Brooke Mancuso

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BACKGROUND Despite the notoriety of Ebola virus disease (EVD) as one of the world's most deadly infections, EVD has a wide range of outcomes, where asymptomatic infection may be almost as common as fatality. With increasingly sensitive EVD diagnosis, there is a need for more accurate prognostic tools that objectively stratify clinical severity to better(More)
BACKGROUND The non-specific symptoms of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) pose a major problem to triage and isolation efforts at Ebola Treatment Centres (ETCs). Under the current triage protocol, half the patients allocated to high-risk "probable" wards were EVD(-): a misclassification speculated to predispose nosocomial EVD infection. A better understanding of(More)
Introduction Existing EVD surveillance strategies in Sierra Leone use a centralized live alert system to refer suspect cases from the community to Ebola treatment centers. As EVD case burden declined in Port Loko District, so did the number of reported alerts. As EVD presents similarly to malaria, the number of alerts reported are expected to remain(More)
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