What is human rabies?

Answer Rabies is a virus that affects the nervous system in all warm-blooded animals, including humans. Coming into contact with infected body fluids and tissues, such as saliva, blood and brain matter, t... Read More »

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How to Recognize a Rabies Infection (Human)?

They may be cute, they may be deadly as well.Raccoons, skunks, foxes, coyotes, and bats - In the U.S. these mammals are most likely to become infected with rabies. Transmission of the virus is usua... Read More »

Can a human with rabies attack other people?

Can they? Yes. Rabies attacks nerve tissue, including the brain, and produces delirium, paranoia, and terror. That's why rabid animals attack people - they're frightened.

Who developed first rabies vaccine?

Two French scientists Louis Pasteur and Emile Roux developed the first rabies vaccination in 1885 where they harvested the infected brains of rabbits and cultured the disease in order to extract a ... Read More »

What are possible alternative causes for Chadwicks sign Hegars sign Goodells sign Braxton Hicks or Ballottement?

Ballottement indicates an increase of fluid over the patella at the knee joint - this has more to do with an injury or infection and nothing to do with pregnancy.Braxton Hicks or practice contracti... Read More »