Rabies in the SAARC region: An epidemiological study of disease burden and challenges
Paediatrics and Child Health
Our original study explored trends in rabies-related cases in the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation region from 2017 to 2021. We analyzed population-level data from Global Health Observatory, World Animal Health Information Database and media reports using Microsoft Excel v.2016. Rabies prevalence varied with India experiencing the highest increase, while Bhutan reported a significant decrease. In contrast, Nepal and Pakistan observed fluctuations, emphasizing the need for ongoing intervention
Publication (Name of Journal)
(2023). Rabies in the SAARC region: An epidemiological study of disease burden and challenges. Tropical Doctor.
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