TROPICAL TRIP: TWO KEY PRINCIPLES
Tropical diseases are numerous and dangerous. The first major principle is to know before they go on recommended vaccinations and preventive treatments to go. The second is to apply to the return travel: any unexplained fever should suggest a cause malaria and consultation without delay.
1.Before the trip: what are the recommended vaccinations?
2.Return advice immediately if fever
3.For more information
How you travel back in good health and still healthier? It is the goal of travel medicine, highly specialized discipline that must juggle tropical infectious diseases. It has two essential weapons: vaccinations and preventive treatments, which doctors call as “prophylactic”.
Before the trip: what are the recommended vaccinations?
A traveler should first of all learn well before departure of recommended vaccinations according to its destination, conditions of stay and duration. He can contact his doctor or go to the travel advisories travel guide e-health . It must also ensure that its vaccine reminders are up to date for tetanus as such. Most vaccines can be made by the general practitioner (DT polio, hepatitis A and B, typhoid, influenza , meningococcal etc..). But beware, some vaccinations like the one against yellow fever (YF-anti), must be in an international vaccination center CMIP , which will issue a certificate that may be required crossing certain borders. Learn well in advance of vaccine requirements by country visited.
Return advice immediately if fever
Malaria or malaria affects over 100 countries worldwide. About 3 million travelers French traveling to areas where malaria is endemic and from 5000 to 6000 annual cases of malaria are reported each year in France, making our country (mainland) most affected by imported malaria. Prior to travel to malaria-infected area, it is imperative to take steps to protect themselves from mosquito bites (covering clothing, repellent skin , mosquito net impregnated with repellent) and follow a preventive treatment, selected according to the evolution of resistance. And in return, should be considered as signs of infection, including fever , malaria is a potentially diagnose it takes to start treatment as soon as possible. Malaria can be fatal!http://prohealthblog.com/key-principles.htmlAlternative MedicineHealth CareHealth TipsMeditationNatural TreatmentsSkin Careadvance of vaccine,good health,influenza,malaria affects,meningococcal,preventive treatments,still healthier,typhoid,vaccinations,vaccine