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EBOLA DISEASE, TREATMENT AND PREVENTION: A SHORT INTRODUCTION Pallab Kalita * , Arpita C hakraborty, Mrinmoy Basak, Kamal Sharma , Sunita Lahkar

Journal: Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (IAJPS) (Vol.2, No. 1)

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Page : 559-562

Keywords : Ebola; virus; Africa; shock; bleeding; vaccine;

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Bola is a virus ( Family : Filoviridae) which was first seen in African continent. From wild anima ls the ebola virus is transmitted and spreads in the human population. The virus can directly contact with body fluids, the mucous membrane, secretions or broken skin of an infected person and severel symptoms like high fever, continuous bleeding, shock etc. At first the infection was seen in African countries, but in recent time the virus has spread all over the world. There are no vaccines for the treatment of Ebola so far, only supportive therapies are use to minimise the harmful affect from ebola. Ke ywords : Ebola, virus, Africa, shock, bleeding, vaccine

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