Rabipur Injection 2.5 I.U

৳ 640.00

Adult: Pre-exposure vaccination: A primary course consists of 3 doses; 1 ml on days 0, 7 and 28 (3rd dose may be given on day 21 if needed). Booster dose: 1 ml based on antibody titers (for continuous exposure: serology should be done every 6 mth (immunise when antibody titer falls below acceptable levels); for frequent exposure: booster immunisation or serology every 2 yr; for infrequent exposure: no recommendation). Post-exposure vaccination: Clean the wound with soap and water immediately. Vaccinate as soon as possible after exposure and may be stopped if it is shown that the patient was not at risk. For persons who did not receive proper primary immunisation: 5 doses of 1 ml each should be given on days 0, 3, 7, 14 and 28 (patients should also receive rabies immunoglobulins with the 1st dose); for persons who have received primary immunisation: 2 doses of 1 ml should be given on days 0 and 3.

Child: Pre-exposure vaccination: A primary course consists of 3 doses; 1 ml on days 0, 7 and 28 (3rd dose may be given on day 21 if needed). Booster dose: 1 ml based on antibody titers (for continuous exposure: serology should be done every 6 mth (immunise when antibody titer falls below acceptable levels); for frequent exposure: booster immunisation or serology every 2 yr; for infrequent exposure: no recommendation). Post-exposure vaccination: Clean the wound with soap and water immediately. Vaccinate as soon as possible after exposure and may be stopped if it is shown that the patient was not at risk. For persons who did not receive proper primary immunisation: 5 doses of 1 ml each should be given on days 0, 3, 7, 14 and 28 (patients should also receive rabies immunoglobulins with the 1st dose); for persons who have received primary immunisation: 2 doses of 1 ml should be given on days 0 and 3.

Elderly: Pre-exposure vaccination: A primary course consists of 3 doses; 1 ml on days 0, 7 and 28 (3rd dose may be given on day 21 if needed). Booster dose: 1 ml based on antibody titers (for continuous exposure: serology should be done every 6 mth (immunise when antibody titer falls below acceptable levels); for frequent exposure: booster immunisation or serology every 2 yr; for infrequent exposure: no recommendation). Post-exposure vaccination: Clean the wound with soap and water immediately. Vaccinate as soon as possible after exposure and may be stopped if it is shown that the patient was not at risk. For persons who did not receive proper primary immunisation: 5 doses of 1 ml each should be given on days 0, 3, 7, 14 and 28 (patients should also receive rabies immunoglobulins with the 1st dose); for persons who have received primary immunisation: 2 doses of 1 ml should be given on days 0 and 3.

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