2020 - VOL XXII ISSUE I

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Dr. Shrikrishna Isloor
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FACTORS INFLUENCING THE PERFORMANCE OF ANTI RABIES VACCINES IN DOGS
Lekshmi J., Das, Shrkrishna Isloor, Sharada, R. and Rathnamma
Factors affecting rabies vaccination, Vaccination, Immune response, Rabies
India is considered to be endemic for rabies with dogs playing a major role as vectors in it’s transmission to human beings and other animals with special reference to the livestock. Thus, to control rabies in dogs, vaccination is the most practical approach. Cell culture based inactivated rabies v
ASSESSMENT OF KNOWLEDGE ON ANIMAL BITE AND ITS FIRST AID MEASURES AMONG SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE URBAN FIELD PRACTICE AREA OF S.C.B. MEDICAL COLLEGE, CUTTACK
Choudhury Sumitra Swain1, Dr. Tapas Ranjan Behera2
Rabies, Animal Bite Management, School Teachers, Awareness, Knowledge
Rabies is a fatal viral zoonotic disease but can be prevented by timely and appropriate post exposure prophylaxis. The large number of deaths due to rabies can be attributed to the fact that in spite of availability of effectIve vaccination against animal bite, people are unaware of various aspects
KNOWLEDGE REGARDING RABIES PREVENTION AMONG ASHA IN A TRIBAL BLOCK OF ODISHA
Giri Mamata Rani1, Dash Manoj Kumar2*, Kar Krishna3
Knowledge, Rabies, ASHA
Rabies is a communicable disease which is 100% fatal as well as preventable. ASHAs are the grass root level persons coming in contact with the family directly. So they can guide the family in a proper way after any animal bite cases to avoid the myths and save the life
RABIES CASE IN A YOUNG ADULT MALE FROM A VILLAGE NEAR BELLARY DISTRICT, KARNATAKA
Ramesh Masthi NR, Sanjay TV, Afraz Jahan*, Thenambigai R, Nitu Kumari Sweta Balappa Athani
Rabies, Post exposure prophylaxis ,wound management
A case of rabies in a 26 year old male from a village in rural Karnataka is presented here. The patient developed Rabies 4 months after exposure to a suspected rabid dog following the incomplete administration of the post exposure prophylaxis. Lack of awareness among the local treating physician on
MANAGEMENT OF SEVERE ANIMAL BITE WOUND : FEW OBSERVATIONS
Dr Sumit Poddar1*, J K Singh2
Rabies, Severe Animal Bite, Wound Management
Rabies is a 100% fatal but completely preventable, viral zoonotic disease of the CNS and also given low public health importance. India is an endemic country for rabies. Annually, nearly 12,700 Indians die of rabies while around 3 million people are rescued by post exposure treatment. Management of
AWARENESS OF MULTIPURPOSE HEALTH WORKER MALE REGARDING RABIES AND ITS PREVENTION
Durga Madhab Satapathy1, Shrabani Palai2*, Sithun Patro2
Rabies, Health worker male, Awareness, practice
Rabies is a highly fatal zoonotic disease which is given low public health importance. India is an endemic country for rabies. Health Worker Males are the first line service providers in the community. So it is important to know their awareness regarding the disease rabies and its management.
EVALUATION OF BRAIN SAMPLE COLLECtiON THROUGH FORAMEN MAGNUM VIS-A-VIS CONVENTIONAL SKULL OPEN METHODS FOR DIAGNOSIS OF RABIES IN SUSPECTED ANIMALS
Mohamed Ghouse H1*, Shrikrishna Isloor2, Satyanarayan, M.L.3 and Gyanendra Gongal4
Rabies, Brain sample collection, Foramen Magnum approach, Artificial Insemination sheath
Laboratory based diagnosis of rabies in animals is the pre requisite for institution of suitable control strategies. However, this depends on the submission of quality brain samples to the laboratory. Presently, collection and submission of brain samples from field for the laboratory confirmation o
IMPACT OF HEALTH EDUCATION ON KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE ON PREVENTION OF RABIES AMONG MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS: AN INTERVENTIONAL STUDY
Jithin Surendran1, Nitu Kumari1, Ramya M.P.2, Ravish H.S.3
Impact, education, knowledge, attitude, prevention of rabies, medical professionals
Rabies is a 100% vaccine-preventable disease, the attending physician should have correct knowledge and favorable attitude to provide timely and complete post exposure prophylaxis to prevent rabies, for all exposures to potential rabid animals
RABIES IN SQUIRREL AND OTHER WILD ANIMALS
Omesh Kumar Bharti1*, Inuk Jayasuriya2, Vasantha Jayasuriya2
RABIES IN SQUIRREL AND OTHER WILD ANIMALS
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