Health Care of the International Traveler
Travel to the farthest corners of any continent is available to many. The spectrum of problems encountered by the international traveler vary from upper respiratory infections to great scourges such as malaria, plague, and rabies. Health care of the international traveler starts with education and prevention and ends with evaluation for exposures to diseases not normally encountered in the country of origin. This rapidly changing field is well suited to the broad background of the family practitioner.
KeywordsMotion Sickness Acute Mountain Sickness Japanese Encephalitis Measle Vaccine Oral Rehydration Solution
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