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" Corticosteroids, other immunosuppressive agents, and immunosuppressive illnesses can interfere with the development of active immunity and predispose the patient to developing rabies. Immunosuppressive agents should not be administered during postexposure... "
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report: MMWR - Page 397
1983
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Guidelines for the Treatment, Investigation, and Control of Animal Bites

1993 - 74 pages
...immunosuppressive agents, and immunosuppressive illnesses can interfere with the development of active immunity. Immunosuppressive agents should not be administered...that serum be tested for rabies antibody to ensure that an adequate response has developed. Low antibody titers can result when subjects receive antimalarial...
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Manual of Antibiotics and Infectious Diseases: Treatment and Prevention

John E. Conte - 2002 - 755 pages
...consultation with appropriate public health officials (see Preexposure Vaccination and Serologic Testing). Immunosuppressive agents should not be administered...essential for the treatment of other conditions. When postexposure prophylaxis is administered to an immunosuppressed person, it is especially important...
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The Vaccine Handbook: A Practical Guide for Clinicians

Gary S. Marshall - 2004 - 415 pages
...(PCEC) K. Precautions • Anaphylactic reaction to a prior dose of vaccine or any of its components • Immunosuppressive agents should not be administered...unless essential for the treatment of other conditions; in such situations, the patient's serum should be tested for rabies antibody L. Comments. Oral vaccination...
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