Thank you for your query on Healthcare Magic.
As you have acted fast and appropriately in view of washing the bite wound, giving rabies vaccine
, and anti rabies immunoglobulin, nothing to worry.
You complete the rest of anti rabies vaccination
as per the schedule and your child will be protected against Rabies.
Look for the updated status of his vaccination against Tetanus. If it is not given, give a tetanus toxoid
containing vaccine with the advise of your Pediatrician
If the bitten wound is large, wound management is important to prevent the secondary bacterial infections.
With the complete 5 doses of anti rabies vaccines and immunoglobulin, your son is protected and this is 99.99% protective.
Hope I have answered your query.