Rabies is characterized by severe symptoms. The secret (latent) period of the disease in animals can last up to 10 days, sometimes 3-8 weeks. In most cases, mouthwater flow and vomiting are common symptoms of rabies in animals. Animals are contagious at the end of the secret period (2 to 10 days before the disease occurs).
The EPA reports that Jeyran Copernicus, head of the National Center for Hygiene and Epidemiology at the Ministry of Health. The secret period of rabies in humans is mostly 1-2 months, he said, but in some cases it can be reduced by up to a week:
"The duration of the secret period depends on the age of the patient, the immune condition, the nature of the injury (cracking, biting, spitting) and the localization (near the central nervous system). Children have shorter hidden periods.
If a person is exposed to biting, ripping or spitting any animal, he or she should first be washed with 72% soapy water in a home environment or at the medical facility he or she refers to (by a surgeon or nurse). Once the damage is washed away, it should be disinfected with alcohol or memory.
Once there is a suspicion of contracting rabies virus, it should be referred immediately to a nearby medical facility, hitting an anti-inflammatory antirabic vaccine. In addition to an antirabic vaccine, antirabic immunoglobulin is also hit because the rabies virus is a life-threatening threat to humans. Additionally, anti-tetanus anatoxin is struck. The course of treatment for a person who has been injured by an animal is assigned by a surgeon at a health-care facility. Thus, if the bite animal is known and survives for 10 days, then the condition is set up for treatment. Conditional treatment is a day on which the victim applies, as well as days 7, 21 or 28 when an antirabic vaccine is struck down. If the bite animal dies within 10 days, even if it is unknown or known, then an unscred course of treatment is assigned. An antirabic vaccine is being struck on the day of the unconditional injury, as well as on days 3, 7, 14 and 28. Each of these prophets is in the muscles."
The doctor noted that many species of animals with the virus are pathogenic for both wild and pets:
"Rabies is infected with wolves, jackals, foxes, yenotab-like dogs, cats, rhinoceroses, and so on. These include wolves, foxes, and so on.
The profile of rabies among animals is carried out by doctors at the flagship office by prophetic attacks on unoccupied dogs. Additionally, citizens who keep animals in their homes must undergo regular flag inspections and strike their prophets.
And among humans, you need to avoid contact with wild animals to avoid contracting the disease. If there are any cases of animal attack, then if there is a suspicion of contracting the rabies virus, the person should contact a nearby medical facility immediately."