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Written By Hanny & Melissa on Monday, April 29, 2019 | Monday, April 29, 2019

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A deadly viral infection that can cause fever, diarrhea, and bleeding in the body of the sufferer, is called Ebola.

From Ebola disease, only 10% of patients survive the virus infection, but this disease is rare. Until now there have not been found cases of Ebola in Indonesian.

However, caution and prevention measures against diseases that are endemic to the African continent still need to be done. One way is to maintain cleanliness and apply a healthy lifestyle every day.

Ebola & Transmission...

The spread of the Ebola virus is indicated by the interaction between humans and infected animals, such as bats, monkeys, or chimpanzees.

Since then, transmission of the virus has begun to occur between humans. The patient's blood or body fluids can enter the body of another person through skin wounds or the lining of the nose, mouth and rectum. The body fluids in question are saliva, vomiting, sweat, breast milk, urine, feces, and semen.

The Ebola virus can also be transmitted through contact with objects that have been contaminated by the patient's body fluids, such as clothing, sheets, bandages and syringes.

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However, Ebola is not transmitted by air, or through mosquito bites. Ebola sufferers also cannot transmit the virus to other people until symptoms of the disease appear. Some of the factors that make a person at risk of developing the Ebola virus include:

1. Traveling to a country that has Ebola problems

- Travel to countries that have Ebola problems such as Sudan, Congo, Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone.

2. Medical staff.

- Medical staff are at risk of infection, if they do not use protective clothing when treating Ebola patients.

3. Family members at home with sufferers.

- Family members who live in the same house as the patient are at risk of contracting when treating the sufferer

4. Animal research.

- Animal researchers are at risk of being infected with the Ebola virus, especially when conducting research on primates imported from Africa.

5. Preparing for the funeral of Ebola victims.

- The bodies of Ebola sufferers are still at risk of transmitting. The funeral process should be left to parties who have been specially trained to deal with the bodies of Ebola sufferers.

Ebola & Symptoms...

Early symptoms of Ebola are fever, headache, chills, muscle and joint pain, and the body feels weak.

These initial symptoms appear within 2-21 days after contact with the patient. Over time, the symptoms that are felt will get worse, including:

1. The appearance of a skin rash.

2. Red eyes.

3. Sore throat.

4. Chest pain.

5. Heartburn.

6. Nausea and vomiting.

7. Diarrhea, can be accompanied by blood.

8. Body weight drops dramatically.

9. Exit blood through the mouth, nose, eyes, or ears.

The Ebola virus is thought to occur very quickly and deadly. If you or family members experience these symptoms, immediately visit the nearest hospital for an examination and get further treatment by the medical staff.

Ebola & Research...

Ebola is a disease that is difficult to detect because symptoms that appear are almost similar to other infectious diseases, such as flu, malaria or typhus.

In diagnosing Ebola, the doctor will do a blood test to detect antibodies formed by the body in response to the Ebola virus.

A blood test is also performed to see the body functions that are affected by Ebola, such as blood cell count, liver function, blood clotting function.

If allegedly infected with the Ebola virus, then the person concerned will undergo intensive treatment in the hospital isolation room. This is certainly to prevent further spread of the virus. May we be in good health ...

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