Fever (greater than 38.6°C or 101.5°F)
Abdominal (stomach) pain
Unexplained hemorrhage (bleeding or bruising)
Symptoms may appear anywhere from 2 to 21 days after exposure to Ebola, but the average is 8 to 10 days
When to seek help?
Upon infection or contact with someone with Ebola.
Recovery from Ebola depends on good supportive clinical care and the patient’s immune response.
People who recover from Ebola infection develop antibodies that last for at least 10 years.
Providing intravenous fluids (IV) and balancing electrolytes (body salts)
Maintaining oxygen status and blood pressure
Avoid contact with others who are sick and body fluids from sick person.
There is an experimental medication that is not FDA approved and has not been made for a huge supply of people.
Precautions is the best way of not spreading the disease.
Areas with no contact/limited access to supplies are using trash bags and layered gloves to cover body parts to protect when working with an infected person.
Wash hands, cover mouths, avoid contact with Ebola infected people prevents the spread. If you have not contact, you can NOT get it.
Mission Statement: "Couturing individual patient's/client's