The latest survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation conducted showed that 48% of the American people misunderstand that the Ebola virus could spread even before you have symptoms. Only 36% say exactly that Ebola can only spread by someone who has become infected with disease symptoms and appearance.
In addition, 25 percent of Americans incorrectly think that Ebola can be transmitted through the air. There to 37% thought wrongly that the risk of Ebola is transmitted by the shake hands with someone who has no symptoms.
Ebola infection look like?
“Ebola is not spread through the air like the flu. You can’t spread it through contact such as sitting next to someone on a bus, “President Obama said said.
Fact, Ebola spread only through close contact with blood and other fluids, exudates of malade. The Virus does not spread through the air, although it is in danger of spreading to direct the sneeze or cough drops, while exudates stick to another person’s mouth or on the open wound.
The two Presbyterian Hospital nurse Dallas is Nina Pham and Amber Ebola virus infection because they have Vinson taking care of patients of Ebola Thomas Eric Duncan when he’s at the stage were infected and capable of spreading the most.
What are the symptoms of Ebola?
Ebola symptoms include fever, severe headache, muscle pain and weakness, vomiting, unexplained bleeding or bruising. The symptoms can appear any time from 2 to 21 days after the initial contact with the virus. As soon as someone to show the symptoms, that person is considered infectious.
How many people have died of Ebola?
There are not enough accurate information to statistics may be how many people have died of Ebola. The United Nations estimates the number of deaths to date in West Africa is more than 4,500 in total more than 8,900 people infected.
How to protect yourself safe before Ebola?
The Center for disease control and prevention United States of America had some guidelines for those who must travel to the Ebola-infected areas:
-Wash your hands thoroughly and frequently with SOAP, liquid antiseptic hand-washing, drugs that contain alcohol.
-Avoid contact with blood and body fluids of people with symptoms of the disease include high fever, vomiting and. ..
-No exposure to blood or body fluids of people infected.
-Do not touch the body, a person’s widgets have died of Ebola.
-Avoid contact with bats and primates, avoid eating meat, forest animals live.
-Not to the hospital in West Africa, where the Ebola patients are being treated.
-Seek medical care immediately if fever and have one of the symptoms, such as headaches, muscle aches, diarrhea, vomiting, stomach pain, or bruising or bleeding with no known cause of …
-Limiting contact with others until you go to the doctor.