2020 - VOL. XXI ISSUE II

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Rabies prophylaxis: What is new in WHO, 2018 recommendations & its implementation in India - A commentary
Dr. M. K. Sudarshan
Rabies prophylaxis, rabies vaccine, rabies immunoglobulin, rabies monoclonal antibody
The World Health Organization following expert reviews and consultations recently in 2018 released two documents i. e. Technical Report Series on rabies, no. 1012 and Position Paper on rabies vaccines in weekly epidemiological record, no. 16. In India, the last national guidelines on rabies prophyl
Improving Vaccination coverage of Humans as well as Dogs – Two important steps towards Elimination of Rabies
Dr. Prasanna Deshpande, Dr. S. Sai Krishna, Dr. Devi Prasad Sahoo
Rabies is being targeted for elimination from India by 2030. It requires combined e?orts of government agencies, medical and veterinary professionals, private and non-government organizations as well as industry bodies involved with manufacture and supply of biologicals used for prevention of Rabie
Rabies in wildlife -a review in Indian context
S. K Mukhopadhyay & D. Borkotoky
Rabies is a latin word that means ‘madness’. Rabies is one of the most important viral zoonotic diseases a?ecting man and warm blooded animal. The disease has been observed in free and captive carnivores more than any other mammalian species. Urban and sylvatic are two epidemiological cycles mainta
Out of pocket expenditure for availing rabies post exposure prophylaxis
Ramya MP, Ravish HS, Nitu Kumari, Jithin Surendran
The out of pocket expenditure for rabies post exposure prophylaxis is substantial and is borne by those who can least a?ord it. This depends on route of vaccine administration and the type of rabies immunoglobulin used; in addition, there are indirect expenses such as travel, loss of wages, food an
A prospective study on psychological impact in children after dog bite injuries in Bengaluru urban
Dr Kishore SG, Dr Deepak Murthy HJ, Dr Ranganath TS, Dr Anil Kumar, Mr Vishwanatha V Neela
Dog bite, Acute stress disorder, Post-traumatic stress disorder
Introduction: Dogs are important members of many families in many countries. However, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in children after animal attacks has always been underestimated, and a more detailed study of PTSD in children after animal attacks is needed.
Seasonal Trend of Animal Bite Victims Attending Anti Rabies Clinic of A Tertiary Care Hospital, Berhampur, Odisha.
Prof. Durga Madhab Satapathy, Dr. Nivedita Karmeee, Dr. P. Narmada Reddy, Dr. Debasish Pandit
Rabies, Seasonal trend, Epidemiological triad, Intervention strategy.
Rabies is a fatal viral zoonosis and a serious public health problem. It is 100% fatal yet preventable disease. It is a disease of the central nervous system caused by the bites of warm-blooded animals and transmitted to humans through animal bites, most commonly by dogs. The cases for post-exposur
Safety and immunogenicity of Rabies Human Monoclonal Antibody (Rabishield) in a category III rabid dog bite: A case report
Tapas Ranjan Behera, Swetaleena Ashe
Rabies Monoclonal Antibody, Essen Regimen, Anti Rabies Treatment
The purpose of this case study is to re-establish the safety and immunogenicity of Rabies Human Monoclonal Antibody in Category III dog bite. A 7 years male child presented with a lacerated wound over the leG palm following bite from a suspected rabid dog. He was administered Purified Vero cell Rab
Serum Sickness should not rule out Equine Rabies Immunoglobulin Administration - A Case Study
Santoshinee Rout1, Tapas Ranjan Behera2
Serum Sickness, Equine Rabies Immunoglobulin, Adverse Drug Reaction Monitoring, Rabies, Anti- Rabies Vaccination
A forty years old Hindu male presented to the Anti-Rabies Clinic of a tertiary care hospital with rashes all over the body associated with myalgia and mild fever following treatment with Anti-Rabies vaccine and Equine Rabies Immunoglobulin (ERIG) for Category III dog bite injury. On seventh day of
Street dog survey
Dr. Srikrishna Isloor (Team Member)
Executive summary
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