Rabies Vaccine

Facts of RABIES VACCINE

  • Brand Name: RabAvert
  • Innovator Brand Name: RabAvert
  • API: Rabies
  • Packaging: Single Dose Vial
  • Strength: Pre/Post
  • Manufacturer Name: GlaxoSmithKline
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Description

Uses of medication: Rabies virus is generally found in the saliva of infected animals however this virus can be transferred to humans if the infected animal bites or licks the human body. Initially, no symptoms appear but as the disease progresses the symptoms which appear are tiredness, hallucination, pain, headache, fever, and paralysis. The rabies vaccine protects from a virus that has been accidentally exposed by introducing a small dose of virus so that the body can develop immunity against it.

Dosage: The rabies vaccine is available in injection form which is injected into different doses in the human body. These doses include:

  • Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis: two phases of vaccination such as primary vaccination and booster vaccination is given.
  • Post-Exposure: previously unvaccinated patients need 5 doses and previously vaccinated patients need two doses.

In case of a missed dose immediately call your doctor and as the injection is injected by the Healthcare professionals so the chances of overdose is eliminated.

Treatment reactions: Some common side effect of the Rabies vaccine include:

  • Stomach pain
  • Muscle pain
  • Nausea
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Redness
  • Pain
  • Itching
  • Swelling

Some serious adverse reaction of this vaccine are:

  • Vomiting
  • High fever
  • Weakness
  • Tingling of finger and toes
  • The problem in eye movement
  • Trouble swallowing
  • Joint pain

Warnings and precautions:

  • Do not take this vaccine if you have known allergy with any ingredient.
  • Do not take the booster vaccine if you develop any allergy after the first dose.
  • Carefully notice all side effects caused due to this vaccine.

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Storage: The human rabies vaccines usually are not supplied in the multi-dose vials for the intramuscular injection, and do not contain the preservatives. The shelf-life of these vaccines is marked by the manufacturer generally ≥ 3 years, they should be stored at 2–8°C and protected from the sunlight.

After reconstitution with the sterile diluent, the vaccines must be used immediately or within 6 hour if kept at between 2 °C and 8 °C, as partially used vials of rabies vaccine may become contaminated.

Alternate Brands: Some common alternative brands are:

  • Equirab (Bharat Serums & Vaccines Ltd.)
  • Berirab-P (Zydus Cadila Healthcare Ltd. (Biogen)
  • Hrig (Cadila Pharmaceuticals Ltd. (Newgen)

Availability in India: The Indian Pharma helps to connect buyers with suppliers who can ship the Rabies vaccines worldwide as per the buyer’s requirement. The Indian Pharma offers a guarantee of quality as well as delivery for the Injection.

Buying Procedure: For buying Rabies vaccine, you just need to contact us at our Toll-free number +91 1800 889 1064 (8130290915) or Email –info@theindianpharma.com

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List of Vaccines and Brand Names

  • ONCO BCG VACCINE
  • ABHAYRAB VACCINE
  • CHOLERA VACCINE
  • HAVRIX 720 VACCINE
  • REVAC B VACCINE
  • ARSENOX
  • BLEOMYCIN
  • ABRIATERON
  • CARBOPLATIN
  • EVEROLIMUS

Conclusion: Rabies vaccines for humans are quite effective when given pre- or post-exposure to the bite from the potentially rabid animal.

Commonly Asked Questions

What is rabies?

Rabies, mainly a kind of disease that transmitted from animals to humans, which is basically caused by the virus. There are a couple of clinical manifestations of the rabies named frantic and paralytic. Frantic rabies is basically the most common form of the human rabies.

What should be avoided with an animal bite wound?

Using irritants to the wound such as acids, chilli powder, alkalis or plant juices. Covering the wound with the dressings or bandages.

What are the major factors that may influence the development of rabies?

Factors that may influence the development of the rabies infection include:

  • Type of exposure.
  • The severity of the bite.
  • The amount of the rabies virus introduced.
  • The animal responsible for the bite.
  • The immune status of the victim.
  • Site of the bite.

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