Because of this risk of measles in both developed and developing countries, all international travelers should be up to date on immunizations, regardless of the travel destination.
A surge in bed bug infestations leads internists to look for warning signs: not just rashes, but recent travel, confirmation by an exterminator, and bullous reactions. ... Dr. deShazo, a professor of medicine and pediatrics at the University of
Facilities should obtain travel histories and consider screening for CRE if patients are from high-risk areas.
Might be worth a look, as safaris in Kenya, Tanzania, etc, become more popular (as does exotic travel in general, though this may change given the economy.).
3) Primary care visits with a physician average $400-500 per year; lower-cost innovators like Doctalker Family Medicine, who charge based on time, rather than diagnosis, and avoid insurance-related ... 7) In many insurance plants, numerous types of care
The combination pill, approved in 2000, is well tolerated, efficacious and only has to be taken for a week after return.“ I think many of us in travel medicine now feel ... that Malarone is clearly the optimal choice for short-term travel (two to three
QD: News Every Day--Five rare yet avoidable air travel health risks. ... For those of you planning air travel to your next medical conference (and ACP Internist isn't too shameless to plug Internal Medicine 2011; we hope to see you there) TIME
Airplane Medicine: What Happens When You Answer The Flight Attendant's Call For A Doctor.
She is certified as an HIV care specialist by the American Academy of HIV Medicine. ... Her professional interests are HIV care and training, medical education, sexually transmitted diseases, travel medicine, bioethics and professionalism, laughter in
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