90% Lethal Dangerous Virus Is Spreading All over the World, and Plasma Biomimetic Sterilization Technology Is on the Market
Deadly virus is spreading in the world. Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever (EHF) is an acute hemorrhagic infectious disease caused by Ebola Virus. People, who are infected with EHF, are mainly caused by contacting with body fluids, secretions and excretions of patients or infected animals. The clinical manifestations are mainly protrusion fever, hemorrhage and multiple organ damage. The fatality rate of EHF is high, reaching 50%—90%. The fatality rate of EHF is high, reaching 50%-90%. The disease was first discovered in Africa in 1976. It is currently prevalent in Uganda, Congo, Gabon, Sudan, Cô te d 'Ivoire, South Africa, Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and other African countries. Suspected EHF cases continue to appear in Rwanda recently. At present, there is no vaccine to prevent EHF, and disinfection of living environment and personal hygiene has become a key measure.