Rabies In A Human Patient
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This group of villagers from the back country of Iran were all attacked and bitten by a Rabid wolf. They have come to a local facility of the Pasteur Institute in order to receive treatment.
This man developed symptoms of rabies. On the third day of the disease, he displays a characteristic restlessness and agitation. The most familiar clinical symptom of rabies is associated with difficulty in swallowing. When fluid comes in contact with the throat, it is violently expelled, at the same time producing painful spasmodic muscular contractions, hence the term hydrophobia or fear of water. The accessory muscles of respiration are also affected by the attempt to swallow, so that the patient chokes and gasps for air. In order to avoid swallowing, he drools accumulated saliva into a cup.
By the fifth day, salivation is copious and almost continuous. There is excessive perspiration and the pupils are dilated. As a precaution against the convulsions which commonly occur in rabies, the patient is secured hand and foot. He displays increasing agitation and delirium. If the acute excitement phase of rabies is survived, paralysis sets in, accompanied by apathy and stupor. The patient becomes quieter, elapses into a coma which is followed inevitably by death.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
Microbiology Teaching Film No. 4
Dept. of Bacteriology
Motion Picture Dept.
THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION
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