EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE – A CLINICAL REVIEW
Muhas C.*, Fanish U., Mufeedha P., Shafna Hussain, Abhila E. P. and Saleena C.
Ebola virus is one of the most virulent pathogens, killing a very high proportion of patients within 5-7 days. Most patients developed high fever, head ache, diarrhea, vomiting and hemorrhagic manifestations. Since Ebola virus has a high mortality rate and is very infectious, it is public health imperative to investigate and improve upon ways to manage out breaks. This article mainly discusses about the etiological factors, pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, diagnostic techniques, management and control of infection. To reduce worldwide panic and possibly to save lives, its urgent for medical researches to propose some alternatives remedies which may have positive effect on this epidemic during in intervening period from now to when effective vaccines become available.[Full Text Article]