CLICK HERE to download the section from Wilderness & Travel Medicine on "Chest & Abdominal Injuries" * Author is a nationally recognized expert in wilderness medicine * Covers both illnesses and injuries * Includes improvised techniques for when medical supplies aren't on hand * Every section has been updated and new illustrations added to this edition First published in 1992, Wilderness & Travel Medicine has been a staple of the emergency first-aid kits sold worldwide by Adventure Medical Kits. With this fourth edition, Mountaineers Books and Adventure Medical Kits have partnered to release an updated, standalone reference for anyone who ventures away from civilization. Topics covered include everything from CPR, shock, and fractures to head, eye, and dental injuries, poisonous reactions, frostbite, hypothermia, heat illness, and much, much more. Throughout the text, sidebars provide useful and improvised techniques for specific injuries. In addition, there is "When to Worry" advice explaining how to tell if an injury is advancing in severity, despite attempts to arrest or slow down dangerous symptoms.
This is the Only Wilderness Medicine Book You Need Could you save yourself or a loved one when there are no doctors around? All too often travelers and outdoor enthusiasts get sick, injured, or worse. Learn how to prevent and cure a wide range of ailments whether at home, abroad, or in the wilderness. Discover how to heal yourself, because this comprehensive manual has the all the information you need Get it now. Includes 4 Free Bonuses Get your copy of Wilderness and Travel Medicine today and you will also receive: An emergency first aid cheat sheet. Daily health and fitness cheat sheet. Keep yourself healthy with this simple guide. How to lash and other useful knots. Use these to improvise stretchers and other equipment. The Survival Fitness Plan Super Burpee. A warm-up, stretch, and conditioning workout all in one exercise. A Wilderness Medicine Handbook Like No Other Diagnoses and treatments for a wide range of injuries & illnesses How to improvise what you need when modern medicine isn't available Pharmaceuticals, medicinal plants, veterinary substitutes, and other alternative remedies Preventative methods so you don't get sick/injured in the first place Safe use and dosage instructions for suggested medications Sample wilderness medicine kit that you can take on a commercial flight Information for Each Condition Contains A brief description Possible symptoms Appropriate treatment(s) depending on the situation Other supplementary information, e.g., causes, prevention, alternative remedies, complications A 2-Part Wilderness Medicine Field Guide Quickly find what you're looking for in an emergency situation. Part I is must-read information covering: Anatomy: Learn how the body's systems work individually and as a whole. This makes diagnoses easier. Prevention Medicine: Prevention is the best cure. Learn how to avoid getting sick and/or injured in the first place. First Aid Kit: An inventory and simple explanation of a first aid kit for travelers. Medications Guide: Information on the safe use of the medications in this book. Immediate First Aid: What to do in life-threatening medical situations. Secondary Exam: A secondary exam will help you to make an accurate medical diagnosis. Moving a Patient: Safe ways to move a patient. Part II is diagnoses and treatments. It is uniquely categorized by cause and/or body area to enable quick searching. Environmental: Tropical diseases, heat & cold injuries, plants & animals, jetlag, etc. Head: Headaches, brain injuries, ears, eyes, and nose infections, dental issues, etc. Circulation: Shock, dehydration, diabetes, etc. Digestive: Diarrhea, constipation, food poisoning, motion sickness, etc. Genitourinary: STI's, pregnancy, UTI's, etc. Integumentary: Skin disorders, nail injuries, splinters, etc. Musculoskeletal: Sprains, strains, fractures, dislocations, etc. Respiratory: Asthma, strep-throat, bronchitis, cold and flu, pneumonia, etc. ... and much more No matter where you go you need this book, because the information inside it saves lives Get it now.
Includes new chapters to assist your care of specific populations such as those engaging in ecotourism or military travel, as well as the VIP traveler. A new chapter on pre-travel considerations for non-vaccine preventable travel infections has also been added. Provides new information on new influenza and shingles vaccines, microbiome and drug resistance, Zika and the pregnant or breastfeeding traveler, the Viagra effect and increase in STIs, refugees and immigrants, and much more. Covers new methods of prevention of dengue virus, Zika virus, chikungunya virus, Middle Eastern respiratory syndrome, sleeping sickness, and avian flu. New illustrations and numerous new tables and boxes provide visual guidance and make reference quick and easy. Helps you prepare for the travel medicine examination with convenient cross references to the ISTM "body of knowledge" in specific chapters and/or passages in the book. Keeps you updated on remote destinations and the unique perils they present.
Author: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Health risks are real and ever-changing, especially while traveling abroad. To stay abreast of the most up-to-date health recommendations, experienced travelers and health care professionals have always relied on CDC's user-friendly Health Information for International Travel (commonly known as the The Yellow Book) as their one indispensable guide. Updated biennially by a team of almost two hundred experts-including both CDC staff and travel medicine experts--this book is the only publication that contains all of the official government recommendations for international travel. Clearly written and featuring full-color illustrations, the book provides easy-to-read disease risk maps, information on where to find health care during travel, advice for those traveling with infants and children, a comprehensive catalog of diseases, and detailed country-specific health warnings. For example, the section on the Caribbean lays out the recommended immunizations and examines specific health risks for travelers to the region, ranging from malaria to dengue, yellow fever, and traveler's diarrhea. But the book goes beyond the risk of disease to discuss dangers such as violent crime-fortunately, not a great danger to tourists in the area-and also to remind travelers that the single greatest cause of injury death among visitors are traffic accidents. The section on the Caribbean also notes hurricane season and outlines the risks involved in snorkeling, diving, and other water activities common to the area. Every facet of the previous edition has been revisited and revised where necessary, including country-by-country immunization suggestions and new drug information. For the primary care clinician, the specialized travel medicine clinician, or the avid or first-time international traveler, this book is an indispensable safety net, providing readers with everything they need to know to prevent or to seek treatment for illness abroad.
The third edition of this quick-reference manual is a companion to the Textbook of Travel Medicine by the same authors. The Manual of Travel Medicine and Health focuses on the diseases travellers face and how to provide them with information, such as immunizations, needed to reduce their risks during travel in endemic areas. Infectious health risks are covered in depth, from transmission and epidemiology through incubation and therapy. A new format allows for larger, updated maps and figures in colour. New chapters include Food Hygiene, Legal Issues (including the revised international health regulations), Maritime Health, and Natural Disasters. The Infectious Health Risks section includes many new topics including avian influenza, chickungunya, and various relevant parasitic diseases. New information is presented on travel medicine vaccines, antimalarial chemoprophylaxis and chemotherapy.
Author: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC
Publisher: Oxford University Press
THE ESSENTIAL WORK IN TRAVEL MEDICINE -- NOW COMPLETELY UPDATED FOR 2018 As unprecedented numbers of travelers cross international borders each day, the need for up-to-date, practical information about the health challenges posed by travel has never been greater. For both international travelers and the health professionals who care for them, the CDC Yellow Book 2018: Health Information for International Travel is the definitive guide to staying safe and healthy anywhere in the world. The fully revised and updated 2018 edition codifies the U.S. government's most current health guidelines and information for international travelers, including pretravel vaccine recommendations, destination-specific health advice, and easy-to-reference maps, tables, and charts. The 2018 Yellow Book also addresses the needs of specific types of travelers, with dedicated sections on: · Precautions for pregnant travelers, immunocompromised travelers, and travelers with disabilities · Special considerations for newly arrived adoptees, immigrants, and refugees · Practical tips for last-minute or resource-limited travelers · Advice for air crews, humanitarian workers, missionaries, and others who provide care and support overseas Authored by a team of the world's most esteemed travel medicine experts, the Yellow Book is an essential resource for travelers -- and the clinicians overseeing their care -- at home and abroad.
With an increase in visits to remote and dangerous locations around the world, the number of serious and fatal injuries and illnesses associated with these expeditions has markedly increased. Medical personnel working in or near such locations are not always explicitly trained in the management of unique environmental injuries, such as high-altitude sickness, the bends, lightning strikes, frostbite, acute dehydration, venomous stings and bites, and tropical diseases. Many health care professionals seek training in the specialty of wilderness medicine to cope with the health risks faced when far removed from professional care resources, and the American College of Emergency Medicine has recently mandated that a minimum level of proficiency needs to be exhibited by all ER physicians in this discipline. This book covers everything a prospective field physician or medical consultant needs to prepare for when beginning an expedition and explains how to treat a variety of conditions in a concise, clinically oriented format.
Travel Medicine, 3rd Edition, by Dr. Jay S. Keystone, Dr. Phyllis E. Kozarsky, Dr. David O. Freedman, Dr. Hans D. Nothdruft, and Dr. Bradley A. Connor, prepares you and your patients for any travel-related illness they may encounter. Consult this one-stop resource for best practices on everything from immunizations and pre-travel advice to essential post-travel screening. From domestic cruises to far-flung destinations, this highly regarded guide offers a wealth of practical guidance on all aspects of travel medicine. "This is an excellent reference source that contains words of wisdom which covers an area of medicine which can sometimes get lost on the radar screen". Reviewed by: Dr Harry Brown on behalf of Glycosmedia, Apr 2014 Benefit from the advice of international experts on the full range of travel-related illnesses, including cruise travel, bird flu, SARS, traveler's diarrhea, malaria, environmental problems, and much more. Prepare for the travel medicine examination with convenient cross references for the ISTM "body of knowledge" to specific chapters and/or passages in the book. Search the complete text and download images at expertconsult.com. Effectively protect your patients before they travel with new information on immunizations and emerging and re-emerging disease strains, including traveler's thrombosis. Update your knowledge of remote destinations and the unique perils they present. Stay abreast of best practices for key patient populations, with new chapters on the migrant patient, humanitarian aid workers, medical tourism, and mass gatherings, as well as updated information on pediatric and adolescent patients.
Based on Dr. Auerbach’s renowned Wilderness Medicine text, Field Guide to Wilderness Medicine, 5th Edition, is your portable, authoritative guide to the full range of medical and emergency situations that occur in non-traditional settings. Useful for experienced physicians as well as advanced practice providers, this unique medical guide covers an indispensable range of topics in a well-illustrated, highly condensed format – in print or on any mobile device – for quick access anytime, anywhere. An easy-access presentation ensures rapid retrieval and comprehension of wilderness medical information, with "Signs and Symptoms" and "Treatment" sections, bulleted lists, and quick-reference text boxes in every chapter. All chapters are thoroughly up to date, including new information on travel medicine, medications, immunizations, and field treatment of common conditions. Step-by-step explanations from wilderness medicine experts cover the clinical presentation and treatment of a full range of wilderness emergencies and show you how to improvise with available materials. Comprehensive coverage includes dive medicine and water-related emergencies, mountain medicine and wilderness survival, global humanitarian relief and disaster medicine, high-altitude medicine, pain management, and much more. Line drawings and color plates help you quickly an accurately identify skin manifestations, plants, poisonous mushrooms, snakes, insects, and more. Useful appendices address everything from environment-specific situations to lists of essential supplies, medicines, and many additional topics of care.
This 1st edition of Essential Travel Medicine provides an excellent concise introduction to the specialty of Travel Medicine. This core text will enable health care practitioners particularly those new to the clinical practice of Travel Medicine, to gain a fundamental understanding of the diverse and complex issues which can potentially affect the health of the many millions of people who undertake international travel. Jane N Zuckerman is joined by Gary W Brunette from CDC and Peter A Leggat from Australia as Editors. Leading international specialists in their fields have contributed authoritative chapters reflecting current knowledge to facilitate best clinical practice in the different aspects of travel medicine. The aim of Essential Travel Medicine is to provide a comprehensive guide to Travel Medicine as well as a fundamental knowledge base to support international undergraduate and postgraduate specialty training programmes in the discipline of Travel Medicine. The 1st edition of Essential Travel Medicine offers an indispensable resource of essential information for travel health practitioners, infectious disease specialists, occupational health specialists, public health specialists, family practitioners, pharmacists and other allied health professionals. This core text will appeal similarly to those training in Travel Medicine and to those who want a concise introduction to the subject or an ideal revision companion.
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.