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Informative Essay On Ebola

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This paper will mainly focus on finding treatment for Ebola in the United States. My research essay on the treatment of Ebola is very informative. My paper is informative in such ways you will learn about experimental vaccines or drugs that may be given and their effectiveness on the patient. My paper includes information on how the U.S is succeeding or not succeeding with the treatment. In the United States many people fear the spread will not end, but with the hospitals and scientists working together, hand in hand are sure to find a way to stop the outbreak of Ebola. The Ebola Virus is breaking out in many countries, according to the U.S Senate documents. The countries Ebola has taken over have very limited resources and this makes it difficult to tranquil the disease. The disease is being spread faster than it can be controlled. At first we only heard about Ebola in other countries, but when it spread to the United States, our country started to worry and we became stressed. “If we take proper safety measurements the outbreaks can be minimized and hopefully prevented (Federal Info)”. Ebola is a rare and deadly disease that has now affected the United States. According to the (cdc) symptoms of Ebola include a fever, severe headache, muscle pain, …show more content…

In this essay, the author

  • Explains that their research essay will mainly focus on finding treatment for ebola in the united states. they will learn about experimental vaccines or drugs and their effectiveness on the patient.
  • Explains that the ebola virus is breaking out in many countries, according to the u.s. senate documents.
  • Explains that ebola is a rare and deadly disease that has now affected the united states.
  • Explains that to prevent ebola health care providers must wear proper protective equipment, such as a one-piece fluid resistant suit, gloves, and n96 respirator face shield.
  • Explains that quarantines are an effective way of treating and decreasing the spread of ebola.
  • Explains that blood transfusions are another way of treating ebola and it has been very effective.
  • Explains that scientists have come up with a test that could potentially improve the lives of individuals.
  • Explains that the best alternative is practicing hygiene, such as washing hands with soap and water or using hand sanitizer, avoid going to a funeral or burial of someone who has died from ebola.
  • Explains that doctors are traveling from around the world to discuss possible vaccines and cures for ebola. hyperimmune globulin is used to treat rabies, tetanus and hepatitis b.
  • Explains that there are two vaccines that are options for treating the ebola virus, namely adenovirus and rvsv.
  • Concludes that it is critical to find a way to stop the deadly virus of ebola from spreading.

According to the CDC, the best alternative is practicing hygiene, such as washing hands with soap and water or using hand sanitizer, stay away from items that have been in contact with someone infected and avoid going to a funeral or burial of someone who has died from Ebola. Patients who travel outside of the country will have to monitor their health for 21 days. If symptoms occur there are diagnostic tests available such as, Antigen-capture testing, IgM ELISA, Polymerase chain reaction and Virus isolation. If infected the recovering patient will receive IgM and IgG antibodies. As of now Doctors have only discussed vaccines and cures for

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