Health risks are dynamic and ever-changing, both at home and while traveling abroad. To stay abreast of the most up-to-date health recommendations, for decades health care professionals and travelers have relied on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's user-friendly Health Information for International Travel (commonly referred to as the The Yellow Book) as a trusted reference. Updated biennially by a team of experts, this book is the only publication for all official government recommendations for international travel. The book's features include clear and easy-to-read disease risk maps, information on where to find health care during travel, specific health information and itineraries for popular tourist destinations, detailed country-specific information for yellow fever and malaria, advice for those traveling with infants and children, and a comprehensive catalog of diseases, their clinical pictures, and their epidemiologies. The Yellow Book addresses the pre-travel consult and provides post-travel clinical guidance on ways to approach common syndromes of returned travelers who are ill.Only 1 case associated with international travelhas been reported in the UnitedStates in thepast2decades. CLINICAL PRESENTATION The ... JG, AscherMS, Eitzen E, etal.Plague asa biological weapon: medical and publichealth management.
|Title||:||CDC Health Information for International Travel 2012: The Yellow Book|
|Author||:||Gary W. Brunette|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 2011-05-09|