Ebola ebola virus

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Subjects: Ebola virus disease--Audio-visual aids
Viruses--Audio-visual aids
Diseases--Study and teaching
Health education--Audio-visual aids
Microbiology--Study and teaching--Audio-visual aids
Formats: Print
Material Type: Three-dimensional nonprojected graphic -- Monograph
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Wilmington, DE : Giantmicrobes, Inc., c2004
Series: Giantmicrobes by Drew Oliver
LC Classification: Q, QR
Physical Description: 1 soft toy : plush fabric, brown ; 21 x 8 x 8 cm
Alternate Titles: Ebola virus
Additional Authors: Oliver, Drew
Giantmicrobes (Firm)
Notes: UPC: 890242000124
Title from hang tag
Summary: Consists of a soft toy in the shape of an Ebola virus at one million times actual size
"Although the origins of Ebola hemorrhagic fever are unknown, the Ebola virus was first recognized in 1976 near the Ebola river in the Congo in Africa. [...] A short incubation period of 2 to 21 days presages symptoms which include fever, aches, sore throat, and weakness, followed by diarrhea, stomach pain, vomiting, and both internal and external bleeding. And then, for between 50-90% of victims, death [...]" -- Tag
IMC copy purchased with monies from the Richard & Dorothy Duncan Fund
Donation Info: Donor : Duncan, Richard
Donor : Duncan, Dorothy
OCLC Number: 61343502
ISBN/ISSN: 8902420001