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Ebola

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on 19 December 2014

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Transcript of Ebola

Symptoms
The first few symptoms are very flu-like. There is first aching muscles,a small fever,and headaches. Then, followed by bloody vomit and diarrhea, high fevers, and passive behavior. Later, you start bleeding through your eyes,anus, nose and mouth and have unexplained bruising, leading onto brain damage. After this there are seizures,loss of conciosness, massive internal bleeding. This all eventually leads to death.
Causes
Ebola is caused by four different viruses. They are:
1) Ebola-Zaire virus
2) Ebola-Sudan virus
3) Ebola-Ivory Coast virus
4) Ebola-Bundibugyo

Definition
Ebola is Getting Worse
Ebola
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Prevention
Ebola
, (Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever EHF), is a fatal disease marked by a fever and severe internal bleeding spread through contact with infected body fluids. Ebola was discovered in 1976, adjacent to the Ebola river (now called the Democratic Republic of Congo).
Ebola in the PAST
2000-2001- Ebola first started in Uganda

2002- Ebola then moved to Gabon

2003- Ebola was then at the Republic of Congo

2004- Ebola then moved to South Sudan

2007- Ebola was in the Democratic Republic of Congo, also in Uganda

2008- Ebola was in Philippines

2011-2012- Ebola went back to Uganda

2014- Ebola came from West Africa and was finally brought into the United States from Liberia

2014- US-
October 23-New York
October 15-Georgia
October 10-Texas
September 30- Dallas,Texas






If you don't want Ebola you should stay away from:
hospitals containing Ebola patients
bats
non-human primates
other people's blood and body fluids

Having good hygene is also a good way to prevent getting Ebola
What is Ebola
Ebola-Zaire Virus
Ebola-Sudan Virus
To treat Ebola patients, doctors and nurses must wear this special gear:
Treatment for Ebola Patients
Doctors have started a treatment for Ebola patients

They first give the patients an IV (transmitting fluids to the patients) and then balance the body salt

The patients must maintain a calm oxygen status and blood pressure

Treating other small infections

Patients who have been cured from Ebola usually have vision and joint problems. They also develop antibodies that last for 10 years

People who recover from Ebola are more likely to get other Ebola viruses
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