How to cure Rabies?
Rabies is a viral infection that is usually transmitted through the bite of an infected animal, such as a dog, cat, bat, or raccoon.
It is a serious & potentially fatal disease, but there are effective treatments available if it is caught early.
The treatment for rabies usually involves a series of injections that are given over several weeks.
The injections are usually given in the arm, & they contain a medication called rabies immune globulin (RIG), which helps the body fight the virus, as well as a vaccine that helps the body develop immunity to the virus.
If a person is bitten by an animal that is suspected of having rabies, they should seek medical attention immediately.
The wound should be cleaned thoroughly with soap & water, & the person should receive a tetanus shot if they have not had one in the past five years.
The first dose of the rabies vaccine & RIG should be given as soon as possible after the bite, ideally within 24 hours. Additional doses of the vaccine are given on days 3, 7, & 14 after the first dose.
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