Nicole Mayer-Hamblett.

Frank J. Accurso, M.D ., Steven M. Rowe, M.D., J.P. Clancy, M.D., Michael P. Boyle, M.D., Jordan M. Dunitz, M.D., Peter R. Durie, M.D., Scott D. Sagel, M.D., Douglas B. Hornick, M.D., Michael W. Konstan, M.D., Scott H. Donaldson, M.D., Richard B. Moss, M.D., Joseph M. Pilewski, M.D., Ronald C. Rubenstein, M.D., Ph.D., Ahmet Z. Uluer, D.O., Moira L. Aitken, M.D., Steven D. Freedman, M.D., Ph.D., Lynn M. Rose, Ph.D., Nicole Mayer-Hamblett, Ph.D., Qunming Dong, Ph.D., Jiuhong Zha, Ph.D., Anne J. Stone, B.A., Eric R.

2, occurred at Doernbecher Children’s Medical center in Portland, Oregon. Ireland, who had just turned 12 years old, had been admitted to the hospital after falling at college, hitting her mind and losing consciousness. Physicians had apparently attached electrodes to Ireland’s scalp in order to carry out an EEG exam, which are occasionally removed using olive oil. After Ireland’s electrodes were removed, essential olive oil was still present in her hair, as well as on her behalf shirt. She have been exposed to generous amounts of alcohol-based hand sanitizer also, which was on her hands and arms. And at just the incorrect time, as young Ireland was reportedly rubbing her foot on her behalf bed sheets to test out static electricity, she suddenly ignited on fire, which ended up burning up 19 % of her body.