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Animal researchers need not fear, the Ebola virus can still be prevented and controlled with supporting drugs

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

Each sufferer has a different immune system response to the Ebola virus or a virus that can be transmitted through animal studies imported from Africa.

Some sufferers can recover from Ebola without complications, but some may experience life-threatening conditions such as seizures, coma, severe bleeding, shock and failure of the functioning of organs. But you don't fear, even though it's deadly, this Ebola disease can also be prevented.

Ebola & Prevention...

Vaccines to prevent Ebola have not been found to date. The best way to prevent Ebola is not to travel to a country or region that has a history of Ebola.

But if you plan to travel to a country that has an Ebola case. There are a number of steps you can take to avoid being infected, including:

1. Keep hands clean by washing hands using water and soap, or alcohol-based hand sanitizers.

2. Avoid direct contact with people who have a fever and are thought to have symptoms of Ebola.

3. Avoid touching objects that have been contaminated with blood or body fluids of Ebola sufferers

4. Avoid direct contact with bats and primates that have the potential to transmit viruses, including blood, dirt, and meat.

5. Avoid hospitals where Ebola patients undergo treatment.

6. Immediately consult a doctor after returning from the area, to detect possible symptoms of Ebola.

Especially for medical professionals, there are several preventative measures that can be taken to minimize the risk of transmission of the Ebola virus, such as :

1. Use personal protective equipment, including protective clothing, masks, gloves, and eye protection, while being around Ebola sufferers.

2. Be careful when taking blood or body fluid samples, as well as placing an IV or catheter on

3. Always wash hands, especially after touching the patient or objects around the patient.

4. Immediately dispose of disposable medical equipment, such as syringes, to a designated place.

5. Avoid direct contact with the bodies of Ebola sufferers.

Ebola & its treatment...

As a treatment step, it only aims to control symptoms and help the patient's immune system fight viruses.

This is because, drugs to treat the Ebola virus have not been found to date. Some supporting treatment measures that can be taken, are:

1. Infusion of fluids to prevent dehydration.

2. Medication for high blood pressure to lower blood pressure.

3. Additional oxygen to maintain the flow of oxygen throughout the body.

4. Blood transfusion if there is less blood.

Furthermore, Ebola sufferers will undergo a recovery period for several months, until the virus disappears.

During the recovery period, sufferers will experience hair loss, jaundice, nerve disorders, excessive fatigue, and inflammation of the eyes and testicles.

Then to cure Ebola sufferers will depend on the immune system, the speed of treatment is done, and the response to treatment. Patients who recover, will be immune to the virus for about ten years. Have a good activity...

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