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Encyclopedia of Health (2010)
animal bites can carry rabies, so the wound should be cleansed immediately and medical treatment should be sought at once. 149.
by Martin S. Lipsky, M.D.
Bites, animal Animal bites are usually puncture wounds and are most often from pets, particularly dogs. Cat bites are more serious than dog bites, because they tend to be deeper and thus much more likely to become inleclecl. Biles from wild ...
Black's Medical Dictionary (2005)
by Bloomsbury Publishing
Animal bites are best treated as puncture wounds and simply washed and dressed. In some cases ANTIBIOTICS may be given to minimise the risk of infection, together ...
by Harvey Marcovitch
Bites and Stings Animal bites are best treated as puncture wounds and simply washed and dressed. In some cases ANTIBIOTICS may be given to minimise the risk of infection, together with TETANUS toxoid if appropriate. Should RABIES be ...
by Carol Turkington, Jeffrey S. Dover
animal bites ...
by Glenn S. Rothfeld, Deborah S. Romaine
bronchitis pneumonia, sinuses, skin (animal bites) prostate, skin (animal bites) allergies are common; possible cross-sensitivity to penicillins; sun sensitivity allergies are common; possible cross-sensitivity to sulfas sun sensitivity; cannot take ...
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