Ebola virus symptoms and Prevention

      Ebola is the virus which creates more fear in people, the cause of a deadly explosion in West Africa. The World Health Organization confirmed more than 20,000 people are suffering of Ebola, Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone are the countries effected as of now More than 7,800 people have died due to ebola virus.  

Symptoms of ebola :

      When ebola enters ito a human body it causes five strains, and in which four of them can make people sick. After entering the body, it kills cells. It badly damages the immune system, causes heavy bleeding inside the body, and damages almost every organ. 

Sudden fever, feeling tired, muscle pains, headache, and sore throat are the symptoms of ebola.it causes vomiting, diarrhea, rash, and bruising or bleeding without an injury, like from the eyes or gums if the disease get worse.

How ebola attacks,
      The virus is fearable one, but it’s also rare. You can get it only from direct contact with an infected person’s body fluids.  Blood and vomit are the most infectious, urine, sweat, tears, and breast milk also carry it. Sitting near to an ebola effected person may also effect. Air, food, and water don’t carry the virus. But sharing food or a drink with someone who has Ebola could be a risk.

Medicines :
     There is no approved medicine to prevent Ebola. Scientists have tested some drugs on animals, which is to been to work. But the scientist doesn’t know how it will work on human body. Researchers are also studying about  two new vaccines which will prevent Ebola, but they still need to test them in more people to see if they work safely.

    Basic helps and supports which can given to the ebola attacked people : Maintain their blood pressure, give sufficient oxygen, Keep the person hydrated with fluids through an IV. Treat for any other infections they have.

Preventions :
      Wash your hands often. Avoid playing with  animals, like bats and monkeys.Avoid infected people, and the bodies of anyone who has died from the disease.


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