If you are bitten by a stray dog, the first thing you need to do is wash it with soap and water the bite. Try to clean the wound as much as possible, not less than 10 minutes. In case of deep wounds, rinse the affected area is recommended with a blast of soapy water, for example, through a catheter or syringe. In any case, not prijavite wounds and put your own stitches.
As soon as possible, contact the nearest emergency room, because the success of vaccine prevention of rabies largely depends on how soon you will get qualified medical assistance. Tell your doctor the following information: the appearance and behavior of the animal, the presence or absence of the collar, under any circumstances, suffered bite.
In the hospital you will be given a special vaccination course. Don't be afraid to seek help, painful injections in the stomach for a long time not doing. Currently, patients are injected vaccine, and go home. The procedure is repeated five or six times. Bitten can leave the hospital in case of particularly severe conditions. In addition, under the special supervision are persons with allergic diseases or diseases of the nervous system, pregnant women, and persons recently vaccinated with other vaccines. At the time of vaccination and for the next 6 months it is recommended not to drink alcohol. In addition, during a course of rabies vaccination is contraindicated overfatigue, overcooling or overheating.
Protect yourself from the attack of stray dogs. If you see that you run or growls animal, then be prepared for the fact that it can throw at you. Try to find shelter, climb a tree or fence. Go into the water, if a nearby body of water: splashes of water can stop the dog. Try to throw it a stick or a stone, aim at the nose: it's the most painful place in animals.