Many people want to know what the Ebola Virus looks like, so here’s a microscopic view of an Ebola virus strain.
The initial symptoms of the Ebola Virus are very similar to symptoms of a common cold. But after a couple days victims can start getting more severe symptoms including skin rashes like this.
It is important for people to be aware and informed about the Ebola Virus outbreak and for them to know about the symptoms of the virus.
People are trying to educate others and warn them about the virus.
Ebola Virus awareness is extremely important in helping stop the spread of the virus.
Educating people about what causes the virus and how it spreads is very important. Ebola is most commonly spread through bodily fluids and it can even spread after death.
Good hygiene and thoroughly washing your body aids in prevention of contracting the Ebola Virus.
Here are some people being tested for the Ebola Virus.
Catching the virus early gives people a chance at survival.
All caregivers can really do is give patients saline and fever reducing medicines while their bodies try to ward off the effects of the disease.
If the Ebola Virus is detected a quarantine usually ensues.
Once the later stages of the Ebola Virus start happening to a victim organ failure and hemorrhaging fever usually occur, killing the victim.
Since the recent outbreak began there have been several cases, including one American case, where the virus was spread after the victim had died. An American who attended the funeral of someone with the virus died shortly after the funeral from Ebola virus he contracted while attending the funeral. When washing dead bodies and preparing for burial the virus can be spread.