Guide for Clinicians Evaluating an Ill Person for Ebola Disease

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2023). Guide for Clinicians Evaluating an Ill Person for Ebola Disease. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
This guide provides information for healthcare providers on evaluating a patient potentially exposed to ebolavirus. It includes information on exposure risk factors and symptoms of Ebola disease, consultation with local, tribal, state, or territorial health departments after a patient is safely isolated, and a testing algorithm for determining when to test an individual with suspected Ebola disease.
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