The deadly virus Ebola is killing thousands of innocent people worldwide, but there are some simple steps that are being taken to prevent this coming tide of deadly parasites Outbreaks
First two outbreaks
What is Ebola?
The Ebola virus in general
What is to blame?
Poor facilities are impart to blame
Poor governmental operation
Chimpanzees are the suspected hosts
Prevention and what it helping
Hospitals staffs are now better informed
(CDC) is helping
In 1976 the first two Ebola outbreaks were recorded. In Zaire and western Sudan five hundred and fifty people reported the horrible disease. Of the five hundred and fifty reported three hundred and forty innocent people died. Again in 1995 Ebola reportedly broke out in Zaire, this time infecting over two hundred and killing one hundred and sixty. Can Ebola make it to the U.S.? Well the answer to that question is yes. In fact it has, in 1989 in a rural town in Washington named Gabon. There a shipment of Philippine monkeys was received. It was later discovered that the shipments of monkeys were contaminated with the Ebola virus. The fortunate part is that this strain only infected monkeys and not humans. Ebola is part of a new rising viral infections, filo viruses, arena viruses, flaviruses, and bunya viruses are the viruses responsible for causing viral hemorrhagic fevers. All the forms of viral hemorrhagic fever begin with the fever and the muscle aches. These diseases usually progress until the patient becomes very ill with respiratory problems, severe bleeding, kidney malfunctions, and shock. The conclusions of the viral hemorrhagic fever can range from the mild illness to death. The Ebola virus spreads through the blood and is replicated in organs, including the liver, lymphatic organs, kidneys, ovaries and testes. The central lesions appear to be those affecting the vascular endothelium and the palates....
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