In order to prevent Ebola, one must not come into contact with any individual who already has the disease. Ebola spreads through health-care facilities quickly. Individuals with this disease should be isolated. While accomplishing this task, the health care professional must wear masks, gloves, gowns, and goggles. This deadly disease is challenging to contain. At this point there are not many effective Ebola vaccinations. Scientists have tested rodents to create a vaccination and have discovered one in their studies, but they need to transfer it to human form. Ebola vaccinations have been made, but they are only 25-50% reliable.
Up to this point, there is no cure for Ebola nor have there been any antiviral medications that fight the disease in humans. However, there have been vaccines that help protect monkeys from Ebola. Individuals with the disease are usually hospitalized in intensive care and if one survives, he or she may have unusual side effects that may include hair loss and sensory changes. If a person visits somewhere where Ebola is present, one needs to contact his health advisor. Early treatment may help the chances of survival.