Listen: Mccabe, New Jersey Department Of Health And Fox News discussed on Dr. Daliah
"Why they might have been exposed to HIV hepatitis B and hepatitis C. So we're looking at thousands of patients because that's a nine month span. They see an investigation by the New Jersey department of health revealed that during this time there were deficiencies in infection control in both our sterilization cleaning of instruments and the injection of medications may have expose patients to bloodborne pathogens like hepatitis B C H I V, I would throw syphilis in the next two guys. That's according to Betty, McCabe, the administrative the surgery center, she said on line statement at the time noting that no illness has been reported. But one of the women went under what testing and she tested positive. So she has been represented by tourneys. The woman said I've simply at a loss for words. She told Fox News. Never a million years that I think having shoulder surgery affect my life together. She said she was healthy before procedure. Never had hepatitis b before. So yes, there is a loss of. So the surgery said or did it up close enough September seventh reopened weeks later on September twenty eighth following the investigation at the time. New staff was hired all medical equipment and instruments were properly cleaned and repaired. See that was one of my biggest worries when I had a medical clinic is we have policies and procedures. We have management we hire good staff,"