At Kenema Government Medical center, all the individuals were treated by workers who were skilled in the care of sufferers with viral hemorrhagic fever, and all of the patients received intravenous liquids and other supportive care. Because local staff members had knowledge in controlling viral hemorrhagic fever, they were ready to provide clinical care for highly infectious individuals and undertake invasive techniques that provided the basis for this data set. As the EVD outbreak in West Africa continues to spread on an unprecedented scale, the challenge of providing the most effective patient treatment is compounded.Kaiser Health Information, an independent news service editorially, is a scheduled plan of the Kaiser Family members Foundation, a nonpartisan healthcare policy research firm unaffiliated with Kaiser Permanente.
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