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Unformatted text preview: C a ts , 2 0 0 0 N =249 1 C ase 15 C ases 30 C ases D ogs, 2000 N = 11 4 1 C ase 15 C ases 30 C ases C a ttle , 2 0 0 0 N =83 1 C ase 15 C ases 30 C ases Human Rabies Rabies hysteria Folklore Werewolf Vampires Almost science fiction Human Rabies Globally - > 35,000 fatalities per year. State Texas Texas Arkansas Georgia California New York Texas California California Florida W. Virginia Texas Tennessee Alabama Washington California Connecticut California Florida New Hampshire Kentucky Montana Montana Washington Texas New Jersey Virginia California New York Georgia North Dakota Wisconsin Date of Death 06/05/90 08/20/91 08/25/91 10/08/91 05/08/92 07/11/93 11/09/93 11/21/93 01/18/94 06/21/94 10/15/94 11/27/94 11/23/94 10/11/94 03/15/95 09/21/95 10/03/95 11/09/95 02/08/96 08/20/96 10/15/96 12/19/96 01/06/97 01/18/97 10/21/97 10/23/97 12/31/98 09/20/00 10/09/00 10/10/00 10/25/00 11/01/00 Age/Sex 22/M 55/F 29/M 27/F 11/M 11/F 82/M 69/M 44/M 40/M 41/M 14/M 42/F 24/F 4/F 28/M 13/F 74/M 26/M 30/F 42/F 49/M 65/M 64/M 71/M 32/M 29/M 49/M 54/M 26/M 47/M 69/M Exposure Location Texas Texas Ark. US India New York US Mexico US Haiti W. Virginia Texas US Alabama Washington California Connecticut California Mexico Nepal US Montana Montana Washington Texas New Jersey Virginia California Africa Georgia North Dakota Wisconsin Probable Source Bat Dog Bat Bat Dog Bat Bat Dog Bat Dog Bat Dog Bat Bat Bat Bat Bat Bat Dog Dog Bat Bat Bat Bat Bat Bat Bat Bat Dog Bat Bat Bat Exposure Type Bite Unk. Contact Unk. Bite Unk. Unk. Bite Unk. Unk. Contact Unk. Unk. Contact Unk. Contact Unk. Unk. Bite Bite Unk. Unk. Unk. Unk. Bite Contact Unk. Unk. Bite Contact Bite Bite Variant T.b. Dog Ln/P Ln/P NA Ln/P Ln/P NA Ln/P NA Ln/P NA Ln/P T.b. M.c. T.b. Ln/P Ln/P NA NA Ln/P Ln/P Ln/P E.f. Ln/P Ln/P Ln/P T.b. Dog T.b. Ln/P Ln/P Legend to Prior Graph Human cases=32 Acquired abroad, due to dog rabies= 6 Acquired in US= 26 Due to canine rabies= 2 Due to bat rabies= 24 Silver-haired bat/ Pipistrelle (Lasionycterus noctivagans/ Pipisstrellus subflavus)= 17 Ln/P Mexican Freetail (Tadarida brasiliensis) = 5 T.b. Big brown bat (Eptesicus fuscus)= 1 E.f. Western Myotis (Myotis ciliolabrum)= 1 M.b. Data Complied by NYSDOH, Wadsworth Center, Rabies Laboratory (12/4/00) 1990-Present Human Rabies Cases Following the pattern of human rabies cases has led to a revised bat encounter guidelines and practices issued by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices. Please refer to the Morbidity Mortality Weekly Report, Vol. 48, No RR-1, January 8, 1999 for the most recent national recommendations. Dog in quarantine ...
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