Travel Tip #1 Plan Ahead Make a travel

Travel Tip #1 Plan Ahead Make a travel

Travel Tip #1 Plan Ahead Make a travel consultation appointment at Health and Wellness Services at least 6 weeks prior to departure date Consider additional travel destinations Read through your travel packet Establish itinerary and travel dates Travel Tip #2 Travel Consultation

The consultation is FREE but there is a charge for any vaccines Bring your immunization recordsWisconsin immunization records can be found at www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/immunization/wir.htm Bring a list of all your medications Have your itinerary ready Expect to create a travel health plan specific to your individual needs Travel Tip #3

Traveling with Medications Carry a complete list of all medications (use generic names) Pack all prescription or over-the-counter medications in their original bottles Have medications packed in carry-on luggage Make sure to bring enough plus extra to allow for any change in travel plans Talk to your pharmacist or insurance provider if

more than a 30 day supply is needed Check the country embassy for a list of illegal medications Travel Tip #4 Traveling with a Health Concern Carry a letter from your medical provider (on their office letterhead with contact information). It should include a summary of any health condition, medications, and a plan of care Carry or wear a medical alert, listing allergies or health conditions

Carry a card in the local language with medical information, serious allergies, health conditions, and list of the generic names for all medications Joint Commission accredited medical facilities can be found at www.jointcommissioninternational.org Travel Tip #5 Insect Bite Prevention Cover exposed skin by wearing long-sleeves, long pants, and hats Avoid areas and times of day when mosquitoes are most active

Use an insect repellent that contains at least a 2050% DEET When using a sunscreen apply it first, allow it to dry, then apply insect repellent Stay or sleep in air-conditioned or screened rooms Use a bed net if sleeping exposed to outdoors Permethrin can be used to treat clothing and gearbut DO NOT apply directly to skin Travel Tip #6 Safe Food and Water

Hot foods should be eaten hot and cold foods should be eaten cold Eat pasteurized dairy products Avoid raw or undercooked eggs, meat, fish, or seafood Eat fruits and vegetables washed in clean water or peeled yourself Avoid eating food from street vendors

Drink bottled water or beverages with an intact seal Hot coffee and tea are considered safe Ice is not considered safe unless made from bottled or disinfected water Travel Vaccines & Medications Vaccines: Routine Vaccines: Tetanus, Hepatitis B, MMR, Polio, and Influenza Travel Vaccines: Typhoid (oral or injectable), Hepatitis A, and Yellow Fever (when available) Medications:

Antimalarials Travelers Diarrhea Antibiotic Altitude Sickness These are the prescription and vaccines available through SNC Health and Wellness Services. Resources Center for Disease Control https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/list/ U.S. State Department https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/internation al-travel.html Call for your travel consultation SNC Health and Wellness Services Mulva Family Fitness & Sports Center 920-403-3266

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