REVIEW ON EBOLA VIRUS
*Prof. Chopade B. L. and Prof. Kale V. A.
Ebola virus (EVD) outbreaks are a painful reminder of any epidemic that may pose a danger in any region. In most affected nations, the Global Health Protection Strategy aims to improve public health networks to reduce the outbreak before crises occur. The hemorrhagic fever is most often found in a gastrointestinal tract and occurs in less than half of patients. Drainage, stupor, confusion, hypotension, multipleorgan fails, leading to a bright shock and eventually death, are all progressing symptoms over time. Various vaccine candidates are currently undergoing preclinical testing. Infection of macrophages has been believed to be one of the causes of hemorrhage growth. The goal of the proposed research is to investigate the cause and management of the Ebola virus and provide all stakeholders, including the general public, with specific and reliable knowledge about the need for the period.
Keywords: Disease, infection, epidemic, illness, administration.
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