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Transcript of rabies
is a viral infection from virus.
Rabies is commanly found in infected saliva from warm blooded animals.
the saliva is transmitted to the brain whitch causes the brain to swell up, and cause you death if not treated. by ysabel busteed
how dose rabies spread rabies is spread by infected saliva.
It access the body the through a bite.
then the saliva makes its way to the brain.
symptoms during the three weeks and two months the viruse making its ways to the brain.
The viruse has done this millions of times so the virus is very good at hiding from the immune system, so the body cant build its defences against the virus. It would mainly take three weeks and two months for the symtomes to show.
Somtimes it would take a year.
Anxiety, stress, and tension
loss of feeling in an area of the body
Loss of muscle function
Low-grade fever (102 degrees F or lower)
Numbness and tingling
Pain at the site of the bite
Swallowing difficulty- hurts to swallo your food or drink.... exetra. treatment when you think you have been bitten by an infected animal with rabies, you should see a docter strat away. Because once the symptomes appering medical treatment is rairly succesful. immunoglobulins vaccination – immune system chemicals that fight the virus
rabies vaccination, and if you get rabies vaccination you must take the full cource which is a total of 3 vaccination bali hit by rabies Act quickly if an animal bites Wash the wound well with soap and water.
See a doctor right away, even if you don’t feel sick or your wound is not serious. To prevent rabies, you may need to start a series of vaccinations immediately. The rabies in Bali continue to rise, Indonesia confirming there are no longer any areas that are free from rabies
5 people died in Bali from rabies, this year
it is possible the number could be higher because people are getting lazy to report that they got rabies.
Bali Health Office chief Nyoman Sutedja has confirmed the disease has now spread to every district on the main island.
Nusa Penida which at this momant is free from rabies. statistics on rabies In 2001, 7,437 cases of rabies were reported in the United States
There was one case of rabies in humans during 2001 and three cases in 2002 Raccoons accounted for almost 40 percent of reported cases among animals. Hawaii is the only state that has never reported a rabies case, in humans or animals Wild animals accounted for 93 percent of reported cases of rabies in 2001. wild animal with rabies Raccoons (37.2 percent of all animal cases during 2001) Skunks (30.7 percent) Bats (17.2 percent) Foxes (5.9 percent)
Other wild animals, including rodents and lagomorphs (0.7 percent).
Wild animals accounted for 93 percent of reported cases of rabies in 2001. Other wild animals, including rodents and lagomorphs (0.7 percent).
Outbreaks of rabies infections in terrestrial mammals like raccoons, skunks, foxes, and coyotes are found in broad geographic regions across the United States. human rabies In this century, the number of human deaths in the United States attributed to rabies has declined from 100 or more each year, to an average of 1 or 2 each year. First, animal control and vaccination programs, begun in the 1940s, have practically eliminated domestic dogs as reservoirs of rabies in the United States. Second, effective human rabies vaccines and immune globulins have been developed. where is rabies found Rabies is commonly found in all U.S. states except Hawaii. It is also found in Canada, Mexico, bali and many other countries around the world. prevention
Keep vaccinations current for all dogs, cats, and ferrets. This is important not only to keep your pets from getting rabies but also to keep you from getting a viruse
Do not let pets roam. Keep your pets under direct supervision so they do not come in contact with wild animals.
Never adopt wild animals or bring them into your home.
stay away from wild animals