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Copy of Ebola
Transcript of Copy of Ebola
Many facets interact
Ebola in Humans
Fever / chills
No treatments or vaccines
Supportive treatments only
Individual approaches from each discipline
Increase knowledge of the the virus
Cure and treat
Transmission and human/animal interaction
Quell and prevent epidemics
How all the others interact
All disciplines need to work together and interact so that a cure and treatment can be found and a balance achieved
What is Ebola?
Ebola Virus Disease (EVD)
a.k.a Hemorrhagic Fever
Affects liver and GI tract
Prolonged clotting times
Extremely high virility
50-90% Mortality Rate
4000 confirmed cases
Human to human via body secretions
Blood, semen, breast milk, and any body tissues
Post-mortem transmission possible
Easily prevented with standard precautions
Virus reservoir thought to be fruit bats
Aerosol transmission shown in some studies
Currently Endemic in West Africa.
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