[The use of passive rabies immunotherapy: from the past to the future].

@article{Bourhy2010TheUO,
  title={[The use of passive rabies immunotherapy: from the past to the future].},
  author={Herv{\'e} Bourhy and Laurent Dacheux and Florence Ribadeau-Dumas},
  journal={Biologie aujourd'hui},
  year={2010},
  volume={204 1},
  pages={
          71-80
        }
}
Rabies is a fatal disease transmitted by infected animals by bite, scratch, licking on broken skin or contamination of mucosis by saliva. The regimen of post-exposure prophylaxis for people not previously vaccinated, that is currently recommended by WHO, consists of a combination of wound cleaning, active immunization and passive immunization when the exposure is of category 3. Most of the products available on the market, in particular human rabies immunoglobulins, highly purified equine… CONTINUE READING
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