary recall and determined that the BodyGuard® infusion pump may continue to be used in certain situations in accordance with the Operator's Manual and the additional mitigations outlined in the updated customer letter until the pumps have been removed from the market.

To ensure customers retain access to critical medical equipment, particularly as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve in the United States, CME America will implement a phased market removal and will continue to support the following activities in order to help limit clinical disruption and maintain patient focus during the COVID-19 pandemic: Use of products in the field in accordance with the Operator's Manual and the additional mitigations outlined in the updated customer letter; Product service and repair activities at CME America and Authorized Service Depots; and Supply of infusion sets and accessories to support the infusion pumps remaining in the field.

The BodyGuard® infusion pump is designed to deliver fluids or medications into a patient's body in controlled amounts. The pump administers fluids through an infusion tubing set into a patient's vein or through other cleared routes of administration. The system is intended for patients who require maintenance medications, PCA therapy, parenteral nutritional fluids, and general IV fluid therapy in hospital and home care environments. Typical applications for the BodyGuard® infusion pumps include but are not limited to chemotherapy, pain management, TPN, enteral nutrition fluids and antibiotics.

The recall and market removal affect approximately 28,400 devices, including all models of BodyGuard® infusion pumps listed below. These devices are primarily used in outpatient settings.
- BodyGuard 121
- BodyGuard 323
- BodyGuard 545*
- BodyGuard 575*
- BodyGuard 545 ColorVision
- BodyGuard 575 ColorVision
- CMExpress

*Note: These two pump models were inadvertently left out of the initial customer notification

CMEAmerica BodyGuard® Microset Infusion Set Recall

Details On Sept. 16, 2019, the company initiated a voluntary recall to notify customers that certain lots of BodyGuard® Microset infusion sets, when used with the BodyGuard® infusion pump, may under-deliver fluids up to 50% at the highest flow rates. At the time of the recall, CME America informed customers in the recall announcement to discard all remaining inventory of the infusion sets (Catalog #A120-003XYVA) and committed to reimbursing impacted customers. To date, no reports of patient injury has been received related to this previously announced voluntary recall. CME America immediately stopped shipments of the affected infusion sets. This FDA classification does not change the previous guidance provided in the company's September recall announcement to customers. Affected products include:

CMEAmerica BodyGuard® Microset, Catalog #A120-003XYVA.

This recall is being conducted with the knowledge of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Check the full recall details on fda.gov

Source: FDA
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