Translation of rabies in Spanish:


rabia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈreɪbiz/ /ˈreɪbiːz/ /ˈreɪbɪz/

Definition of rabia in Spanish


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    rabia feminine
    • Pasteur went on to discover vaccinations for chicken pox, cholera, diphtheria, anthrax and rabies.
    • A range of diseases including rabies and Lyme disease are carried by animals, so you should avoid contact with them.
    • There was no report on diphtheria, rabies, tetanus or whooping cough during the study period.
    • Symptoms of early rabies infection in humans can include, headaches, and fever.
    • An average of only one or two human deaths from rabies are now reported each year.
    • If an animal that is possibly infected with rabies bites you, you must be treated promptly.
    • Human or equine rabies immunoglobulin should be given if any wounds penetrate the skin.
    • Foxes are known vectors for rabies and can transmit the disease to humans and other animals.
    • Consider rabies vaccinations if you are travelling to an area where rabies is common.
    • Has the patient been in contact with saliva of an animal likely to cause rabies?
    • However, bat rabies poses a significant threat to human population in these areas.
    • The last known case of a human being contracting rabies in France was 1924.
    • The following month she began to show signs of rabies infection and was later hospitalized.
    • Your cat, dog or ferret typically picks up rabies through a bite from or to another animal that has rabies.
    • Your risk of exposure to rabies in the United States is greater when you come into contact with a wild animal.
    • A tentative diagnosis of rabies was made on a biopsy and confirmed at autopsy.
    • 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 authorities have all but ruled out rabies as a cause of death.
    • This is especially true for animals that appear unusually tame, as this is an early sign of rabies in animals.
    • Severe bites on the head, face or neck may result in rabies in as short a period as nine days.