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Animal Bites

 It is estimated that one of every two Americans will be bitten at some time by an animal or by another per­son. As it is commonly interpreted, the term animal bite in this section refers to a bite by a mammal, not by an insect or reptile. Dogs are responsible for about 80% of all animal-bite injuries.

Rabies
 A virus found in warm-blooded animals causes rabies. The disease spreads from one animal to another in the saliva, usually through a bite or by licking.

Consider an animal as possibly rabid if any of the following applies:
. The animal attacked without provocation.
. The animal acted strangely, that is, out of character (eg, a usually friendly dog is aggressive, or a wild fox seems docile and "friendly").
. The animal was a high-risk species (skunk, raccoon, or bat).

 What to Do
If the victim was bitten in the United States ( except for the area along the border with Mexico) by a healthy domestic dog or cat, the animal will likely be confined and observed for 10 days for any illness. If necessary, a veterinarian will kill the animal (domesticated or wild), decapitate it, and send the head to a laboratory for analysis. If the animal is dead when you find it, transport the entire body; do not attempt decapitation (precautions must be taken to prevent exposure to potentially infected tissues and saliva).
Report animal bites to the police or animal con­trol officers; they should be the ones to capture the animal for observation. If the dog or cat escapes and is not suspected to be rabid, consult local public health officials.

If the victim was bitten in the United States by a skunk, raccoon, bat, fox, or other mammal, it should be considered a rabies exposure and treatment should be started immediately.

1.The only exception is when the bite occurred in a part of the continental United States known to be free of rabies. If the wild animal is captured, it should be killed and its head shipped to a qualified laboratory immediately.
2. Clean the wound with a soap solution and rinse it
with water under pressure.                                                       3. Stop the bleeding and give wound care.
4. Seek medical attention for further wound cleaning
and a possible tetanus shot. The physician will determine if sutures are needed to close the wound. If needed, a vaccination series against rabies will be started.
 

 

 
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