Evaluation Criteria and Guidelines:
Ebola Information for Health Professionals
If evaluating a patient suspected to have Ebola virus disease, call the Minnesota Department of Health at 651-201-5414.
- Identify, Isolate, Inform: Emergency Department Evaluation and Management of Patients with Possible Ebola Virus Disease (PDF)
This infographic describes ambulatory care evaluation and triage of patients with possible Ebola virus disease including PPE. Attn: Non-MDH link.
Person Under Investigation:
A person who has both consistent signs or symptoms and risk factors as follows:
- Elevated body temperature or subjective fever
OR symptoms including:
- severe headache
- muscle pain
- abdominal pain
- unexplained hemorrhage
- An epidemiologic risk factor within the 21 days before the onset of symptoms
A Person Under Investigation with laboratory-confirmed diagnostic evidence of Ebola virus infection.
- CDC: Information for Healthcare Workers and Settings
Patient evaluation algorithms and checklists, guidance and recommendations, case definitions, and more.