CDC Health Information for International Travel 2010

 
 
Mosby (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 16. September 2014
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  • 540 Seiten
 
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978-0-7020-4284-3 (ISBN)
 

Named a top 10 medical title in 2009 by the Wall Street Journal

The 2009-2010 edition of the CDC Health Information for International Travel (The Yellow Book) presents dependable advice on any travel health issue, including vaccinations, essential trip planning and safety tips, prevention of an expanded list of travel-related infectious diseases, altitude illness, motion sickness, sunburn, medical tourism, and much more. The expert narrative explains the most common health issues and practical day-to-day information for nine popular destinations and travel itineraries. This official publication of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is filled with valuable information not only for health-care providers and travelers, but also for anyone interested in travel health. It's your trusted travel medicine desktop reference...with a fresh look and feel!

  • Presents the latest expertise and knowledge on diseases and infection control as endorsed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • Features content ranging from basic guidelines to specific treatment options to be useful for both practitioners and general audiences.
  • Includes updated references in each chapter so you can pursue the original medical sources for more detail.
  • Access the latest recommendations for disease risks such as chikungunya fever, yellow fever, and malaria, as well as the most current vaccination guidelines.
  • Covers treatment for patients with specific travel needs, such as immunocompromised travelers, travelers with chronic medical conditions, patients preparing for long-term travel or relocating abroad, flight crew members, humanitarian aid workers, young children, or travelers who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • Presents new controversies and emerging diseases with supporting evidence to give you best practice guidelines from the most knowledgeable experts.
  • Includes new editorial boxes on a wide range of topics to provide you with valuable insight.
  • Features a new streamlined, user-friendly bulleted design with color tabs and maps, a chapter organized to mirror a pre-travel consultation, and new appendices-including a travel vaccine summary table-to make finding what you need and putting it in context quick and easy.
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  • Philadelphia
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  • USA
  • 5,69 MB
978-0-7020-4284-3 (9780702042843)
0702042846 (0702042846)
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  • Front cover
  • Title page
  • Copyright page
  • Contents
  • List of Tables
  • List of Maps
  • List of Figures
  • List of Boxes
  • CDC Contributors
  • External Contributors
  • Acknowledgments
  • Preface
  • Chapter 1. Introduction
  • INTRODUCTION TO TRAVEL HEALTH AND THE YELLOW BOOK
  • PLANNING FOR HEALTHY TRAVEL: RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE TRAVELER, CLINICIAN, AND TRAVEL INDUSTRY
  • TRAVEL EPIDEMIOLOGY
  • Chapter 2. The Pre-Travel Consultation
  • THE PRE-TRAVEL CONSULTATION
  • GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR VACCINATION AND IMMUNOPROPHYLAXIS
  • SUBSECTION. Travel-Related Vaccine-Preventable Diseases
  • HEPATITIS A
  • HEPATITIS B
  • TYPHOID AND PARATYPHOID FEVER
  • YELLOW FEVER
  • YELLOW FEVER VACCINE REQUIREMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS, BY COUNTRY
  • JAPANESE ENCEPHALITIS (JE)
  • MENINGOCOCCAL DISEASE
  • RABIES
  • SUBSECTION. Routine Vaccine-Preventable Diseases
  • DIPHTHERIA
  • HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS (HPV)
  • INFLUENZA (SEASONAL, AVIAN, AND PANDEMIC)
  • MEASLES (RUBEOLA)
  • MUMPS
  • PERTUSSIS
  • PNEUMOCOCCAL DISEASE(STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE)
  • POLIOMYELITIS
  • RUBELLA
  • TETANUS
  • VARICELLA (CHICKENPOX)
  • SUBSECTION. Malaria
  • MALARIA
  • MALARIA RISK INFORMATION AND PROPHYLAXIS, BY COUNTRY
  • SUBSECTION. Self-Treatable Diseases
  • SELF-TREATABLE DISEASES
  • TRAVELERS' DIARRHEA
  • ALTITUDE ILLNESS
  • JET LAG
  • MOTION SICKNESS
  • RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS
  • OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO HIV
  • SUBSECTION. Counseling and Advice for Travelers
  • PROTECTION AGAINST MOSQUITOES, TICKS, ANDOTHER INSECTS AND ARTHROPODS
  • WATER DISINFECTION FOR TRAVELERS
  • SUNBURN
  • PROBLEMS WITH HEAT AND COLD
  • FOOD POISONING FROM MARINE TOXINS
  • ANIMAL-ASSOCIATED HAZARDS
  • DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS AND PULMONARY EMBOLISM
  • INJURIES AND SAFETY
  • NATURAL DISASTERS AND ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS
  • SCUBA DIVING
  • MEDICAL TOURISM
  • DRUG-VACCINE AND DRUG-DRUG INTERACTIONS
  • TRAVEL HEALTH KITS
  • OBTAINING HEALTH CARE ABROAD FOR THE ILL TRAVELER
  • TRAVEL INSURANCE AND EVACUATION INSURANCE
  • MENTAL HEALTH AND TRAVEL
  • Chapter 3. Select Destinations and Travel Itineraries
  • RATIONALE FOR SELECT DESTINATIONS
  • CUZCO-MACHU PICCHU, PERU
  • IGUASSU FALLS, BRAZIL/ARGENTINA
  • KILIMANJARO, TANZANIA
  • SAFARIS IN EAST AND SOUTHERN AFRICA
  • ANGKOR WAT, CAMBODIA
  • INDIA
  • CHINA
  • COSTA RICA
  • NEPAL
  • Chapter 4. The Post-Travel Consultation
  • GENERAL APPROACH TO THE RETURNED TRAVELER
  • ASYMPTOMATIC SCREENING
  • SKIN AND SOFT TISSUE INFECTIONS IN RETURNED TRAVELERS
  • PERSISTENT TRAVELERS' DIARRHEA
  • FEVER IN RETURNED TRAVELERS
  • Chapter 5. Other Infectious Diseases Related to Travel
  • AMEBIASIS
  • ANGIOSTRONGYLIASIS(ANGIOSTRONGYLUS CANTONENSIS INFECTION, NEUROLOGIC ANGIOSTRONGYLIASIS)
  • ANTHRAX
  • BARTONELLA-ASSOCIATED INFECTIONS
  • BRUCELLOSIS
  • CAMPYLOBACTERENTERITIS
  • CHIKUNGUNYA
  • CHOLERA
  • COCCIDIOIDOMYCOSIS
  • CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS
  • CUTANEOUS LARVA MIGRANS (CLM)
  • CYCLOSPORIASIS
  • CYSTICERCOSIS
  • DENGUE FEVER (DF) AND DENGUE HEMORRHAGIC FEVER (DHF)
  • ECHINOCOCCOSIS (HYDATID DISEASE)
  • FILARIASIS, LYMPHATIC
  • GIARDIA
  • HELICOBACTER PYLORI
  • HELMINTHS, INTESTINAL
  • HEPATITIS C
  • HEPATITIS E
  • HISTOPLASMOSIS
  • HIV INFECTION AND ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY SYNDROME (AIDS)
  • LEGIONELLOSIS (LEGIONNAIRES' DISEASE AND PONTIAC FEVER)
  • LEISHMANIASIS, CUTANEOUS (CL)
  • LEISHMANIASIS, VISCERAL (VL)
  • LEPTOSPIROSIS
  • LYME DISEASE
  • MELIOIDOSIS
  • NOROVIRUS
  • ONCHOCERCIASIS (RIVER BLINDNESS)
  • PINWORM (ENTEROBIASIS, OXYURIASIS, THREADWORM)
  • PLAGUE (BUBONIC, PNEUMONIC, SEPTICEMIC)
  • Q FEVER
  • RICKETTSIAL (SPOTTED AND TYPHUS FEVERS)AND RELATED INFECTIONS (ANAPLASMOSIS AND EHRLICHIOSIS)
  • SCABIES (SARCOPTIC ITCH, SARCOPTIC ACARIASIS)
  • SCHISTOSOMIASIS
  • SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES (STDs)
  • SHIGELLOSIS
  • SMALLPOX AND OTHERORTHOPOXVIRUS-ASSOCIATED INFECTIONS
  • STRONGYLOIDIASIS
  • TAENIASIS
  • TICK-BORNE ENCEPHALITIS (TBE)
  • TOXOPLASMOSIS
  • TRYPANOSOMIASIS, HUMAN AFRICAN (HAT, AFRICAN SLEEPING SICKNESS)
  • TRYPANOSOMIASIS, AMERICAN (CHAGAS DISEASE)
  • TUBERCULOSIS (TB)
  • VIRAL HEMORRHAGIC FEVERS
  • YERSINIA
  • Chapter 6. Conveyance and Transportation Issues
  • AIR TRAVEL
  • CRUISE SHIP TRAVEL
  • DEATH DURING TRAVEL
  • TAKING ANIMALS ACROSS INTERNATIONAL BORDERS
  • Chapter 7. International Travel with Infants and Children
  • TRAVELING SAFELY WITH INFANTS AND CHILDREN
  • VACCINE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR INFANTS AND CHILDREN
  • TRAVEL AND BREASTFEEDING
  • INTERNATIONAL ADOPTIONS
  • Chapter 8. Advising Travelers with Specific Needs
  • THE IMMUNOCOMPROMISED TRAVELER
  • TRAVELING WHILE PREGNANT
  • TRAVELERS WITH DISABILITIES
  • VFRs: IMMIGRANTS RETURNING HOME TO VISIT FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
  • HUMANITARIAN AID WORKERS
  • ADVICE FOR AIR CREWS
  • LONG-TERM TRAVELERS AND EXPATRIATES
  • TRAVELING WITH CHRONIC MEDICAL ILLNESSES
  • Chapter 9. Health Considerations for Newly Arrived Immigrants and Refugees
  • INTRODUCTION
  • BEFORE ARRIVAL IN THE UNITED STATES: PANEL PHYSICIANS AND THE OVERSEAS MEDICAL EXAMINATION
  • AFTER ARRIVAL IN THE UNITED STATES: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SCREENING ANDIMMUNIZATIONS OF NEW IMMIGRANTS AND REFUGEES
  • MIGRANT HEALTH RESOURCES
  • Appendices
  • APPENDIX A: PROMOTION OF QUALITY IN THE PRACTICE OF TRAVEL MEDICINE
  • APPENDIX B: ESSENTIAL ELECTRONIC RESOURCES FOR THE TRAVEL MEDICINE PRACTITIONER
  • APPENDIX C: TRAVEL VACCINE SUMMARY TABLE
  • Index
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