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VACCINATIONS SOUTH EAST ASIA
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CountryDate TetanusDiptheriaMeningitisHep AHep BRabiesCholeraTyphoid
Japanese encephalitis
Dengue Fever
MalariapolioEssential
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Iran20-AprroutineroutineCheckessentiallow riskrecommendedessentiallow risklow riskRecommended
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Turkmenistan10-MayroutineroutineCheckessentiallow riskrecommendedessentialLow Risk
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Uzbekistan27-MayroutineroutineCheckessentiallow riskrecommendedessential
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Tajikistan23-JunroutineroutineCheckessentiallow riskrecommendedessentiallow risk
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Kyrgystan6-JulroutineroutineCheckessentiallow riskrecommendedessential
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China30-AugroutineroutineCheckessentiallow riskrecommendedessentialrecommended
recommended
low risk
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Vietnam1-OctroutineroutineCheckessentiallow riskrecommendedessentialrecommended
recommended
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Cambodia 7-NovroutineroutineCheckessentiallow riskrecommendedessentiallow risk
recommended
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Thailand16-NovroutineroutineCheckessentiallow riskrecommendedlow riskessentiallow risk
recommended
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Malaya1-DecroutineroutineCheckessentiallow riskrecommendedlow riskessentiallow risk
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Australia21-DecroutineroutineChecklow risklow risklow risklow risk
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LaosroutineroutineCheckEssentiallow risk
REcommended
low risk
recommended
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Tasmania routineroutineCheck
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New ZealandroutineCheck
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Sonia23/09/201423/09/201410/11/200723/09/201429/01/201829/01/201807/02/201823/09/2014nono
have 168 tablets
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Soniastill validstill validout of date29/01/201805/02/201805/02/201814/02/2018still valid?review risk
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Sonia
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Doxycycline (Vibramycin) 
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Doxycycline is an antibiotic, which is quite effective in preventing chloroquine-resistant falciparum malaria. It can be used in those who can not take mefloquine, and those who do not want to take mefloquine. It must be taken on a daily basis, starting the day before entering the malarious area, daily while away, and for four weeks after departure.
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It must be taken with lots of water, or it may irritate the esophagus. You’ll get heartburn from hell! As it can cause photosensitivity, sun precautions must be used. It will also predispose women to yeast infections. It is contraindicated in pregnancy and children under the age of 8, as it can cause staining of the teeth. The commonest complaint I hear about this drug is “stomach ache” and diarrhea. It is effective along the borders of Thailand and Cambodia / Burma, where mefloquine isn’t.
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Malarone (atovaquone/proguanil)
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Malarone, the newest antimalarial, is a combination of proguanil and atovoquone. Proguanil has been around for years, and is an alternative to chloroquine for malaria prophylaxis. Atovoquone has been in use for the treatment of Pneumocystis carinii and Toxoplasma gondii in patients infected with HIV. This drug is started the day prior to arrival in the malarious area, taken on a daily basis while there, and continued for only 7 days after leaving the malarious area. It is known as a “causal” prophylactic, that is, it actually kills the malaria parasites while they are still in the liver, before they get into the bloodstream.
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Thankfully, this antimalarial is almost free of side effects. It may cause an upset stomach, and mouth ulcers can occur secondary to the proguanil component. I have only seen this happen in kids with braces on their teeth. It should not be used in pregnant women. Its main drawback is its price – almost 5 dollars a pill in Canada, and much more in the U.S. Therefore, it is an extremely useful pill for those taking short trips, those with good private medical plans, those with lots of money, and those who cannot take mefloquine or doxycycline.
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