Medical problems of the overland route from India or South Africa to Europe.
- Published Article
Australian family physician
- Publication Date
Dec 01, 1977
The various problems of the overland traveller are discussed, as are the necessary immunization procedures, the seriousness of falciparum malaria and the various bowel disorders. The necessity for treating minor injuries and abrasions is stressed. Psychological problems, veneral disease and the problem of drug abuse are mentioned.
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