Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever

Santé Ebola : la dernière patiente connue, officiellement guérie en Sierra Leone External link

Source country jeuneafrique Sunday, June 25, 2017 7:37:00 AM CEST | info English text... [en] [other]

Trigger words: [EbolaHemorrhagicFever] Ebola[3];

Entities: Sidi Yahya Tunis[1];

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La dernière patiente connue atteinte d'Ebola en Sierra Leone, la tante d'une jeune femme décédée du virus au mois de janvier, est officiellement guérie, ont annoncé mardi les autorités sanitaires. Soignée dans un centre de traitement d’Ebola à Freetown, la patiente de 38 ans, Memunatu Kalokoh, est.......

Ebola health: the last diminishment known, officially healed in Sierra Leone

The last patient known reached Ebola in Sierra Leone, the aunt of a young woman dec'd virus in January, is officially healed, announced Tuesday the health authorities. Treated in a treatment centre of Ebola in Freetown, the patient of 38 years, Memunatu Kalokoh, is....

Pregnancy May Conceal Ebola External link

Source country medicinenet Sunday, June 25, 2017 6:33:00 AM CEST | info [other]

Trigger words: [EbolaHemorrhagicFever] outbreak[2]; Ebola[11]; Hospital[2]; suspect[1]; show[1]; outbreaks[1]; hospital[1];

Entities: Thomas Geisbert[2]; David Sanders[2];

Other categories: Communicable disease;

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Thomas Geisbert said: "If it turns out that there are a fair number of cases where high levels of virus are detected in body fluids from asymptomatic patients, then, yes, that could have important implications in explaining the magnitude of this outbreak and certainly for how outbreaks are managed,"

David Sanders said: "Fortunately, however, this appears to be rare," "You have to have the conjunction of immunosuppression with the infection"

WEDNESDAY, June 17, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Ebola infection continues to surprise scientists. The latest twist: The deadly virus may hide in women without obvious symptoms. pregnant A new case report describes a 31-year-old woman in late pregnancy who went to a hospital in Liberia complaining of mild , possibly pregnancy-related....

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Lassa Fever

No lassa fever outbreak in Owo university — Management External link

Source country vanguardngr Saturday, June 24, 2017 9:01:00 PM CEST | info [other]

Trigger words: [LassaFever] Lassa fever[1]; lassa fever[2];

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Lassa-fever. Rather it confirmed an “ isolated case of Lassa fever in which a female student was diagnosed of the symptoms but had since stabilised and discharged from the Federal Medical Center (FMC), Owo where she was taken for treatment. It would be recalled that five cases were reported in two.......

New Insights Offer Clues About Immune Response, Viral Persistence to Lassa Fever External link

Source country medindia Saturday, June 24, 2017 12:31:00 PM CEST | info [other]

Trigger words: [LassaFever] Lassa Fever[1]; Lassa fever[6];

Other categories: Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever; WHO; Antiviral; Endemic;

Discovered in 1969, Lassa fever affects an estimated 100,000 to 300,000 people each year in West Africa, where the infection is endemic and causes approximately 5,000 deaths annually. In mild cases, symptoms can include fever, weakness, and headache. Bleeding, difficulty breathing, vomiting, facial.......

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Marburg Hemorrhagic Fever

Which animal is most likely to spread the latest plague? External link

Source country newsmedical Friday, June 23, 2017 5:10:00 AM CEST | info [other]

Trigger words: [MarburgHemorrhagicFever] Marburg[1]; virus[2]; fever[1];

Other categories: Hendra virus; Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever; Encephalitis; SARS; Viral Encephalitis;

The researchers from the New York’s EcoHealth Alliance that is now published in the Journal Nature , looked at various mammals worldwide and their propensity to cause or trigger spillovers. The spillovers are typically more likely to occur from other mammals rather than other creatures such as birds.......

Which Creature Is Most Likely to Cause the Next Catastrophic Pandemic? External link

Source country gizmodo-in Thursday, June 22, 2017 9:11:00 PM CEST | info [other]

Trigger words: [MarburgHemorrhagicFever] Marburg[1]; virus[2]; fever[1];

Other categories: Hendra virus; Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever; Encephalitis; Communicable disease; Viral Encephalitis; Aves; Multiple Species; Environment;

Greater short-nosed fruit bat. (Image: Wikimedia) The vast majority of infectious human diseases come from animals, yet we know surprisingly little about which animals pose the greatest risk. A new study helps resolve this shortcoming, ranking the mammals that are most likely to spread infectious diseases to humans....

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