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" ... bite a person should be captured and observed for symptoms of rabies for 10 days. If symptoms do not develop, the animal may be assumed to be non-rabid. If the animal dies or is killed, its head, undamaged, should be sent promptly, under refrigeration... "
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report: MMWR - Page 392
1983
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Morbidity and Mortality

1976
...should be killed immediately and their heads submitted for rabies examination by flourescent microscopy. Signs of rabies in wild animals cannot be interpreted...(without unnecessary damage to the head) and the brain examined for evidence of rabies. If the brain is negative by flourescent antibody examination for rabies,...
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International Medical Guide for Ships: Including the Ship's Medicine Chest

World Health Organization, WHO. - 1988 - 368 pages
...undamaged. should be sent promptly, under refrigeration but not frozen, to a public health laboratory. Any wild animal that bites or scratches a person should be killed at once and the head kept under refrigeration during transportation to a public health laboratory. Rubber gloves...
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Medical care, Volume 2

International Maritime Organization - 2001 - 368 pages
...undamaged, should be sent promptly, under refrigeration but not frozen, to a public health laboratory. Any wild animal that bites or scratches a person should be killed at once and the head kept under refrigeration during transportation to a public health laboratory. Rubber gloves...
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