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Obama ordered 3,000 military personnel to West Africa to help erec new treatment and isolation facilities, train health care workers and increase communications and transportation ...
The virus can cause mild to severe illness, with the worst cases needing life support for breathing difficulties ...
He has also has been given an experimental drug that doctors refuse to identify, and has responded well to aggressive treatments ...
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation also announced it will spend $50 million on efforts seeking a vaccine and other therapies ...
With 900 admitted in Denver and 500 in Kansas City, the illness has swept across 10 states leaving doctors questioning the cause of the outbreak ...
A medical team is discussing experimental treatments, including using blood serum from a patient who has recovered from Ebola ...
The experimental drug ZMapp is exhausted and a medical team is exploring other treatment options ...
After the two others fell ill, the Boston-area doctor returned to Liberia where he is in isolation; it’s unknown if he will be transported to the U.S. for treatment ...
OSHA standards can be confusing, but here’s what EMS agencies need to know to maintain training requirements and compliance ...
Planning, personal protective equipment and routine vaccinations helps maintain infection control ...
He will be treated at London's Royal Free Hospital, which has an isolation unit for infectious disease ...
They were discharged after three weeks and doctors say their release poses no public health risk ...
The patient has been isolated and the CDC will test a blood sample to see if the person, who may have been exposed, actually has the virus ...
Although the risk to the U.S. is small, EMS providers should be educated on how to identify symptoms and treat Ebola patients ...
Although the drugs have been approved for use in West Africa, it would be months before more of the experimental treatment is available ...
Grady EMS’s special operations team had been ready for this type of transport for years; here’s how it all came together ...
Two Americans and a Spaniard have been treated with ZMapp, posing ethical questions as to why it hasn't been tried on Africans with the deadly virus ...
The vaccines now under development are not the same type of experimental drug that was given to a pair of American aid workers infected in Liberia and brought into the U.S. ...
Doctors will monitor an experimental drug never tested on humans; she and Dr. Kent Brantly arrived three days earlier and both are being treated in isolation ...
American Ebola patient Dr. Kent Brantly arrived by ambulance at Emory University Hospital ...