International Travel and Health 2011
- World Health Organization (WHO)
The 2011 edition of International Travel and Health by the World Health Organization (WHO), is primarily intended for medical and public health professionals who advise travellers, but is also a standard reference guide used by travel agents, airlines, and shipping companies as well as for travellers themselves to make sure they have the most up-to-date information.
Covering all the principal risks to travellers' health, both during their journeys and at their destinations, it describes all relevant infectious diseases, including their causative agents, modes of transmission, clinical features and geographical distribution, and provides details of prophylactic and preventive measures.
Features of this new edition include:
Updated and improved vaccine-preventable disease descriptions
Updated vaccine recommendations and schedules
Revised list of countries and areas at risk of yellow fever
Updated country list with malaria information
Updated maps showing disease distribution
Updated information for travellers with HIV.
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