A person who develops clinical symptoms of rabies can be expected to live:
About 6 weeks
To a ripe old age
The most dangerous stage of rabies in an animal is the:
a. Prodromal stage
b. Excitation stage
c. Paralytic stage
In the case of a person bitten by an animal, determination of whether to
administer vaccine and anti-rabies serum should be made after:
a. Examination of the_____________.
b. Examination of the _____________.
c. Careful evaluation of the_____________.
The most important single procedure in attending an individual who has been
bitten by a rabid animal is:
Apprehending the rabid animal
Local treatment of the bite wound
Administration of anti-rabies serum
Comforting the patient
Leptospirosis is an occupational disease appearing primarily among:
All of the above
A person who, when exposed to a disease, does not develop the disease is said
to be ____________________.