Monday, August 7, 2017

Meet the Planned Parenthood Abortionist Who Doesn’t Wash His Hands

By Cassy Fiano
Live Action News

Americans are constantly told that Planned Parenthood is the nation’s foremost provider for women’s health care. This, according to Planned Parenthood and its allies, includes abortion — which is purportedly a “vital” part of health care for women. But if all of this were true, then Planned Parenthood would ostensibly be hiring only the best abortionists in the country, people who were dedicated to providing safe care for women. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. Look no further than Planned Parenthood medical director David Eisenberg.''

Eisenberg is an associate professor of obsetrics and gynecology at Washington University, where his areas of interest are said to include “family planning and contraceptive counseling.” The word abortion is never used, but that’s what Eisenberg is: a Planned Parenthood abortionist. And he’s evidently a dangerous one.

A new inspection report from the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) shows numerous violations at the Reproductive Health Services Planned Parenthood in St. Louis from a health and safety inspection conducted on May 25. The facility was cited for failing to report abortion complications to the health department within 45 days as required by law, despite several complications occurring… including hemorrhage, infection, uterine perforation, and retained remains of aborted babies.

Dr. David Eisenberg
Other violations had to do with a lack of basic hygiene, as abortionists would do things like vaginal exams, cervical blocks, and laminaria removal, and did not wash their hands between glove changes. Other staffers were seen contaminating the sterile gloves before performing procedures, by doing things like handling their cell phones, scratching their noses, or putting their hands in their pockets, all while wearing gloves. 

Eisenberg, one of the facility’s abortionists and its medical director, “questioned if hand hygiene between glove changes was a new standard.”
Eisenberg, an associate professor at a well-respected university and a board-certified obstetrician-gynecologist, pretended as if he didn’t know that washing his hands was a required standard. It is, in fact, a long-running nationally recognized standard from organizations like the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization. 

The fact that Eisenberg, the facility’s medical director, played dumb and allowed a lack of hand hygiene to be endemic at this facility means that every single woman who received a procedure of any kind at the St. Louis Planned Parenthood could be at risk of infection. 

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