Rabies vaccine - Ask the Experts: Rabies Vaccines

The other doses are given on days 3, 7, and 14 after the exposure.

In this scenario, the remaining doses would be administered on days 17 and 31.

In the 1880s, Louis Pasteur first administered his experimental rabies vaccine to a 9-year-old boy named, Joseph Meister.

Rabies can be transmitted if a bite from an infected animal penetrates the skin.

Rabies can also be transmitted if an infected animal licks an open wound, cut or scratch, or if the animal licks the mouth, nose or eyes.

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    Rabies vaccine is given to people at high risk of rabies to protect them if they are exposed. People at high risk of exposure to rabies should be offered pre-exposure rabies vaccination, including: Veterinarians, animal handlers, and veterinary students Rabies laboratory workers Spelunkers (people who explore caves), and
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    The rabies vaccine is a vaccine used to prevent rabies. There are a number of rabies vaccines available that are both safe and effective. They can be used to prevent rabies before, and, for a period of time, after exposure to the rabies virus, which is commonly caused by a dog bite or a bat bite. Doses are usually given by injection into the.
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    Rabies vaccine is given to persons who have been exposed (eg, by a bite, scratch, or lick) to an animal that is known, or thought, to have rabies. This is called post-exposure prophylaxis. Rabies vaccine may also be given ahead of time to persons who have a high risk of getting infected with rabies virus.
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    Two rabies vaccines are available in the United States. Both vaccines contain inactivated rabies virus. HDCV vaccine (Imovax, Sanofi Pasteur) is produced in human diploid cell culture. PCECV vaccine (RabAvert, Novartis) is produced in chick embryo cell culture. Both types are considered equally safe and effective.
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    In most states, the first rabies vaccination is generally given to puppies at or before 16 weeks of age. The second rabies vaccination is given one year after the first vaccine. Then, your dog will be vaccinated every year or every three years depending on the state law and the vaccine used.
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