Detection rate of rabies in animals and its relationship to the incidence of human death due to rabies; analysis of registered data from Thailand

Sora Yasri1*, Viroj Wiwanitkit2

Abstract


Rabies is an important tropical viral infection. The disease is considered serious and dead is the usual result of infection. Exposure to rabid animal is the common cause of rabies and the problem is common in tropical countries including to Thailand. In this short report, the authors analyzed the available 25-year registered data in Thailand to assess the interrelationship between detection rate of rabies in animals and its relationship to the

incidence of human death due to rabies.

Keywords: Rabies, Death, Animal, Viral infection

 

Citation: Yasri S, Wiwanitkit V. Detection rate of rabies in animals and

its relationship to the incidence of human death due to rabies; analysis of registered data

from Thailand. Toxicol Persa. 2019;4(1):e01.


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