Postexposure Prophylaxis (PEP) for Rabies
More than 60,000 people report coming in contact with potentially rabid animals and receive rabies PEP each year.1
Be sure to follow the CDC PEP schedule4
For more information, recommendations, and guidelines, visit the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP).
Imminent Threat, Immediate Protection
Vaccines can take weeks to build efficacy, but HyperRAB provides immediate protection. This allows the vaccine the time needed to establish active immunity, giving your patients the critical protection they need now.5
The recommended dose for HyperRAB is 20 IU/kg or 0.0665 mL/kg of body weight given at time of first vaccine dose. HyperRAB may also be given up to the eighth day after the first dose of vaccine. Do not exceed the recommended dose, as this could partially suppress active production of rabies antibody.2