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         Rabies:     more books (100)
  1. The Natural History of Rabies, 2nd Edition by George M. Baer, 1991-03-26
  2. The Zombie Code: Keys to Unlocking Your Undead Destiny by Mark Raby, 2010-10-01
  3. The Government Inspector. by Nikolai Vasilevich Gogol, Peter Raby, 1998-01-01
  4. Rabies and Hydrophobia: Their History, Nature, Causes, Symptoms, and Prevention (1872) by George Fleming, 2009-06-25
  5. Rabies: The Facts
  6. Rabies and Hydrophobia: Their History, Nature, Causes, Symptoms, and Prevention by George Fleming, 2010-01-11
  7. Introduction to Federal Taxation/1991 by William L. Raby, Victor H. Tidwell, et all 1990-09
  8. Laboratory Techniques in Rabies by M.M. Kaplan, H. Koprowski, et all 1996-04
  9. The Cambridge Companion to Harold Pinter (Cambridge Companions to Literature)
  10. Alfred Russel Wallace: A Life by Peter Raby, 2002-09-01
  11. Notitia venatica: a treatise on fox-hunting : embracing the general management of hounds and the diseases of dogs : including distemper and rabies, also kennel lameness, its cause and cure by Robert T. 1804-1879 Vyner, 2010-05-15
  12. Mad Dogs and Englishmen: Rabies in Britain, 1830-2000 (Science, Technology and Medicine in Modern History) by Neil Pemberton, Michael Worboys, 2007-11-15
  13. Rabies in Europe: First International Conference Kiev, Ukraine, 15-18 June, 2005 (Developments in Biologicals) by International Conference on Rabies in Eu, B. Dodet, 2006-05-31
  14. Ruth Fielding at Sunrise farm: or, what became of the Raby orphans by Alice B Emerson, 2010-09-06

21. Rabies Irish Folk Rock - Startseite
Recklinghausen, Germany band playing Irish traditionals mixed with contemporary rock music. Site features news, MP3 downloads, lyrics and contact information.
Rabies ist... ... offenbar eine Irish Folk Rock-Band aus Recklinghausen im Ruhrgebiet.
Grosse Musik geht
um die Welt Rabies sind live zu sehen...
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Die aktuelle CD... "Bad Ass Molly" und kann Mehr Folk-Seiten Das große Paddy-Gewinnspiel für den Monat September Es ist vollbracht! Der glückliche Gewinner des aktuellen Rabies-Albums "Bad Ass Molly" heißt: Christian Pabst. "Cork" . Wir gratulieren dem Gewinner ganz herzlich und danken allen, die an dem Gewinnspiel teilgenommen haben! Gebt nicht auf; versucht es erneut; Gott liebt auch euch! Wie heißt der Schmuggler-Weggefährte von "Old Snyver", der in einem beliebten Rabies-Song auftaucht, welcher nach einer kleinen Gemeinde im Osten Irlands benannt ist? Zu gewinnen gibt es auch diesmal eine "Bad Ass Molly"-CD. Eure Antworten schickt einfach an unsere E-Mail-Adresse Guitar Hero der Woche
farblich elegant kombiniert
Spam me up, Scotty

22. Rabies Home Page
Welcome to the rabies Research and Development Unit Website

rabies is an infectious disease of animals caused by a bulletshaped, Very similar picture to human rabies. In the stage of excitement the animal may
Rabies is an infectious disease of animals caused by a bullet-shaped, enveloped RNA virus, 180 x 75 nm. Man is occasionally infected, and once infection is established in the CNS, the outcome is almost invariably fatal HUMAN RABIES
Is acquired from virus in saliva entering a bite wound caused by an infected animal, usually a rabid dog. The severity of the bite determines the risk of infection. The disease does not usually spread from man to man. Incubation
After inoculation, the virus enters small nerve endings at the site of the bite. The virus slowly travels up the nerve to reach the CNS where it replicates and then travels down nerves to the salivary glands where there is further replication. The time it takes to do this depends upon the length of the nerve - a bite on the foot will have a very much longer incubation period than a bite on the face. The incubation period may last from two weeks to six months . Very often the primary wound is healed and forgotten by the time of clinical presentation. Clinical Presentation
A) Furious Rabies

When the virus reaches the CNS the patient presents with headache, fever, irritability, restlessness and anxiety.

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25. HPA - Infections Topics A-Z Rabies
rabies. rabies is an acute viral infection that is nearly always fatal.

26. EMedicine - Rabies : Article By John Bertolini, MD
rabies rabies is a viral disease of the central nervous system (CNS); it is one of the oldest and most feared diseases reported in medical literature.
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Last Updated: October 12, 2004 Rate this Article Email to a Colleague Synonyms and related keywords: hydrophobia, mad dog disease, bat rabies, avian rabies, paralytic rabies, dumb rabies, furious rabies, rabies virus, rhabdovirus, Rhabdoviridae AUTHOR INFORMATION Section 1 of 9 Author Information Introduction Clinical Differentials ... Bibliography
Author: John Bertolini, MD , Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine, Union Hospital Coauthor(s): Mark Merlin, DO, FACEP , Faculty/EMS Fellowship Director, Clinical Instructor, Department of Emergency Medicine, Morristown Memorial Hospital/Atlantic Health System John Bertolini, MD, is a member of the following medical societies: American College of Emergency Physicians Editor(s): Robert Norris, MD , Chief, Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, Division of Emergency Medicine, Stanford University Medical Center;

27. Model Rabies Control Ordinance
For mammals in general and dogs, cats, and ferrets specifically. Vaccination requirements, registration, pet travel, management of animals that have bitten a person, and penalties.
(Approved by the AVMA House of Delegates, 1999; revised AVMA EB 2003; 2004; 2005) Section I - Definitions For the purpose of this ordinance, the following definitions shall prevail:
  • A. Animal - any of the order Mammalia, all of which are capable of being infected with and transmitting rabies. Cat - any domestic feline animal ( Felis catus Dog - any domestic canine animal ( Canis familiaris Bite or Bitten - means that the skin has been penetrated by an animal's teeth. Isolation - confinement of an animal exposed or potentially exposed to rabies. Non-bite Exposure - means that saliva from an animal has come in contact with an open wound or a mucous membrane. Own - to keep, harbor, or have control, charge, or custody of an animal. Owner - any person who keeps, harbors, or has charge or control of, or permits any animal to habitually be or remain on, or be lodged or fed within his or her house, yard, or premises. This term shall not apply to veterinarians or kennel operators who have temporary custody, for a period of less than 60 days, of animals owned by others. Animal Shelter - a public facility that is maintained by a government entity, or a private facility providing contractual services to a government entity for the purpose of impounding or harboring animals.
  • 28. Texas Department Of Health, Zoonosis Control Division - Oral
    Daily updates from the field during the Oral rabies Vaccination Program implementation..

    29. EMedicine - Rabies : Article By Sandra G Gompf, MD, FACP
    rabies The genus Lyssavirus consists of more than 80 viruses. In 1997, an unusual bat Lyssavirus caused a brief outbreak of a rabieslike illness in
    (advertisement) Home Specialties Resource Centers CME ... Patient Education Articles Images CME Advanced Search Consumer Health Link to this site Back to: eMedicine Specialties Medicine, Ob/Gyn, Psychiatry, and Surgery Infectious Diseases
    Last Updated: August 25, 2005 Rate this Article Email to a Colleague Synonyms and related keywords: Lyssavirus, lyssaviruses, zoonosis, encephalitis, furious rabies, paralytic rabies, hydrophobia, rabid animal bite, wild animal exposure, wild animal bite, wild animal injury, wild animal exposure, cat bite, dog bite, skunk, bat, insect-eating bat, coyote, wolf, raccoon, jackal, fox, undomesticated canine, mad dog, dumb rabies, apathetic rabies, unpasteurized milk, rabies virus, RABV, Rhabdoviridae, rhabdoviruses AUTHOR INFORMATION Section 1 of 11 Author Information Introduction Clinical Differentials ... Bibliography
    Author: Sandra G Gompf, MD, FACP , Assistant Professor, Division of Infectious and Tropical Medicine, USF College of Medicine; Chief, Section of Infectious Diseases, Director, Occupational Health and Infection Control Programs, James A Haley Veterans Affairs Medical Center Coauthor(s): Vinod Patel, MD

    30. ::
    Canadian pet registration service that facilitates finding lost pets by using their rabies vaccination tags. Online registration is available.
    Welcome Pet Owner! is a site brought to you by Merial Canada Inc, the market leaders in rabies protection. Lost pets that have been registered on the site can be easily reunited with their owners. Simply take a few minutes to register your pet and if you wish, provide some contact information that would be used in case your pet becomes lost; this information remains confidential and in a secure environment. This additional peace of mind is provided to you at no cost; compliments of Merial.
    To be able to register your pet you must have a Merial rabies tag. Please contact your veterinarian to schedule your pet's rabies vaccination, and receive your important Merial rabies tag.
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    31. Rabies
    rabies, or 'hydrophobia', is known as a disease that makes dogs sick and mad. Consequently, all dogs in many northern European countries are

    32. Rabies - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    The rabies virus has a bulletlike shape with a length of about 180 nm and a Longitudinal and cross-sectional schematic view of rabies virus
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    This article is about the infectious disease. For the album by industrial band Skinny Puppy , see Rabies (album)
    Rabies virus Virus classification Group: Group V (-)ssRNA Order: Mononegavirales Family: Rhabdoviridae Genus: Lyssavirus Species: Rabies virus Rabies (from a Latin word meaning rage ) is a viral disease that causes acute encephalitis in animals and people. It can affect most species of warm-blooded animals, but is rare among non-carnivores. In unvaccinated humans, rabies is almost invariably fatal once full-blown symptoms have developed, but post-exposure vaccination can prevent symptoms from developing.
    Transmission and symptoms
    Micrograph with numerous rabies viruses (small dark-grey rod-like particles) and Negri bodies, larger cellular inclusions typical of Rabies infection The stereotypical image of an infected ("rabid") animal is a "mad dog " foaming at the mouth, but

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    34. KSUCVM - Rabies Lab - Rabies Lab
    Includes news, links, and information on testing of humans and animals for rabies.

    35. Hydrophobia - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Hydrophobia, a set of symptoms of the later stages of a rabies infection, in which the victim has Hydrophobia is also an old name for rabies itself.
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    Hydrophobia may refer to one of the following.
    • Hydrophobia , a set of symptoms of the later stages of a rabies infection, in which the victim has difficulty swallowing, shows panic when presented with liquids to drink, and cannot quench his or her thirst. "Hydrophobia" is also an old name for rabies itself. Hydrophobia , a phobia towards water, i.e., a morbid fear of water , or of swimming . It usually occurs in mild cases involving fear of deep water, and not as a general fear of the substance water. Hydrophobia , a physical property of a molecule that is repelled by water.
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    36. - UK Doctors Test Feared Rabies Case - May 5, 2001

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    LONDON, England Doctors in the UK are treating a suspected case of rabies, the Public Health Laboratory Service said. The patient, who is described as being seriously ill, was bitten by a dog while travelling in the Philippines. Doctors are awaiting the results of tests to confirm the disease, a PHLS spokesperson said on Saturday. Cases of rabies are not common in the UK the last indigenous case of infection was in 1902. The patient, whose sex or identity is not being confirmed, is being treated at an unnamed London hospital. Vaccines can be given to people who are at risk of contracting rabies, and these vaccines can be given to people who are newly bitten by a dog. Other than the vaccine, there is no other treatment for the disease, which is often fatal. The PHLS spokesperson said: "Rabies affects the central nervous system and the brain.

    37. WHO | Rabies
    The annual number of deaths worldwide caused by rabies is estimated to be In North America, most documented human rabies deaths occurred as a result of
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    Fact Sheet N°99
    Revised June 2001
    Rabies Rabies is a zoonotic viral disease which infects domestic and wild animals. It is transmitted to other animals and humans through close contacts with saliva from infected animals (ie. bites, scratches, licks on broken skin and mucous membranes). Once symptoms of the disease develop, rabies is fatal to both animals and humans. The first symptoms of rabies are usually non-specific and suggest involvement of the respiratory, gastrointestinal and/or central nervous systems. In the acute stage, signs of hyperactivity (furious rabies) or paralysis (dumb rabies) predominate. In both furious and dumb rabies, paralysis eventually progresses to complete paralysis followed by coma and death in all cases, usually due to respiratory failure. Death occurs during the first seven days of illness without intensive care. Incidence Reliable data on rabies are scarce in many areas of the globe, making it difficult to assess its full impact on human and animal health. The annual number of deaths worldwide caused by rabies is estimated to be between 40 000 and as high as 70 000 if higher case estimates are used for densely populated countries in Africa and Asia where rabies is endemic. An estimated 10 million people receive post-exposure treatments each year after being exposed to rabies suspect animals.

    38. WHO | Human And Animal Rabies
    Most of the 55 000 deaths from rabies reported annually around the world occur in Most of the children who die from rabies were not treated or did not
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    Human and animal rabies Rabies: A neglected disease Due to complete absence of any successful medical treatment for clinical rabies and the horrific nature of the disease, most rabies victims die at home rather than being admitted to a hospital in abysmal conditions. These circumstances add to the notorious lack of surveillance data. Underestimating the health implications of rabies leads many high ranking decision-makers in public health and animal health to perceive rabies as a rare disease of humans resulting from a bite of an uneconomically important animal (the dog). Therefore, rabies usually falls between two stools and is not dealt with appropriately either by the Ministry of Health or the Ministry of Agriculture. WHO strategies for human rabies prevention WHO promotes wider access to appropriate post-exposure treatment using modern tissue culture or avian embryo-derived rabies vaccines through
    • use of the multi-site intradermal regimen to reduce the cost of post-exposure treatments possible domestic production of rabies biologicals, which are in critical short supply globally, particularly rabies immunoglobulin

    39. Dog Owner's Guide: Rabies
    rabies is a virus that can affect any warmblooded animal; whenever someone is Although the incidence of rabies in humans is low, more than 30000 people
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    What every dog owner should know about rabies
    Rabies is a virus that can affect any warm-blooded animal; whenever someone is bitten by an animal, the chance of rabies exists. Although the incidence of rabies in humans is low, more than 30,000 people undergo treatment for possible exposure to rabies in the US. Rabies primarily attacks the nervous system and causes an encephalitis. The virus is transmitted in saliva from the bite of an infected animal. The incubation period prior to clinical signs is extremely variable, but is usually two-to-eight weeks. The virus will begin shedding in saliva a short time before clinical signs develop, usually less than 10 days. For both humans and domestic animals, the primary source of rabies is the bite of a rabid wild animal. The most common of these are skunk, raccoon, bat, and fox. Currently, the number of cats infected with rabies has surpassed that of dogs. The main reasons are that there are now more cats than dogs and cats tend to roam more often.
    Clinical signs
    There are three phases to the course of the disease: prodromal, furious, and paralytic. Death occurs three to-seven days from the onset of signs.

    40. Rabies Home Page
    To protect the people of Ontario against rabies, the province has started Cases of foxstrain rabies have dropped dramatically across Ontario to only 54
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    Rabies Research and Development Unit Website
    The purpose of the site is to provide information on MNR's efforts to control and eradicate rabies from Ontario. The site includes background information on the disease , several fact sheets and links to other rabies related websites , such as your regional health unit
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    To protect the people of Ontario against rabies, the province has started planning its annual wildlife rabies control operations for 2005 . The Ministry of Natural Resources is committed to the research, control and eradication of rabies in Ontario, thereby protecting the health and safety of the public, their pets and the wildlife of this province. Ontario's programs are so successful that broad areas of southern Ontario are free of fox and raccoon rabies. If a person is exposed to rabies and does not receive treatment before they show symptoms, the disease is fatal.

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