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The Ebola Virus

The Ebola virus which is also known as the Ebola hemorrhagic fever is very fatal especially in cases where it has been contracted by people. The virus is hosted by the fruit bats then transferred to other animals or directly transferred to people especially those that frequent the tropical rain forest where the specific family of these fruit bats inhabit. Ebola is a virus which completely weakens the infected person’s immunity system. It therefore makes them to start to bleed from inside and from outside the body. If health workers are not protecting properly when taking care of the people who are infected with Ebola, their health is also but at very high risk of contracting the virus too. Ebola is a very dangerous virus that is transmitted very first especially when people get in contact with fluids from the infected people.

Symptoms of an Ebola Virus Infection

ebola-virus-particlesAs the infection gets serious, the state of the infected person worsens. The patient then begins to experience diarrhea, impaired liver function, vomiting, rashes all over the body and worse of all external and internal bleeding.  Some infected patients may get red eyes; have troubled breathing and also swallowing, experience chest pains and hiccups too. As the days pass, the virus infection gets more serious and the infected patients develops more serious symptoms of both internal and external bleeding. The Ebola virus also affects the body organs of the infected patient such as their liver and kidneys. Ebola Virus is a very deadly disease. The statistics carried out report about 90% of the people who contract the Ebola virus end up dying. However, as the treatment keeps advancing, the survival rate is slowly. Some infected patients may get red eyes; have troubled breathing and also swallowing, experience chest pains and hiccups too.

Causes of Ebola Virus Infection

This deadly virus is then transferred from the wild animals in the tropical forest to humans who then infect other people spreading the virus thus creating an Ebola outbreak. The mode of transmission of this deadly virus is through getting into contact with bodily secretions such as sweat, blood or any other bodily fluid from an infected person or from any other infected animals. Ebola Outbreaks are very dangerous as they spread very fast. It can thus mostly be gotten by those who nurse the sick or those who prepare the body of an infected person for burial and get in contact with their bodily fluids. The Ebola virus which is also known as the Ebola hemorrhagic fever is very fatal especially in cases where it has been contracted by people. The virus is hosted by the fruit bats then transferred to other animals or directly transferred to people especially those that frequent the tropical rain forest where the specific family of these fruit bats inhabit.

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