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  • Tags: Diagnosis

Laboratory test support for Ebola patients within a high-containment facility
Creator: Hill, C. E., E. M. Burd, C. S. Kraft, E. L. Ryan, A. Duncan, A. M. Winkler, J. C. Cardella, J. C. Ritchie and T. G. Parslow
Subject: Laboratory
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2014-08-01
Description: Two adult United States (US) nationals contracted the Ebola virus while on a humanitarian mission in Africa amidst a large Ebola outbreak there.

Performance of bedside diagnostic ultrasound in an Ebola isolation unit: the Emory University Hospital experience
Creator: Moreno, C. C., C. S. Kraft, S. Vanairsdale, P. Kandiah, M. A. Klopman, B. S. Ribner and S. Tridandapani
Subject: Treatment & Care
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2015-06-01
Description: Individuals with Ebola virus disease, a contagious and potentially lethal infection, are now being treated in specialized units in the United States.

Creator: Rousseau A, Labetoulle M.
Subject: Contenu Français
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2015-10-01
Description: L’épidémie de maladie à virus Ebola (MVE), déclarée comme telle en mars 2014 en Afrique de l’Ouest, est la plus importante jamais observée. C’est également la première épidémie de MVE responsable de cas d’importation aux États-Unis…

Ebola: characterization, history and cutaneous manifestations
Creator: Kolbach M, Carrasco-Zuber JE, Vial-Letelier V.
Subject: Elementos en Español
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2015-11-01
Description: Ebola virus (EV) is one of the most virulent human pathogens. Fruits bats are its natural reservoir, the transmission to humans is across wild animals (especially primates) and the propagation in human populations is through bodily fluid contact.