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Destinations and Vaccinations

  • Hepatitis A: Viral infection of the liver. Transmitted through contaminated food or water.
    High risk areas, Central and South America.

  • Hepatitis B: Exposure through bodily fluids and needles. Required for all children born in Colorado.
    High risk areas, Africa, Southeast Asia, Middle East. A must for Medical professionals.

  • Twinrix: Combination Hep A and Hep B. Vaccine can be accelerated for short notice travelers..

  • Typhoid: Spread through contaminated food and water.
    Risk is virtually all tropical regions.

  • Tetanus / Diphtheria / Pertussis: Also known as “Lockjaw”. Any break in the skin is susceptible. Pertussis, also known as “Whooping Cough”.
    On the rise in the U.S.

  • Flu Vaccine: Seasonal protection against the flu and now contains H1N1 protection.

  • Pneumonia:Every five years for those at risk ie. (compromised immune system, asthma, previous pneumonia).
    Everybody over 65 should get this.

  • Polio: Polio is making a resurgence in particularly poor/crowded areas.
    High risk is now India, Pakistan, parts of Africa. You need a booster even if you were vaccinated as a child.
  • PPD: A test for Tubercluosis exposure. A must for Medical professionals or prolonged international trips of 2-3 months.

  • Meningitis: Bacterial, is spread by coughing, kissing closely confined areas. College kids in Dormitory settings should get this.

  • Measles, Mumps, Rubella: Anyone over 18 or those individuals born after 1956.
    You should get this vaccine unless you can prove you have had the diseases.

  • Yellow Fever: Carried by mosquito’s, attacks the liver.
    Is required for parts of Africa, Panama and parts of South America (Amazon).

  • Chicken Pox: Highly contagious viral infection spread by unvaccinated individuals.

  • Shingles: The same virus that causes Chicken Pox.
    Zostavax cannot cure Shingles but can help prevent it.

  • Rabies: Viral infection spread by infected animal bite, saliva or scratch. Deadly.

  • Japanese Encephalitis: Transmitted by mosquito’s with JE. Mosquito’s become infected by feeding on infected pigs and wild birds, typically in a rice-paddy setting.
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