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Ebola Outbreak-Prepared by Samid Razzak

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What is EBOLA virus? What is the recent outbreak about? How is it spreading? -These are a few questions asked by almost everybody in the world right now. To create awareness and give people all the basic knowledge needed to know about EBOLA outbreak, I have come up with this inforgraphic. Love it / Hate it but please let the people know! RAISE AWARENESS!

References and Source: WHO and CDC.

Publié dans : Santé & Médecine, Santé
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  • @Lianda Ludwig -Our best hope is to develop a vaccine that will prevent infection. =Agreed.
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  • The bottom line is- we will never be able to eradicate Ebola because it comes from people eating 'bush meat'. When you are hungry, you eat anything!

    So many people reject the notion that you can get Ebola from any
    method other than sharing body fluids. This is the propaganda that the government is using to lessen fear in the US.

    But people are not taking into consideration that sweat is also a body fluid. If someone touches another person's sweat (like left on a door knob) they can transfer it to themselves by then touching their face. Research shows that humans are constantly touching their face (mucus membrane in mouth, nose and eyes). Ebola is a HIGHLY contagious disease.

    Our best hope is to develop a vaccine that will prevent infection.
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Ebola Outbreak-Prepared by Samid Razzak

  1. 1. HISTORY 1 3 First encountered in Africa, 1976 Original host was batsin West and Central Africa 2014 Ebola epidemic is the LARGESTin history HOW CAN’T WE GET EBOLA? WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS? Fever Diarrhoea Headache 2 EBOLAOUTBREAK ThroughAIR ThroughWATER HOW CAN WE GET EBOLA? Touching the blood or body fluids of a person who is sick with or has died from Ebola. Touching contaminated objects, like needles. Touching infected fruit bats or primates (apes and monkeys). Vomiting Stomach Pain Weakness Joint /Muscle ache Lack of Appetite STOPPINGTHE EBOLA OUTBREAK Avoid Physical contact with Ebola patients- aliveor dead Washhands regularly with soap Handle animals with gloves/protective clothing Use gloves/avoid touching people showing symptoms Cookall animal bi products thoroughly Don’t forget to, 1 3 2 4 5 FACTSAND THE CURRENTSITUATION Ebola’s fatality rate is upto90%. Ebola virus is named after Ebola river, where the first outbreaks occurred in 1976. There is no yet proven treatment/vaccine for Ebola. It is one of the deadliest virus and gives the most painful death. Ebola’s presence have notbeen evidently found in Asia, yet. References: WHO & Centres for Disease, Control and Prevention(CDC). FIND and diagnose patients RESPOND Isolate patients; find and monitor patient contacts Healthcare infection control, safe burial practices. PREVENT

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