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Epidemic hemorrhagic fever

Hemorrhagic fever is epidemic hemorrhagic fever, also known as hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome. It is an important infectious disease endangering human health. It is a natural focal disease caused by epidemic hemorrhagic fever virus (hantavirus) with rats as the main infectious source. The main clinical manifestations were fever, hemorrhage, hyperemia, hypotension shock and renal damage. Epidemic hemorrhagic fever virus (EHFV) belongs to Bunyaviridae and hantavirus (HV), which is now collectively referred to as hantavirus (HV). Epidemic hemorrhagic fever virus is a membranous RNA virus, which has three forms: round, oval and long. The core of the virus is genomic RNA and nuclear shell, the outer layer is lipid double-layer envelope, and the surface is glycoprotein, with a diameter of 70 ~ 210nm.


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