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What you need to know about Ebola

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT EBOLA 6 FAST FACTS ABOUT EBOLA THE FIRST OUTBREAKS OCCURRED IN FROM THE EXTENDED FAMILY OF CENTRAL AFRICA 4. FILOVIRIDAE NEAR TROPICAL RAINFORESTS WHICH ALSO INCLUDES THE DEADLY MARBURG VIRUS NO LICENSED 6 EBOLA HAS ONLY 20 7 CODING GENES VACCINES WHILE HUMANS BUT 2 POTENTIAL CANDIDATES HAVE 20,000 AT THE TIME OF DEATH, A PATIENT CAN HAVE ARE UNDERGOING EVALUATION INFECTION OCCURS FROM DIRECT CONTACT 1 BILLION THROUGH BROKEN SKIN/MUCOUS MEMBRANES COPIES OF THE VIRUS IN WITH THE BLOOD/BODILY FLUIDS/SECRETIONS 1 CUBIC CM OF BLOOD (STOOL, URINE, SALIVA, SEMEN) OF INFECTED PEOPLE THE EBOLA EPIDEMIC 2A TOTAL OF 14,413 CONFIRMED, PROBABLE, & SUSPECTED CASES OF EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE (EVD) HAVE BEEN REPORTED IN 6 AFFECTED COUNTRES (GUINEA, LIBERIA, MALI, SIERRA LEONE, SPAIN, & THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA) & 2 PREVIOUSLY AFFECTED COUNTRIES (NIGERIA, SENEGAL) SENEGAL U.S.A. 1 CASE 4 CASES O DEATHS 1 DEATH SPAIN G√úNINEA 1919 CASES 1 CASE O DEATHS 1166 DEATHS SIERRA LEONE 5586 CASES 1187 DEATHS LIBERIA 6878 CASES 2812 DEATHS NIGERIA MALI 20 CASES 4 CASES 8 DEATHS 3 DEATHS SYMPTOMS THE INCUBATION PERIOD (THE TIME INTERVAL FROM INFECTION WITH THE VIRUS TO ONSET OF SYMPTOMS) IS BETWEEN 2 TO 21 DAYS. IMPAIRED LIVER & FEVER ELEVATED LIVER ENZYMES LOW FATIGUE WHITE BLOOD CELL & PLATELET COUNTS IMPAIRED KIDNEY FUNCTION HEADACHES BLEEDING FROM VOMITTING & THE GUMS DIARRHOEA PREVENTION & CONTROL REDUCE CONTACT WITH INFECTED REDUCE CONTACT WITH PROPER & SAFE FRUIT BATS/ PRIMATES SYMPTOMATIC INDIVIDUALS BURIAL IDENTIFYING PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN IN CONTACT AND NOT CONSUMING THEIR RAW MEAT PARTICULARLY WITH THEIR BODILY FLUIDS WITH SOMEONE INFECTED WITH EBOLA & MONITORING THE HEALTH OF CONTACTS FOR 21 DAYS 4. ANIMALS SHOULD BE HANDLED WITH PATIENTS SHOULD BE HANDLED WITH GLOVES & PROTECTIVE GLOVES & PROTECTIVE CLOTHING CLOTHING & ANIMAL PRODUCTS & REGULAR HAND WASHING IS REQUIRED AFTER VISTING PATIENTS IN HOSPITALS SHOULD BE THOROUGHLY COOKED BEFORE CONSUMPTION Source | Data and information from WHO.int | Figures are correct as of 14 November 2014 | Figures are correct as of 11 November 2014. There were 5,177 cases of reported deaths. 1 No part of this content may be reproduced, published, distributed, displayed, performed, copied or stored for public or private use in any information retrieval system, or transmitted in any form by any mechanical, photographic or electronic process, including electronically or digitally on the Internet or World Wide Web, or over any network, VOXELMLL or local area network, without written permission of VoxelMill Design & the Author. DESIGN

What you need to know about Ebola

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Medical infographics about the Ebola epidemic and an overview of the preventive measures

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