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Ebola Virus AppsEbola Virus Mobile Apps

This list of links to apps provides a comprehensive array of tools to rely on in preparing for and responding to the Ebola virus.


updated: 6 January, 2015

Icon Mobile Access Description
ITU Ebola-Info-Sharing ITU Ebola-Info-Sharing
Android
ITU Ebola-Info-Sharing - The International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the United Nations (UN) specialized agency for Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), has made freely available the "Ebola-Info-Sharing" smartphone application.

This App has been developed based on inputs from organizations involved in the Fight Against the Ebola Crisis who are working directly on the ground, in the Ebola-affected countries. The App focuses on sharing precise information on Ebola with the public and organizations.

Official news and key points on the map are available to the public.

Organizations have specific features for sharing useful information with staff on the ground, including contacts and ongoing discussions.
Ebola Virus Disease Prevention App Ebola Prevention App
Android
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Ebola Virus Disease Prevention App - At the moment Ebola Virus Disease has no licensed Cure or Vaccine, it can only be prevented easily

This free Mobile App is a must have as it helps you prevent this deadly high fatality rate disease anywhere you go around affected and unaffected regions all over the world.

Features of this App include

*Affected Area Mapping: App shows you your location in relation to affected areas around you on map, And gives you preventive measures to help you prevent this deadly disease

*Ebola Hot zone detection: The App tells you from time to time if your current location has been affected by Ebola Virus Disease Outbreak

*Preventive Measures: When you are in an Ebola affected area, The App notifies you and gives you preventive measures based on the proximity of your current location to affected areas

*Latest Info:Up to date Information on Ebola around you and from all over your region
*And Lots more...

This is a very indispensable tool if you are a frequent traveler, as it will help you stay safe wherever you go. And generally a Must have for everyone
Ebola Guidelines Ebola Guidelines
Android
This app was created by Medical eGuides using content from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It is provided Free of Charge 'as is' to provide Healthcare Personnel with guidelines on Ebola in an easy to use format, at the point of care.

Medical eGuides is a multi-award winning company based in Dublin, Ireland providing eHealth solutions to the Healthcare industry. Our solutions improve Patient Outcomes by giving Healthcare workers the correct information at the point of care and in an accessible format. Personnel always have the correct and most recent guidelines, as updates are pushed automatically to the app.

If you would like to discuss any requirements for delivery of app based clinical guidelines, please contact:
info@medicaleguides.com
About Ebola About Ebola
Android
This App is also available in Jola, Krio, Liberian English and Wolof.

Ebola is a type of virus that passes from wild animals to humans during contact, including hunting, handling, cooking and eating undercooked meat.

By taking simple precautions for you and your family, you can help to prevent the virus from spreading and help to protect your friends, your family and your community.

Please do your part to educate others about the Ebola virus so that we can work together to stop it! Educate your family and friends about the Ebola virus with this app. Talk openly about the risks and what you can do to protect yourself. Information is power!
Stop Ebola WHO Official Stop Ebola WHO Official
Android
iOS
This is World Health Organization Africa 's official mobile application to support the fight against Ebola.

Key features of the application (which is available in English and French) include:

- Preventive measures against Ebola virus.
- Testimonies from Ebola survivors.
- Frequently asked questions about Ebola.
- How to recognize Ebola?
- Reporting of a suspected case of Ebola to trigger an investigation.
- Ebola awareness feedback survey.
- Latest news about Ebola.
- WHO Contacts in countries.
- Local Ebola Treatment Centers detailed and updated information

You will also receive WHO alerts for important information in your area

The STOP EBOLA mobile app is a joint pro bono contribution of Congo Telecom and Sikiwis to World Health Organization Africa
HealthMap App HealthMap
iOS
Android
HealthMap App — HealthMap tracks disease outbreak information (social media, local news, etc.) in real time and lets you see all the current outbreaks around you. Thanks to the speed in which it promotes this data, it's been credited with spotting the Ebola outbreak nine days before the World Health Organization.
#ISurvivedEbola #ISurvivedEbola #ISurvivedEbola - A global campaign that places Ebola survivor stories at the center of efforts to inform, protect, and spread hope

The #ISurvivedEbola website houses the stories of a growing community of Ebola survivors from Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea and is part of the #TackleEbola initiative
Ebola Report Centre Ebola Report Centre
Google Play
EBOLA Report Centre (ERC) is an App created as an emergency response mechanism to assist in curtailing the Ebola Pandemic ravaging the West African Region and now resident in Nigeria. This service is free of charge.

Due to the monumental challenge presented by the rescue mission to curtail and deliver time-effective treatment and related solutions to victims of Ebola, ERC is created as the fastest platform for:

a. To take advantage of the ubiquitous mobile density in Nigeria to collect relevant Database on Ebola.

b. Act as an information centre for Health and Health Care delivery sector

c. Build a history of Ebola occurrence and statistical reference for future generation.
What is Ebola What is Ebola
iOS
Android
Ebola is the virus Ebolavirus (EBOV), a viral genus, and the disease Ebola hemorrhagic fever (EHF), a viral hemorrhagic fever (VHF). There are four recognised species within the ebolavirus genus, which have a number specific strains.

Ebola is a type of virus that passes from wild animals to humans during contact, including hunting, handling, cooking and eating undercooked meat.

Diagnosis >>> Other diseases that should be ruled out before a diagnosis of EVD can be made include: malaria, typhoid fever, shigellosis, cholera, leptospirosis, plague, rickettsiosis, relapsing fever, meningitis, hepatitis and other viral haemorrhagic fevers. By taking simple precautions for you and your family, you can help to prevent the virus from spreading and help to protect your friends, your family and your community.

This What is Ebola App help you to educate others about the Ebola virus so that you can stop it. and you can Educate your family and friends about the Ebola virus with this What is Ebola app. Talk openly about the risks and what you can do to protect yourself. Information is power!
ebola ebola
Android
Ebola hemorrhagic fever (Ebola HF) is one of numerous Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers. It is a severe, often fatal disease in humans and nonhuman primates (such as monkeys, gorillas, and chimpanzees).
- Transmission: How do people get Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever?
- Signs and Symptoms: What are the signs and symptoms?
- Risk of Exposure: Who is at risk?
- Diagnosis: How is it diagnosed?
- Treatment: How is it treated?
- Prevention: How can it be prevented?
Stop Ebola Stop Ebola
Android
Stop Ebola - Gives you information on what Ebola is all about, all the attributes, History and the origin of Ebola, Causes of ebola that one has to be aware of, All mode of transmission and their reservoirs Mappings and statistics of all the affected countries, conditions under which victims contracted the disease. How to treat patients with Ebola symptoms. Get to know the symptoms before you get infected. What i have to do to avoid been a victim of this disease ie prevention measures Who to contact when you have any doubt. Get real time notification on how to protect your self in every day activities.
Ebola Info Ebola Info
Android
Ebola Info provides quick information about the Ebola virus disease, the facts, fallacies and safety measures to help contain the virus outbreak in west Africa.
Supported Languages: English - French
Virus Tracker Virus Tracker
Android
Virus Tracker is an educational game that simulates the spread of a virus and illustrates the critical role of vaccination in combating a disease outbreak. Players start out infected with the Virus Tracker 'Zombie Virus', and can attain a 'Human' state by getting vaccinated through interaction with other players and the game system. Vaccinated players can seek out and vaccinate infected players, earning points and game standings. Infected and vaccinated players may also recruit other players into the game, also earning points. Virus mutations occur periodically, requiring players to obtain the latest vaccine before they return to a Zombie state. Players can transition between the two states throughout the game, depending on their responsiveness to the mutations and their interactions with other players.
Prevent Ebola Prevent Ebola
Android
Ebola hemorrhagic fever (Ebola HF) is a severe and sometimes-fatal disease in humans and primates, the precise origin of which remains unknown. Most researchers believe the disease is zoonotic, meaning "animal-borne." Named after the Ebola river in the Democratic Republic of Congo where the disease was first recognized, the disease has been confirmed in Gabon, Sudan, Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, the Ivory Coast, and Uganda, since its discovery in 1976. You can learn to avoid the infection, protect yourself from its effects, and what steps to take in the event you become infected.
Ebola (Español) Ebola (Español)
Android
Es importante cultivar conocimiento entre la sociedad, en esta caso tratando uno de los temas mas importantes en el ámbito medico del año 2014, por lo que LESGA Medic desplega esta aplicación De entre los aspectos que se tratan sobre el Ebola se encuentran los siguientes:
-Etiología
-Patogenia
-Diagnóstico
-Prevención
-Tratamiento
-Vectores de Transmisión
Ebola Outbreak Ebola Outbreak
Android
Ebola hemorrhagic fever (Ebola HF) is a severe and sometimes-fatal disease in humans and primates, the precise origin of which remains unknown. Most researchers believe the disease is zoonotic, meaning "animal-borne." Named after the Ebola river in the Democratic Republic of Congo where the disease was first recognized, the disease has been confirmed in Gabon, Sudan, Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, the Ivory Coast, and Uganda, since its discovery in 1976. You can learn to avoid the infection, protect yourself from its effects, and what steps to take in the event you become infected. To prevent this eat tulsi which helps a lot.
Ebola Virus Ebola Virus
Android
Ebola Infos en Français
Ebola News in English
Ebola noticias en español
Ebola Nachrichten Deutsch
Ebola News Update Ebola News Update
Android
Take care your family and your lover from Ebola by watching and update EBOLA's news feed on your mobile.

Get up to date information and news about the Ebola disease with Globalization report in all country around the world in one source.

All declare from "International Health Emergency", victims has raise in any country with the news figure from "World Health Organization" (WHO).
  Breaking News - Ebola Virus Find out first with the Breaking News app
Download the free app for iOSAndroid,Windows Phone, and more
Ebola virus news alerts Ebola virus news alerts
Android
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is the world's deadliest to date. This app provide the latest news about the Ebola virus disease woldwide!

Ebola virus disease (EVD) or Ebola hemorrhagic fever (EHF) is a disease of humans and other primates caused by an ebolavirus. Symptoms start two days to three weeks after contracting the virus, with a fever, sore throat, muscle pain and headaches. Typically, vomiting, diarrhea and rash follow, along with decreased functioning of the liver and kidneys. Around this time, affected people may begin to bleed both within the body and externally.
Ebola News Alert Ebola News Alert
Android
Stay up to date with the latest news about Ebola with this application. Read the latest articles related to ebola that are published on the internet. This application is a news feed reader and uses a custom created rss feed of Google News. Do not let the future surprise you. Be prepared!
TNSR = TallSnail News Reader
Sierra Leone Ebola Trends Sierra Leone Ebola Trends
Android
Sierra Leone Ebola Trends brings you an insight of how the ebola viral disease (EVD) has ravaged the people of Sierra Leone and West Africa as a whole.

The Salone Ebola App is all about trends, awareness, daily alerts and spotlights of the disease in Sierra Leone, how it has evolved since first diagnosed, and its damaging effect to the nation of Sierra Leone for many years to come.
Guide For Ebola Virus Guide For Ebola Virus
Android

Guide For Ebola Virus - The virus may be acquired upon contact with blood or bodily fluids of an infected animal.

[1] Spreading through the air has not been documented in the natural environment.

[2] Fruit bats are believed to be a carrier and may spread the virus without being affected. Once human infection occurs, the disease may spread between people, as well. Male survivors may be able to transmit the disease via semen for nearly two months. To make the diagnosis, typically other diseases with similar symptoms such as malaria, cholera and other viral hemorrhagic fevers are first excluded. To confirm the diagnosis, blood samples are tested for viral antibodies, viral RNA, or the virus itself.

In App you can find more content and this topic below.
1. Blood Borne Infections
2. Degree Careers in Biology
3. Ebola Virus Infection
4. Ebola hemorrhagic fever
5. Ebola in the air A nightmare that could happen and more....

Ebola - News, Maps, Info Ebola - News, Maps, Info
Android
This one app will show you the latest news about the Ebola virus. View a time-map of where the confirmed cases of Ebola infections are. Learn about Ebola and what you need to do in order to keep yourself safe and healthy. We aggregate Ebola epidemic news from Bing and HealthMap. We also include information from CDC and Wikepedia. We will soon include more information from the World Health Organization and other sources.
The Virus Ebola The Virus Ebola
Android
The 2014 Ebola outbreak is one of the largest Ebola outbreaks in history and the first in West Africa. It is affecting four countries in West Africa: Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone, but does not pose a significant risk to the U.S. public. Currently, there is no vaccine. Treatment consists only of "supportive therapy," according to the CDC. There are several vaccines being tested. None are available for clinical use. Learn more about Ebola virus in order to protect yourself from disease.

Ebola Virus 2014 App Contents:
- What is Ebola virus?
- Signs and Symptoms.
- Previous Ebola virus disease outbreaks.
- Transmission
- Diagnosis
- Vaccine and treatment
- Natural host of Ebola virus
- Ebola virus in animals: Prevention and control
- What you need to know about Ebola virus to protect yourself.
SenStopEbola SenStopEbola
Android
SenStopEbola est une application de sensibilisation dans la lutte contre EBOLA. Elle est aussi une source dinformations continue sur lépidémie, et sensibilise également dans les langues locales avec du contenu multimédia.
MSF Guidance MSF Guidance
Android
iOS
MSF guidance is an easily searchable app with all the latest MSF clinical protocols and essential drug information for medical field workers. All content can be downloaded before mission and accessed at any time.

We welcome any comments from field workers to improve this app and other additional features you need.

Improved access to clinical guidelines can improve patient care. The Open Medicine Project (TOMPSA) is a non-profit company specializing in mobile technology. We believe in improving access to clinical information to capacitate healthcare workers all around the world.

It includes the MSF guidelines on Ebola and Marburg.
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