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A viral illness transmitted through the bite of an infected
animal, Rabies is a deadly disease. It can be transmitted by
through the saliva getting in contact with the bloodstream or
contact with mucous membranes. To treat it, the infected
person must visit rabies vaccination clinics situated in NY.

Rabies is a result of infection by rabies virus and
the consequences of it can be downright
dangerous. The virus gets deposited in the
muscle and subcutaneous tissue. And after few
days, the virus gets transmitted through the
nerves to brian and all the parts of the body.
Source: http://travelclinicnyc.com/

The weakness, headaches and high fever are the normal symptoms of the
Rabies. The other symptoms that are caused by Rabies virus are:
The patient’s undergo painful symptoms and can undergo paralytic attacks. The
muscles slowly become paralysed and can even result in death. This condition
is really rare.

1. Hydrophobia
2. Hypersalivation
3. Anxiety and confusion
4. Encephalitis
5. Coma
6. Difficulty in breathing
Source: http://travelclinicnyc.com/

This disease is deadly and when the symptoms start, then it
is difficult to prevent the virus from thriving. Though there
are medications available that can help to control the
symptoms. The vaccinations shots for rabies include:
1. A quick shot of Rabies Immune Globulin
2. Rabies vaccine shots given over two weeks of time

Many times, it is impossible to know for sure whether
the animal who bit a person was infected with rabies
virus or not. So, it is wise to be precautious than having
the risk of infection and the consequent symptoms of
rabies that follows. 

Source: http://travelclinicnyc.com/

Getting To Us

274 Madison Ave,
Suite 304
(between 39th and
40th Street)
New York, NY 10016
Phone: 212.686.5835
Fax: 212.686.1161

By Subway:
Grand Central Station trains: 4,
5, 6, 7
42nd Street/Time Square
Station trains: B, D, F, V, 7
34 Street/Herald Square Station
trains: B, D, F, V, N, Q

By Bus:
M1, M2, M3, M4, M5, M16, M34, M42, M104, QM32

Travel Clinic Of New York City


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