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Bitten by stray on face, body parts, bleeding on face. Which gels or creams can be used?

hi doc, my fiancee is 32 yrs old. yesterday stray bitten her on her face and few parts of body. she is also bleeding on her face. what kind of precaution she should take (dreeesing/ food diet ). also suggest me some kind of gel/cream so that the marks on her face can be cleared very soon, since our marriage is scheduled in jan2013.
Asked On : Sat, 13 Oct 2012
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A dog bite on face can have dangerous consequences - RABIES is the greatest threat - and a bite at the face can hasten the onset to just a few days.
NO one survives Rabies - 100% mortality.
There is NO treatment for Rabies.
But it can be PREVENTED. She must go the nearest hospital and get Human Rabies Immuno Globulin AND Vaccine - 4 (at times 5) doses given at specific periods
A tetanus toxoid is also usually given
Regarding cosmetic effects the best person to help will be a plastic surgeon (facio-maxillary surgeon)
Delay is dangerous - act now
Take care
Good luck
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