antirabies

antirabies

(ˌæntɪˈreɪbiːz)
adj
acting against or preventing rabies
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There are antirabies vaccination drives by private organizations and the government, but after the drive those animals will start to reproduce again.
JULY 6 1885: Louis Pasteur administered his first successful treatment with an antirabies vaccine.
No antirabies virus antibodies were detected in serum or CSF.
We stress on the need of neurological evaluation, adequate resuscitation, antirabies immunoglobulins, antibiotics, and required wound coverage in such cases to decrease the chances of intracranial infections.
Although the DOH does not include antirabies vaccines in its expanded program for immunization for children, preexposure and postexposure vaccines are available.
Among the study subjects, only 27.1% knew about the number of doses for anti-rabies vaccine to be administered for PEP and 56.7% knew about the correct site of administration of antirabies vaccine.
Between day 7 and day 21, an increase of 70% in the titre value of IgY antibodies has been observed in the test chicken immunized with antirabies antigen.
In another study done by Singh US, et al.9 86.6% of individuals were aware about antirabies vaccine and 24.4% knew that pet dogs need vaccine against rabies; 31.1% would like to apply first aid measure and 36.4% will visit to doctor and rest either do nothing or adopt some religious practices to prevent the development of rabies; 86.6% of individuals were aware about anti-rabies vaccine and 24.4% knew that pet dogs need vaccine against rabies.
With nearly 9,000 dog bite cases-- 30 per cent from East Delhi-- reported every year in the Capital, there is an urgent need for the antirabies serum.
Life saving medicines, including antisnake bite serum, antirabies and such other have been provided in plenty," he said.