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         Ebola:     more books (100)
  1. Ebola by Dr. William Close, 1995-06-27
  2. Ebola: Through the Eyes of the People by William T. Close, 2001-12-01
  3. Emerging Viruses: AIDS And Ebola : Nature, Accident or Intentional? by Leonard G. Horowitz, 1996-04
  4. Ebola, Culture and Politics: The Anthropology of an Emerging Disease (Case Studies on Contemporary Social Issues) by Barry S. Hewlett, Bonnie L. Hewlett, 2007-11-27
  5. Ebola (Deadly Diseases and Epidemics) by Tara C. Smith, 2005-09
  6. Ebola (Parasites) by Shelley Bueche, 2003-10-20
  7. Ebola and Marburg Virus (Deadly Diseases and Epidemics) by Tara C. Smith, World Health Organization, 2010-09
  8. Ebola Virus (Diseases and People) by Edward Willett, 2003-06
  9. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2003-04-08
  10. Ebola: Webster's Timeline History, 1968 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2010-03-10
  11. Ebola and Marburg Viruses: Molecular and Cellular Biology (Horizon Bioscience) by H.d. Klenk, 2004-03-10
  12. Ebola Factor: A Novel of Suspense by G. Henry Hofer, 1996-04
  13. Emerging Viruses: Aids and Ebola Nature, Accident Or Intentional? by Leonard G. Horowitz, 1999
  14. Ebola. Sonderausgabe. Ein Tatsachenthriller aus dem Urwald von Zaire. by William T. Close, 2001-09-01

1. Molecular And Cell Biology Dept Redirect Page
Fact Sheet N° 103 Revised December 2000 ebola HAEMORRHAGIC FEVER ebola haemorrhagic fever (EHF) is one of the most virulent viral diseases known to humankind, causing death in 5090% of all clinically ill cases.
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2. Special Pathogens Branch: Diseases-Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever
CDC official website about the deadly disease known as ebolaCategory Health Conditions and Diseases Hemorrhagic Fevers ebola......ebola Hemorrhagic Fever What is ebola hemorrhagic fever? Go to top of page.Electron There are four identified subtypes of ebola virus. Three

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Disease / Virus Information Arenaviruses Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever ... Glossary Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever
What is Ebola hemorrhagic fever?
Electron micrograph of Ebola virus. Ebola hemorrhagic fever (Ebola HF) is a severe, often-fatal disease in humans and nonhuman primates (monkeys, gorillas, and chimpanzees) that has appeared sporadically since its initial recognition in 1976. The disease is caused by infection with Ebola virus, named after a river in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire) in Africa, where it was first recognized. The virus is one of two members of a family of RNA viruses called the Filoviridae. There are four identified subtypes of Ebola virus. Three of the four have caused disease in humans: Ebola-Zaire, Ebola-Sudan, and Ebola-Ivory Coast. The fourth, Ebola-Reston, has caused disease in nonhuman primates, but not in humans. Where is Ebola virus found in nature?

3. Institute For Molecular Virology - Ebola
Find articles, documents, and statistics addressing the incidence of ebola outbreaks around the world. Includes ebola resources and discussions. ebola Outbreaks Updates. If you know of an article or other document relating to recent ebola outbreaks, please

4. CDC: SPB: Forward To Ebola HF Fact Sheet
Disease Information Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers Fact Sheets ebola HemorrhagicFever The ebola Virus Hemorrhagic Fever General Information
Special Pathogens Branch GO TO... CDC Home Page NCID Home Page Disease Information
Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers: Fact Sheets
Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever
The "Ebola Virus Hemorrhagic Fever: General Information" fact sheet has been updated. Please visit the updated version on the Special Pathogens Branch web page at Thank you for your patience please update your bookmark. 1999 Special Pathogens Branch
Division of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Public Health Service, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

5. Access Excellence: Ebola Interview
One of the first ebola researchers. Includes some electronmicrosope views of the virus and a bibliography.
Dr. Frederick A. Murphy Talks about the Ebola Virus
An Interview by Sean Henahan, Access Excellence The book "The Hot Zone" and the film "Outbreak" have seized the public's imagination and brought into focus many issues regarding the very real threats posed by new and emerging diseases. In this interview we talk with Frederick A. Murphy , D.V.M., Ph.D., Dean of School of Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis. At the time of the 'Reston incident', Dr. Murphy was the director of the National Center for Infectious Diseases at the CDC in Atlanta. Dr. Murphy is considered one of the world authorities on viruses. He was the first one to look at Ebola virus 'face-to-face' in the electron microscope. Dr. Murphy appears in "The Hot Zone" and his now famous photo of the Ebola virus appears in the film "Outbreak". Note:
Dr. Murphy has also provided an extensive bibliography and three excellent electron micrographs to accompany this interview. Q: The book "The Hot Zone" and more recently the film "Outbreak" have brought public attention to the reality of emerging viruses and potentially disastrous epidemics. It can be difficult to tell fact from fiction with these kind of sources. I'd like to ask some questions gathered from high school science teachers and students all over the country to clarify some of the issues raised by this book and this movie. A: The public response to the book and the film has been phenomenal. Half of the posts for a virology conference on the Internet I look at are about the Ebola virus. I myself have had innumerable calls from the press and other media people. By the way, I want to say hello to the Access Excellence people and say I had a great time down at Genentech last summer when I spoke on the subject of new and emerging diseases.

6. FrameTitle
edited by SR Pattyn contains the Proceedings of an International Colloquium on ebola Virus Infection and other Haemorrhagic Fevers held in Antwerp, Belgium, 68 December 1977.
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7. Gateway To The Gibboncore Web Site [Jinn, Ebola, One By One, Generic, DIY Brewin
Power grind, hardcore group from the UK. Includes news, contact details, photos, and related links.

8. BioHazard - Ebola Virus Information Headquarters
Links to other categorized ebola sites.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Hemorrhagic Fevers ebola......ebola Virus Information Headquarters CHOOSE YOUR BIOSAFETY LEVEL! Level 2 Text onlyText Only - No Graphics. Level 3- Text, tables images Graphics and Tables.
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9. EBOLA Skate Page
Original skateboarding photos and videos. Come see the skate team.
web design by Steelee

10. EVc 1995 - 2oo3
Includes game and application crack sections, news, tutorials, newsletter, requests, and cracking tools.
Click here to visit the eVc 1995 - 2oo3 website.

11. Ebola Haemorrhagic Fever
Fact Sheet from the World Health Organization about ebola Haemorrhagic FeverCategory Health Conditions and Diseases Hemorrhagic Fevers ebola......ebola HAEMORRHAGIC FEVER. Symptoms ebola is often characterized by the suddenonset of fever, weakness, muscle pain, headache and sore throat.
Fact Sheet N° 103
Ebola haemorrhagic fever (EHF) is one of the most virulent viral diseases known to humankind, causing death in 50-90% of all clinically ill cases. The disease has its origins in the jungles of Africa and Asia. Several different forms of Ebola virus have been identified and may be associated with other clinical expressions, on which further research is required. Transmission
  • The Ebola virus is transmitted by direct contact with the blood, secretions, organs or semen of infected persons. Transmission through semen may occur up to seven weeks after clinical recovery, as with Marburg haemorrhagic fever. Transmission of the Ebola virus has also occurred by handling ill or dead infected chimpanzees, as was documented in Côte d'Ivoire and Gabon. Health care workers have frequently been infected while attending patients. In the 1976 epidemic in Zaire, every Ebola case caused by contaminated syringes and needles died.
Incubation: 2 to 21 days Symptoms: Ebola is often characterized by the sudden onset of fever, weakness, muscle pain, headache and sore throat. This is followed by vomiting, diarrhoea, rash, limited kidney and liver functions, and both internal and external bleeding.

offers a clinical introduction to the viruses that cause the disease.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Hemorrhagic Fevers ebola...... Academic Press. MARBURG AND ebola VIRUSES. Hans Marburg, Germany History.Marburg and ebola viruses both cause severe hemorrhagic fevers. Marburg

13. Wabak Ebola
Maklumat mengenai sejarah dan tanda penyakit ebola.

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UMUM Siri Perubatan.
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Setiap rencana yang ditulis di laman WEB ini adalah ciptaan dan hakmilik Mohamed Yosri Mohamed Yong sepenuhnya melainkan apabila dinyatakan sebaliknya. Anda boleh menggunakannya semula bagi tujuan bukan perniagaan dengan syarat menyatakan akuan pengarang.
Membaca Jiwa Bangsa. Ringkasan Ebola


Kikwit ... Brittanica Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur. Petaling Jaya Subang Jaya Kelang ... Ampang Jaya Penyakit Ebola. Oleh Mohamed Yosri Mohamed Yong 7 Jamadilawal 1421 SEJARAH Ebola merupakan satu penyakit demam berdarah yang berpunca daripada jangkitan virus. Virus ini baru sahaja dikenalpasti dan dianggap sebagai suatu penyakit yang amat merbahaya. Ebola mudah berjangkit dan boleh membawa maut. Dalam 50% - 90% kes jangkitan, penyakit ini mengakibatkan kematian, bergantung kepada jenis virus Ebola punca penyakit. Virus Ebola menyebabkan pesakit menjadi lemah, kekurangan air, lesu dan keliru. Tanda-tanda Ebola yang paling jelas merupakan pendarahan di seluruh tubuh dan di dalam badan. Kematian biasanya berlaku dalam masa 7 sehingga 16 hari disebabkan oleh kejutan dan kehilangan darah yang serius. Ebola kemudiannya menyerang Sudan di bahagian barat pada tahun yang sama. Sebanyak 550 kes telah disahkan yang mengakibatkan 340 kematian dalam kedua kejadian tersebut. Disebabkan wabak Ebola berlaku di negara yang tidak mempunyai kemudahan perubatan yang sempurna dan lengkap, ini menyukarkan lagi proses mengenalpasti virus itu. Serangan Ebola yang kedua pula berlaku di Sudan pada tahun 1979, menyebabkan 34 kes yang disahkan. Daripada jumlah ini 22 kes berakhir dengan kematian.

14. Ebola Virus - Recommended Reading ListBrowse Through A List Of Articles, Reports
From WHO to the CDC, find a plethora of links on the ebola virus. Includes info from health authorities and researchers, plus newsgroups.

Learn about the transmission process and incubation period of viruses through this fact sheet on a Category Health Conditions and Diseases Hemorrhagic Fevers ebola......Learn more about what ebola is and why it is so important to be aware of this diseaseby reading my ebola FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) Or look on to my
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16. Management Of Patients With Suspected Viral Hemorrhagic Fever
Treatment recommendations for patients infected with Lassa, ebola, Marburg, and CrimeanCongo viruses, and ways to prevent contagion.
February 26, 1988 / 37(S-3);1-16
Management of Patients With Suspected Viral Hemorrhagic Fever
INTRODUCTION The term viral hemorrhagic fever (VHF) refers to the illness associated with a number of geographically restricted viruses. This illness is characterized by fever and, in the most severe cases, shock and hemorrhage (1). Although a number of other febrile viral infections may produce hemorrhage, only the agents of Lassa, Marburg, Ebola, and Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fevers are known to have caused significant outbreaks of disease with person-to-person transmission. Therefore, the following recommendations specifically address these four agents. The increasing volume of international travel, including visits to rural areas of the tropical world, provides opportunity for the importation of these infections into countries with no endemic VHF, such As the United States. Since most physicians have little or no experience with these viruses, uncertainty often arises when VHF is a diagnostic possibility. Lassa, Marburg, and Ebola viruses are restricted to sub-Saharan Africa, and the differential diagnosis of VHF will most often be made for illness in travelers to this region. Since 1976, no imported cases of VHF have been confirmed in the United States, but every year there are approximately five to 10 suspected cases. These guidelines review the clinical and epidemiologic features of these diseases; provide recommendations on diagnosis, investigation, and care of patients; and suggest measures to prevent secondary transmission. This document updates earlier recommendations, issued in 1983 (2), for the management of suspected and confirmed cases of VHF. Accumulated evidence shows that transmission of these viruses does not occur through casual contact; thus, some earlier recommendations for preventing secondary transmission have been relaxed. Similarly, therapy recommendations have taken into account recent knowledge of the effects of antiviral drugs.

17. E-JID: Vol. 179, Suppl. 1, February 1999
A special supplement of The Journal of Infectious Diseases (Vol. 79, Supplement 1, February 1999) Category Health Conditions and Diseases Hemorrhagic Fevers ebola......
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18. Haemorrhagic Fevers - World Health Organization
Links to literature and multimedia on hemorraghic fevers, including CrimeanCongo, Lassa, Rift Valley and Yellow Fevers, plus Dengue and ebola. Dengue/dengue haemorrhagic fever. - ebola haemorrhagic fever. - Hepatitis. - Influenza. - Lassa fever

19. Ebola And Marburg Virus Genomic Structure, Comparative And
Includes Genomic Structure, Comparative and Molecular BiologyCategory Health Conditions and Diseases Hemorrhagic Fevers ebola......ebola and Marburg Virus. Genomic Structure, Comparative and Molecular Biology. ebolais a member of the negativestranded RNA virus family Filoviridae.

20. Index
Serwis poświęcony wirusowi ebola. Informacje o wirusie, epidemie, filmy, książki, zdjęcia.
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