Ebola Diagnosis and Treatment


Intensive Care Medicine Worth Knowing has a great post on how to manage Ebola–Just in case, you know…

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  1. Tom Riley says:

    Actually the algorithm is originally from the UK health protection agency, I was checking the site a few days ago, just in case:-)! There’s some more information on haemorrhagic fevers there at http://www.hpa.org.uk/Topics/InfectiousDiseases/InfectionsAZ/ViralHaemorrhagicFever/GeneralInformation/. (The risk assessment chart above is under “guidelines”)

  2. An important finding from this most recent outbreak of Ebola is that there are a significant number of cases that do not develop haemorrhagic features (yet may still cause multi-organ failure and death). The above algorithm probably downplays the risk of Ebola in patients without haemorrhage in light of the current outbreak.

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