Manual of Travel Medicine and Health has become a standard reference among travel health professionals. This second edition continues its primary aim of providing clear answers to the many questions fundamental and complex that face the field of travel medicine. The manual focuses on preventive measures to be considered for travelers. Therapy is also included as it applies to self-treatment abroad and to address problems and questions primary care physicians are frequently confronted with by returning travelers. Updates include: new information on infectious health risks, new products entering the market, diagnosis and management of illness upon return Expanded segments on: travel advice for pregnant women, infants and children, patients with chronic medical conditions, senior travelers, and persons with HIV infection New chapters incorporated: Pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia, Fundamentals of Migration Medicine, Screening Immigrants and Refugees, Adoption of Children from Developing Countries, Deep Vein Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism, Diagnosis and Treatment of Malaria, and Diagnosis and Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Diseases. New topics have been added to cover aspects related to bioterrorism.