General Purpose: (To inform about Ebola) August 21st, 2014, Saah Exco, a 10-year-old boy found on the beach abandoned, sick and all alone. This is just one case.
Specific Purpose: The harmful effects Ebola has on the body are deadly, it is estimated this virus has affected 3.800 people in West Africa and around 2,300 have died so far from it.
Today I am going to explain the symptoms/transmission, diagnosis, and what health officials do to prevent this virus from spreading, as well as what we can do.
Main Point 1: Symptoms/Transmission
A. 2-21 days symptoms appear/ World Health Organization, Ebola virus has a case fatality rate of up to 90%
B. All the symptoms
C. Transmitted from direct contact with bodily fluids/animals Main Point 2: Diagnosis/Treatment Now that I have explained the symptoms and transmission of this virus, I will now explain the diagnosis and treatment of Ebola.
A. Physical exam, lab tests of different stages- explanations
B. no vaccine
Main Point 3: Prevention – (Health care officials are at huge risk when caring for personnel with Ebola, the prevention measures will be discussed next.)
A. Barriers used
B. Limiting travel
I. I hope that I have provided you more knowledge about Ebola now that I’ve explained symptoms, diagnosis, and prevention.
II. With all the numbers of people who have Ebola, the real question is what is the REAL number of Ebola cases that exists today?
August 21st, 2014, Saah Exco, a 10-year-old Liberian boy found on the beach in Liberia abandoned, sick, and all alone. No one could take care of him as his parents both passed bc of suspected having Ebola, and people in the community were scared to care for him and catch it if he did have it. Just a few days before, protestors overran the treatment facility he was in, leaving all patients to not have anyone to care for them. Ebola, a deadly virus, has affected...
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