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My Ebola Project

An amazing science project, all about the bad disease of Ebola!
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Dj Nukeum

on 13 April 2011

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Transcript of My Ebola Project

Ebola
(Hemorrhagic Fever) Causes Different Causes Animals native to Africa
Also rodents and arthropods

Spreads through direct contact with:
Blood
Secretions
Objects (ie. gloves, needles) Other Causes:
Building Without Proper Clothing Symptoms May sometimes cause:
Rashes
Red Eyes
Hiccups
Eternal Bleeding Incubation period:
Ranges from 2 days to 21 days.
(Starts immediately when process starts.)


Normal Symptoms:
Fevers
Headaches
Joint + Muscles Aches
Soar Throats
Weakness/Fatigue
Stomach Pain Treatment First:
Isolate infected person. Suppotive Therapy Helps You:
Balance Fluids and Electrolytes
Maintain Oxygen Status
Stabalize Blood Pressure


Also checked for:
Other infections that proceed Supportive Therapy Preventitive Measures Treatment Care Always Wear Infection-control Gear.

This Includes:
Masks
Gloves
Gowns
Goggles
More Preventative Measure
Other Interesting Information Family of Filoviridae
Genus: Ebolavirus

Zoonotic Virus

Morality rates: 50%-90%

Causes serious pain!

This is NOT a disease you would want to catch! No standard treatment
Cared by supprotive therapy Avoid Contact with Infected Blood + Secretons
Staralize Equipment
Keep Hygiene What is Ebola??? Four Families:
filoviruses
arenaviruses
flaviviruses
bunyaviruses
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