Blackwell's Primary Care Essentials: Travel Medicine / Edition 1

Blackwell's Primary Care Essentials: Travel Medicine / Edition 1

by Robert P. Smith, Stephen D. Sears
     
 

ISBN-10: 0632044829

ISBN-13: 9780632044825

Pub. Date: 01/28/2002

Publisher: Wiley

The explosive growth in international travel and the increasing popularity of adventurous travel itineraries in the past two decades create new challenges in primary care practices.

Blackwell's Primary Care Essentials: Travel Medicine is an invaluable guide to the diagnoses and treatment of disorders and diseases associated with travel.

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Overview

The explosive growth in international travel and the increasing popularity of adventurous travel itineraries in the past two decades create new challenges in primary care practices.

Blackwell's Primary Care Essentials: Travel Medicine is an invaluable guide to the diagnoses and treatment of disorders and diseases associated with travel.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780632044825
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
01/28/2002
Series:
Blackwell's Primary Care Essentials Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
299
Product dimensions:
4.96(w) x 7.26(h) x 0.70(d)

Table of Contents

Preface.

Table of Contents.

Medical Abbreviations.

Journal Abbreviations.

Section 1: Epidemiology of Travel Medicine.

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Chapter 1: Overview of Risk.

Section 2 : Prevention of Travel Related Illness.

Chapter 2: Components of Pretravel Visit.

Chapter 3: Immunizations.

3.1 Overview.

3.2 General Principles.

3.3 Summary of Vaccines.

3.4 Yellow Fever Vaccine.

3.5 Cholera Vaccine.

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3.6 Hepatitis A Vaccine.

3.7 Hepatitis B Vaccine.

3.8 Measles Vaccine.

3.9 Meningococcal Vaccine.

3.10 Japanese B Encephalitis Vaccine.

3.11 Rabies Vaccine (Pre-exposure).

3.12 Typhoid Vaccine.

3.13 Tetanus/Diptheria Vaccine.

3.14 Polio Vaccine.

3.15 Lyme Disease.

Chapter 4: Prevention of Malaria.

Chapter 5: Prevention of Food- and Waterborne Disease.

Chapter 6: Prevention of Accidents/Injuries.

Chapter 7: Prevention of Environmental Illnesses.

7.1 Altitude illness.

7.2 Heat illness.

7.3 Sunburn and other light reactions.

7.4 Cold Illness.

7.5 Arthropod Bites and Stings.

7.6 Venomous Reptiles.

7.7 Marine Envenomations.

7.8 Undersea Diving-Related Illness.

Chapter 8: Illness During Transportation.

8.1 Motion Sickness and Jet Lag.

8.2 Deep vein thrombophlebitis ("Economy Class" Syndrome).

Chapter 9: Protection of Special Groups.

9.1 The Pregnant Traveler.

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9.2 The Positive HIV Traveler.

9.3 The Pediatric Traveler.

9.4 The Diabetic Traveler.

Section 3 : Recognition and Treatment of Travel-Related Illness.

Chapter 10: The Traveler with Fever.

Chapter 11: The Traveler with Diarrhea.

Chapter 12: The Traveler with Skin Lesions.

Chapter 13: The Traveler with Eosinophilia.

Chapter 14: The Asymptomatic Traveler.

Chapter 15: Health Screening of Immigrants and Refugees.

Section 4: Travel Related Infectious Diseases and Other Ailments.

Chapter 16: Bacteria.

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16.1 Anthrax.

16.2 Atypicap Mycobacteria.

16.3 Bacillus Cereus Food Poisoning.

16.4 Bacterial Dysentery.

16.5 Bartonellosis.

16.6 Bite Wound Infections.

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16.7 Botulism.

16.8 Brucellosis.

16.9 Campylobacter Diarrhea.

16.10 Cat Scratch Fever.

16.11 Chancroid.

16.12 Chlamydial Infections.

16.13 Cholera.

16.14 Clostridium Perfringens Food Poisoning.

16.15 Diptheria.

16.16 E coli.

16.17 Ehrlichiosis.

16.18 Gonorrhea.

16.19 Granuloma Inguinale.

16.20 Legionnaires' disease.

16.21 Leprosy.

16.22 Leptospirosis.

16.23 Listerial Infections.

16.24 Lyme disease.

16.25 Lymphogranuloma Venereum.

16.26 Melioidosis.

16.27 Meningococcal Meningitis.

16.28 Noncholera Vibrios.

16.29 Other Streptococcal Infections.

16.30 Paratyphoid Fever and Salmonellosis.

16.31 Pertussis.

16.32 Plague.

16.33 Pneumococcal Infection.

16.34 Pseudomembranous Colitis.

16.35 Psittacosis.

16.36 Q fever.

16.37 Rat Bite Fever.

16.38 Relapsing Fever.

16.39 Rocky Mounain Spotted Fever.

16.40 Scarlet Fever and Streptococcal Toxic Shock.

16.41 Scrub Typhus.

16.42 Staph Food Poisoning.

16.43 Staph Soft Tissue Infections.

16.44 Syphilis.

16.45 Tetanus and Lockjaw.

16.46 Toxic Shock Syndrome.

16.47 Traveler's Diarrhea.

16.48 Trench fever.

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16.49 Tuberculosis.

16.50 Tularemia (Rabbit Fever).

16.51 Typhoid fever.

16.52 Typhus.

16.53 Yersinia Gastroenteritis.

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Chapter 17: Fungal Disease.

17.1 Blastomycosis.

17.2 Coccidiodomycosis.

17.3 Cryptococcosis.

17.4 Histoplasmosis.

17.5 Mycetoma.

17.6 Paracoccidiodomycosis.

17.7 Penicilliosis.

17.8 Sporotrichosis.

Chapter 18: Parasitic Disease.

18.1 Africam Sleeping Sickness.

18.2 Amebiasis.

18.3 Amebic Meningoencephalitis.

18.4 Anasakiasis.

18.5 Angiostrongyliasis.

18.6 Ascariasis and Trichuriasis.

18.7 Babesiosis.

18.8 Blastocystis Hominis.

18.9 Chagas Disease.

18.10 Clonorchiasis.

18.11 Cryptosporidium Diarrhea.

18.12 Cyclospora.

18.13 Cysticersosis.

18.14 Echinococcal Cyst Disease.

18.15 Enterobiasis (Pinworms).

18.16 Fascialiasis and Paragonimiasis.

18.17 Filariasis and Overview.

18.18 Filariasis Loaiasis.

18.19 Filariasis Onchocerciasis.

18.20 Giardiasis.

18.21 Gnathostomiasis.

18.22 Hookworm.

18.23 Larva Migrans and Toxocariasis.

18.24 Leishmania.

18.25 Malaria.

18.26 Schistosomiasis.

18.27 Strongyloidiasis.

18.28 Tapeworms.

18.29 Toxoplasmosis.

18.30 Trichinosis.

Chapter 19: Arthropod Bites and Infections.

19.1 Lice.

19.2 Myaisis.

19.3 Scabies.

19.4 Tick paralysis.

19.5 Tungiasis.

Chapter 20: Viral Infections.

20.1 Alphaviruses.

20.2 Arboviral Encephalitis.

20.3 Arenavirus (New World).

20.4 Bunyavirus.

20.5 Dengue.

20.6 Ebola Virus.

20.7 Hepatitis A.

20.8 Hepatitis B.

20.9 Hepatitis C.

20.10 Hepatitis E.

20.11 HIV and AIDS.

20.12 HTLV 1.

20.13 Lassa Fever.

20.14 Poliomyelitis.

20.15 Rabies.

20.16 Yellow Fever.

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Chapter 21: Miscellaneous Conditions.

21.1 Ciguatera Fish Poisoning.

21.2 Delusional Parasitosis.

21.3 Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning.

21.4 Tropical Sprue.

Appendix 1 ( CDC Geography of disease); 2-6 includes resource list; insurance; pt educ forms,etc

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