ECDC Ebola protocols can likely detect Ebola patients, but fail to treat them effectively

ECDC Ebola protocols can likely detect Ebola patients, but fail to treat them effectively

October 25, 2014
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The ECDC protocol for detecting Ebola patients asks most of the right questions to detect a potential Ebola patient, even if it doesn’t recommend all the right measures, such as mandatory quarantine.

http://www.ecdc.europa.eu/en/publications/Publications/ebola-public-health-contact-management.pdf

“Definition of contact persons
A contact person of an EVD case is a person not currently presenting symptoms, who has or may have been in contact with an EVD case, with bodily fluids of a case, or with a soiled environment. The associated risk of infection depends on the level of exposure, which will in turn determine the type of monitoring.”

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