Travel Medicine

TRAVEL IMMUNIZATIONS / VACCINATIONS

Immunizations protect individuals against some of the diseases to which the general population is exposed. These diseases are unique to the operations of a particular worksite, for example following trauma - specifically tetanus - and diseases which may be prevalent in foreign countries.

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What immunizations do I need?

There are three types of immunizations: Routine, Required, and Recommended.

All adults should update these routine immunizations every 10 years, even if they do not plan to travel:

Tetanus and Diphtheria

Some countries will require proof of these immunizations before entry:

Yellow fever
Meningococcal

Depending on your itinerary, planned activities and current health status, your health care professional may recommend one or more of these immunizations:

Hepatitis A
Hepatitis B
Influenza
Japanese Encephalitis
Measles
Meningococcal
Poliomyelitis
Rabies
Rubella(German Measles)
Typhoid
Yellow Fever

Health Tip

Certain health conditions can dramatically increase a traveler's risk. If you are pregnant or have a chronic medical condition (i.e.: allergies, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, etc.) be sure to consult a health care professional prior to departure. For more information on travelers' health, please visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention website. - Jeffrey Liva MD Preventive Plus

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