Widespread Uganda Ebola outbreak death toll in the capital of Uganda, Kampala. Ebola virus is one that is very dangerous and very deadly, and until now there is no cure antidote. According to a report from the country''s health officials that there are some patients who were treated more local hospital contracted ebola. Previously the Government of Uganda together with the World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that the ebola outbreak of infectious disease has occurred in the western tip of Uganda, and allegedly has evolved into a variety of other locations in Uganda. Proved by the patient in the hospital in Kampala city which is thought to have contracted ebola. So the government should be quick to minimize the impact of this disease so as not to spread to other areas, because this epidemic is one of the diseases harmful to humans.
The ebola virus is a type of the genus Ebolavirus, families Filoviridae, and also the name of a disease caused by a virus and Ebola asala he said of the river located in the Congo. These outbreaks around the river to attack the ebola and growing very fast. The virus is growing very fast and dangerous. The symptoms of people infected with this virus include vomiting, diarrhea, body ache, bleeding inside and out, and fever. The death rate ranges from 80% to 100%. This disease can easily spread to others so it is advisable to be wary and very careful if there are people who contract the disease. This virus can easily spread through direct contact with body fluids or skin. The incubation period of 2 to 21 days, generally between 5 to 10 days. We have been developed for the Ebola vaccine is 100% effective in monkeys, but a vaccine for humans has not been found. So far, Ebola is the most deadly diseases around the world. Chance to live if infected with the disease is still 0% alias is not possible, and still sought after vaccine. Patients usually die immediately in the cycle 6 days to 20 days, aka very quickly. Now we can say that Ebola is a disease best avoided for infected worldwide.
Related outbreaks of highly contagious that Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni recommends that people avoid shaking hands and other physical contact with patients. Do not make your own funeral of someone who has died from symptoms such as ebola. Should contact their health officers because they are more aware and procedures for handling procedures. Avoid adultery and also because the disease can be transmitted through sex.
This is the fourth outbreak of ebola in Uganda since 2000 until now 2012. This outbreak was detected too late for victims to delay medical treatment. For the entire population of Uganda is expected to to be more careful and more responsive if any residents who contracted this virus.