013-Ebola Virus Disease

Course # DL-013 - Ebola Virus Disease

by Helen Sowers, MA, CLS Dept. of Biological Science (Retired) California State University East Bay

Approved for 1.0 CE
Level of Difficulty: Basic

Introduction:

Ebola (Ebola hemorrhagic fever) is a severe disease that is caused by a virus.

Objectives:

At the end of this course the participant will be able to:

  1. Give the host and susceptible mammals of Ebola virus disease
  2. Identify the countries involved in the present epidemic
  3. List the symptoms of Ebola
  4. Describe how Ebola is transmitted
  5. Identify the laboratory tests for diagnosis of Ebola
  6. Discuss the procedures for prevention of transmission of Ebola
  7. Outline the equipment and procedures for personal prevention equipme
  8. Summarize the roles of the various healthcare facilities involved in identification, diagnosis, and treatment of Ebola
  9. Outline the history of Ebola virus disease
  10. Discuss the viral make-up and species of Ebola

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