alexa Introduction To Ebola Virus And Transmission | 22515
ISSN: 1948-593X

Journal of Bioanalysis & Biomedicine
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Munazza Sadaf, Samreen Begum and MS.Tasleem
Posters: J Bioanal Biomed
DOI: 10.4172/1948-593X.S1.014
Abstract
Ebola is a human and primates disease caused by Ebola virus originated in western Africa, which is spread through fruit bats which act as a host to Ebola virus. The virus is acquired by direct contact with bodily fluid of infected animals and humans such as urine, semen and saliva. Symptoms: Ebola initial stage symptoms After 2 days to 1 week of contracting the virus ? Fever ? Muscle Aches ? Nausea ? Diarrhoea Ebola advance stage symptoms After 2-3 weeks Ebola virus spreads throughout the body ? Impaired kidney and liver function ? Internal bleeding ? External bleeding And finally, ?DEATH?. Treatment: There is no treatment for Ebola virus yet with fatality rate of more than 90%. But the infected person should be immediately provided with medical assistance. Prevention: As we all know that prevention is better than cure, here are few steps to prevent Ebola ? Personal hygiene ? Use protective equipment to avoid direct contact with bodily fluid of infected animals and humans Conclusion: As already stated above there is no treatment for Ebola yet causing death to 90% of people Infected by the disease. Staying away from monkeys, bats, chimpanzees and baboons and also taking precaution in meeting with people infected with Ebola may help in reducing the disease.
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