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  • Tags: Patient Support

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.

Motivaciones y experiencias emocionales del primer equipo multidisciplinario hospitalario entrenado para atender casos de Ébola en Andalucía (2014-2016)
Creator: Casado-Mejía R, Brea-Ruiz MT, Torres-Enamorado D, Albar-Marín MJ, Botello-Hermosa A, Santos-Casado M, Casado-Rojas I.
Subject: Elementos en Español
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2016-08-01
Description: Motivations and emotional experiences of the first hospital multidisciplinary team trained to care for people with Ebola in Andalusia, Spain (2014-2016) The Hospital Universitario Virgen del Rocío (HUVR) of Seville was chosen as the reference…

Creator: NETEC
Subject: Personnel Management
Item Type: Online Course
Date Last Updated: 2017-05-31
Description: Behavioral health considerations for patients and healthcare workers.

Creator: WHO
Subject: Treatment & Care
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2019-05
Description: Considerable variability exists in the level of supportive care offered to Ebola patients, and this guideline provides recommendations for the management of adults and children to provide the best possible chance for survival.

Creator: Smith, M. W., P. W. Smith, C. J. Kratochvil and S. Schwedhelm
Subject: Personnel Management
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2017-02-01
Description: Caring for highly infectious patients in biocontainment units is a new phenomenon, and little is known about the behavioral health of workers in this setting.