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Ebola

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  1. Intro
    • Ebola Virus Overview
      • Ebola Virus Outbreak Distribution
      • Ebola Virus Ecology
      • Ebola Virus Infection
      • Ebola Virus Symptoms
      • Timeline of Ebola Virus Symptoms
      • Ebola Virus Characteristics
      • Morphology of Helical Ebola Virus
      • Ebola Virus Structure
      • RNA Viral Replication
      • Ebola Virus Entry
      • Ebola Virus: Immune Reaction
      • Host Immune Response to Ebola
      • Ebola Virus Pathogenisis
      • How Contagious is Ebola?
      • Ebola Transmission
      • Ebola in Healthcare Settings
      • Treatment of Ebola
      • Example 1
        • Example 2
          • Example 3
            • Intro 0:00
            • Ebola Virus Overview 0:22
            • Ebola Virus Outbreak Distribution 0:59
              • 1976 Ebola Outbreak First Identified
              • Recent Outbreak in Zaire
              • Three Countries Most Affected Today
              • Amount of Hospitals in Those Countries
            • Ebola Virus Ecology 4:14
              • Thought to Just Infect Warm Blooded Animals
              • Epidemic Starts When Virus Infects Humans
            • Ebola Virus Infection 5:55
              • Virus Comes From Animal and Infects Human
              • Infected Cells
              • Endothelial Cell Gaps Causes Leakage of Blood and Virus
            • Ebola Virus Symptoms 7:37
              • Fever
              • Early Signs
              • Big Sign of Being Infected: Travel History
              • Key About the Symptom Emerging
            • Timeline of Ebola Virus Symptoms 11:21
              • Day 2: First Symptoms
              • Day 10: High Fever and Vomiting
              • Day 11: Brain Damage and Bleeding
              • Day 12: Loss of Consciousness
            • Ebola Virus Characteristics 14:14
              • Filovirus
              • Enveloped, Helical Viruses
              • Ebola and Marburg Viruses
            • Morphology of Helical Ebola Virus 14:52
              • Capsid
              • Nucleic Acid
            • Ebola Virus Structure 15:38
              • Outside of the Structure
              • Inside the Envelope
              • Virus Can Recreate Itself in the Cytoplasm
            • RNA Viral Replication 18:04
              • Negative and Positive Strand
            • Ebola Virus Entry 20:26
              • Cell the Virus Penetrates
              • Inflammatory Reaction
              • Viruses Released Into Individuals Body
            • Ebola Virus: Immune Reaction 23:08
              • Survivors
              • Individuals Who Die From Ebola
              • Effective Dose
            • Host Immune Response to Ebola 24:36
              • Monocyte
              • Cytokines Storm
            • Ebola Virus Pathogenisis 25:40
              • Infection
              • Neutrophil
              • Depletion of Natural Killer Cells
              • Ebola Virus Can Serve to Surpress the Immune Reaction
            • How Contagious is Ebola? 27:49
              • Not Very Contagious, But Very Infectious
              • In Relation to Other Diseases
            • Ebola Transmission 29:24
              • Patient Zero Thought to be Infected by Animal
              • Eating Bushmeat In West Africa
              • Ebola Spreads by Direct Contact
            • Ebola in Healthcare Settings 31:13
              • Healthcare Workers at Higher Risk Because They Handle Body Fluids
              • Precautions
            • Treatment of Ebola 34:13
              • No Vaccine, but There Are Experimental Treatments (ZMAPP)
              • Basic Interventions When Done Early, Can Improve Chances of Survival
            • Example 1 37:41
            • Example 2 39:18
            • Example 3 41:05