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Should I go for intra dermal or intra muscular vaccine after being injected with 2 intramuscular vaccine of rabies ?

Hi doctor I had taken two injections of rabbies vaccine intra muscular what should I go for next? Intra dermal or intra muscular. Also which is better?
Asked On : Tue, 30 Aug 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Welcome to Healthcaremagic and thanks for the query.
It is a course of 5 injection and one booster. All intramuscular specially on deltoid (upper arm). Course goes like this- day 0(day of dog bite), day 3, day 7, 14,and 28th day and booster on 90th day.
Take care.
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Pediatrician, Neonatology Dr. Kathirvel Rajan's  Response
3 doses are must for rabies vaccination
If u are not able to trace the dog, better complete the 5dose schedule.
Intramuscular route in arm is better for absorption and better take than gluteal region.
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Thank you both:)
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