For management of our patients with Ebola, the team met the PPE standard by wearing a Tyvek suit (DuPont); gloves; and a hooded, powered, air-purifying respirator. Tyvek suits afford a high degree of splash protection, an important consideration in light of the copious bodily fluids involved in Ebola infection, which pose a serious risk for exposure. The hooded, powered, air-purifying respirator provided greater splash protection and was cooler and more comfortable to use. It averted eyewear fogging and prevented HCWs from inadvertently touching their face. Should the patients have suddenly required an aerosol-producing procedure, such as airway suctioning or endotracheal intubation, the team would have been properly protected. Although not strictly required, this approach was practical and allowed our HCWs to confidently focus on safely caring for and transporting these patients without needless anxiety and distraction.