2021 - VOL XXII ISSUE II

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Guest Editor Article
Dr. Umesh Kumar Bharti
Rabies is a zoonotic disease transmitted by the bites of rabid animals especially dogs. Since centuries scientists are trying hard to find ways to beat the virus and control rabies but have failed to control this vaccine preventable disease. In last few years many new advances have been made by res
THE ONGOING COVID -19 PANDEMIC AND ANIMALS: AN APPRAISAL
Dr. M. K. Sudarshan
In December, 2019, the Covid -19 pandemic, caused by SARS Cov-2 virus, originated from Wuhan, China, supposedly from a live animal market, as a zoonoTIc disease
Rabies in Wildlife - A Threat!
Tajunnisa M.1, Isloor S.1 and Mohmed Salman2
Dogs are the principal reservoirs of rabies virus in developing countries and are responsible for majority (97%) of human infections. Other reservoirs and important vectors of rabies virus include wild and domestic Canidae, including wolves, foxes, coyotes, jackals, bats, cats, monkeys, s
A STUDY ON CLINICAL SAFETY OF RABIES MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY AMONG CHILDREN IN COMPARISON WITH EQUINE RABIES IMMUNOGLOBULIN
Prof Durga Madhab Satapathy1, Dr. Sangeeta Das2, Dr. Sanjaya Kumar Sahoo2, Dr. Nivedita Karmee3, Dr. Smitanjali Samal4
AnTI rabies vaccine, Post exposure prophylaxis, Rabies Monoclonal anTIbody (R Mab)
Background: Rabies is an acute zoonoTIc disease, which significantly impacts global public health. Worldwide India is reported to have the highest incidence of Rabies. Death from rabies can be prevented by TImely and appropriate post exposure prophylaxis including wound cleaning, active and passive
INTRAMUSCULAR RABIES IMMUNOGLOBULIN (IM-RIG) FOR POST-BITE RABIES PREVENTION IS WORSE THAN USELESS
Omesh Kumar BharTI1 David C Anderson2
Rabies, Rabies Immunoglobulins, Post Exposure Prophylaxis
Rabies, a zoonosis that is 100% fatal once symptoms of the disease appear, however Rabies is almost 100% preventable if the prophylacTIc measures with proper wound wash, vaccines and Immunoglobulins are taken soon after exposure to animal bite. A general tendency has been noticed among clinicians a
EPIDEMIOLOGICAL PROFILE OF ANIMAL BITES CASES IN THE ANTI RABIES CLINIC OF TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL, J.L.N. MEDICAL COLLEGE, AJMER: A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY
Dr. (Mrs.) Renu Bedi 1 Dr. Vinod Kumar Saini 2
Animal bite, dog bite, grade of bite, TCV (Tissue Culture Vaccine)
Rabies is an acute viral disease, highly fatal most painful and dreadful of all communicable diseases transmitted to human and animals through saliva of animals during their bites. In India, Dog bite is the major responsible causes of human rabies and is accountable approximately for 95% of cases a
DIAGNOSING RABIES CASES IN ANIMALS THROUGH COLLECTION OF BRAIN SAMPLE THEOUGH FORAMEN MAGNUM IN SHIVAMOGGA DIST
Dr Sunil Kumar K M 1 Dr Shrikrishna Isloor 2
Rabies is regarded as one of the most important zoonotic disease in the world. Commonly known as hydrophobia in man, it is a viral disease that affects the central nervous system (CNS) of humans and warm blooded animals
EPIDEMIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF CANINE RABIES BASED ON USER FRIENDLY MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY BASED IMMUNOCHROMATOGRAPHY IN AND AROUND SHIVAMOGGA OF KARNATAKA STATE
Dr. Ganesh Udupa K.1 , Dr. Tajunnisa M3, Dr. Malatesh D.S.1, Dr. Suresh Patel R.1, Dr. Chaitra G. R.1, Dr. Ravikumar B.P.1, and Dr. Shrikrishna Isloor2
The present study was carried out to investigate the epidemiological aspects of canine rabies in and around Shivamogga of Karnataka state during two years period from January 2018 to December 2019.
MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT WOUND MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES DUE TO ANIMAL BITE AMONG TRAINEE STUDENTS OF A PRIVATE NURSING CARE INSTITUTE IN HARYANA
Dr Ramesh Kumar Verma 1, Gajraj Kaushik 2 Dr Minakshi Kharb 3
Rabies is a zoonotic viral disease of mammals that is transmitted from animals to humans, although there have been exceptional reported cases of direct human-to-human transmission and indirect transmission via infected transplants.1, 2, 3 The number of human deaths globally due to dog-mediated rabi
PATTERN AND TRENDS OF ANIMAL EXPOSURE AMONG PATIENTS ATTENDING PREVENTIVE CLINIC DURING COVID19 LOCKDOWN
Dr. Pranav V Vasisht1
Animal-bite, rabies, patterns, trends, lockdown
Rabies is one of the leading cause of deaths worldwide. It has a case fatality rate of almost 100%. it is a zoonotic disease transmitted by the bite of rabid animals. Following an outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease in 2020 a nation wide lockdown was declared in India. Lockdown came into eiec
DOG-BITE CASES IN THE TVC, KHANAPARA – A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY
Dr. Shivani Pradhan1, Dr.(Mrs.) JyoTI B DuTTa2, Dr. Arup K. Sharma3, Dr. Mrinal Kr. Nath4, Dr. B. C. Baishya5
Rabies remains an under-reported neglected fatal zoonotic viral disease with almost a cent per cent case fatality rate in animals and humans, contradictory to the disease being 100 per cent preventable with timely administration of Rabies Immunoglobulin (RIG)
ANTI RABIES VACCINATION IN PRESENCE OF COVID 19 AFFECTED PATIENT ACCIDENTALLY ASSOCIATED WITH HIV INFECTION
Dr Sumit Poddar 1, Dr. Dipankar Mukherjee 2, Ms Rituparna Roy 3
The purpose of this case report is to point out for a fixed guideline of AnTI Rabies vaccination in presence of SARS- CoV-2 infection and also associated with other Immuno Compromised disease
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