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Science assignment on rabies
Transcript of Science assignment on rabies
Mucus,skin on the outer layer of you body
2nd line of defence-
Defensive cells in the bloodflow such as:
phagocytes, eosinophils, and natural killer cells.
3rd Line of defence-
The immune system then knows what it is targeting through memory. Symptoms 2.The symptoms of Rabies can include any of the following:
•Loss of feeling in areas of the body
•Loss of Muscle function
•Numbness and Tingling
•Pain at the site of the Bite
The Rabies virus travels from the wound to the Brain, causing the sufferer to have swelling and inflammation before the symptoms occur. Rarely Rabies leads to death, but most cases of death by Rabies are within Children. Rabies is currently not in Australia, but it is likely to surface through the introduction of unvaccinated and illegally migrated animals.
Vaccines There is a vaccine for the Rabies Virus it is a series of a preventive vaccine. This is generally given in 5 doses over 28 days. Most patients also receive a treatment called human rabies immunoglobulin (HRIG). Other steps to avoid Rabies are:
•To get your pets Vaccinated
•Avoid contact with Animals you don’t know
•If you do get bitten, wash the area immediately with soap and water for at least 5 minutes and then seek Medical attention.
Thank you By: Isaac Montebello and Liam Harvey