Ebola virus disease

        EbolaEbola is human disease called EVD (Ebola virus disease) and EHF(Ebola hemorrhagic fever) caused by Ebola virus.

 

Ebola Symptoms

In start feels that illness or flu after 2 days to 3 weeks of infection others includes in: –

  • with high fever

  • muscle pain

  • joints pain

  • sore throat

  • vomiting

  • headaches

  • pain in stomach

  • weakness

Ebola virus effects on liver function organs system and kidneys. People affected from Ebola disease begin to bleeding within body and externally and 90% of people killed who are infected.

 

Ebola Diagnosed?

Like other fever Malaria or Cholera Doctors may get blood and tissues tests from recognized laboratories to diagnose Ebola virus. 

Moreover take precaution isolate affected people from other people.

 

Ebola Treated?

There’s no cure for Ebola, though researchers are working on it. Treatment includes an experimental serum that destroys infected cells.

Doctors manage the symptoms of Ebola with:

  • Fluids and electrolytes

  • Oxygen

  • Blood pressure medication

  • Blood transfusions

  • Treatment for other infections

Prevent from Ebola

Till now there is no Vaccination to prevent Ebola. The best way to avoid catching the disease is by not traveling to areas where the virus is found.

Health care workers can prevent infection by wearing masks, gloves, and goggles whenever they come into contact with people who may have Ebola.

 

Ebola Facts

There are five types of Ebola virus. Four of them cause the disease in humans.

The Ebola virus first appeared during two 1976 outbreaks in Africa.

Ebola gets its name from the Ebola River, which is near one of the villages in the Democratic Republic of Congo where the disease first appeared.

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