How we treated Ebola patients with no drugs or vaccines – Prof. Akin Osibogun, CMD, LUTH
How was that possible without vaccines or drugs?
We needed to understand what was the pathophysiology of the virus. I mean what it causes in the body. Once there is a high fever, the patient starts losing water, fluid and electrolytes because the high fever drains the fluid. Once there is diarrhea and vomiting, the patient loses even more fluid and electrolytes and the patient starts going down. By the time it gets to the stage that the patient is bleeding, you have lost that patient, because he has lost so much. But if you catch them early and as they are losing the fluid, you are replacing the fluid, not necessarily IV, just put a lot of oral dehydration therapy with the patient and be encouraging him to be drinking it, you are replacing the fluid being lost and got them healed without vaccine.
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Exactly two months after a witches conference was held in Afuze, Nigeria, wherein the Wise ones announced that the leaders of the Boko Haram terrorists was dead meat for their dastardly actions, the Nigerian military confirms that Shekau/Bashir is dead.
By Russia’s foreign minister Sergey V. Lavrov
The world is changing, the share of the United States and Europe in the global GDP is shrinking, there have emerged new centers of economic growth and financial power, whose political influence has been soaring accordingly.
Pre 1960 Reconstruction
Pre 1960 Aerial Photos
Stonehenge different eras compared
Quietly, without much public fuss or discussion, a new ruling class has risen in the richer nations.
These men and women are unelected and tend to shun the publicity hogged by the politicians with whom they co-exist.
MINISTER of Health, Professor Onyebuchi Chukwu, on Tuesday, said only one Ebola patient remained in isolation in the country, down from the 13 cases it confirmed since the outbreak of the virus in July.
Respecting Mugabe: Pope Francis bows his head for the 89-year-old Zimbabwean president as they meet at St Peter’s Basilica during the inaugural Mass of the new pope.