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Rabies is a viral disease. If left untreated that it can be fatal. Rabies can infect nerve cells which are also called a neurotropic virus. Rabies is a Preventable viral disease and it is transmitted through the bite of a rated animal. The rabies virus damages the nervous system (CNS) of humans and can cause disease in the brain and ultimately cause death.

Symptoms Of Rabies disease:

  • Itching around the bite area.
  • Sensitive to touch and Sound
  • Tiredness
  • Loss of Appetite
  • Aggressiveness
  • Strange thoughts
  • Muscle spasm in the throat
  • Paralysis and coma
  • Hallucination and Hyperactivity
  • Confusion
  • flu
  • Hydrophobia (fear of water)
  • Insomnia
  • Excessive saliva, fever

Course Of Rabies disease:

The rabies virus is caused by a rabies infection. Raby’s genetic material is RNA so-called RNA virus. It is spread through the saliva of infected animals. Infected animals spread the virus by biting another unaffected person or animals.

Transmission of Rabies virus:

  • The bite of a Rabid animal, which may be a dog, Cat, ferret, Raccoons, fox, Skunks, or Bats.
  • Domestic animals are the most commonly observed animals in the transmission of the rabies virus.
  • Rabies virus transmits through direct contact like a mucous membrane, broken skin, Saliva, or wounds of infected animals.

Prevention of Rabies Disease:

Start immediate treatment after the bite of a rabid animal:

  • Keep Pet’s vaccines up to date.
  • Avoid contact with unknown or wild animals.
  • Avoid contact with domestic animals.
Rabies, Symptoms, Risk, Prevention, Treatent

Treatment of Rabies Disease:

The main treatment of rabies animals is:

  • To get vaccine
  • Immunoglobulin

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