Discusses medical management of animal bites, animal rabies surveillance, animal bite investigation, domestic animal isolation procedures, laboratory diagnosis of rabies, and answers questions about rabies. 9 tables, 10 figures, 4 appendices.by the Director of the Department of Health Services in consultation with the Rabies Advisory Committees. ... However, it does allow protection for potential further exposures during the six month quarantine. ... known to potentially have infectious saliva for prolonged periods prior to showing signs of rabies (skunks 8 days, bats 12 days) , and the animals may survive for weeks after developing symptoms.
|Title||:||Guidelines for the Treatment, Investigation, and Control of Animal Bites|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1993-09-01|