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Author(s)
Czapski, Z.
Citation
Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne, 1976, 22, 4/5, pp 521-524
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Author(s)
Svendsen, H. O.; Skouby, S. O.
Citation
Ugeskrift for Laeger, 1976, 138, 13, pp 801-802
Abstract

This guide is intended to help promote acceptable standards of hygiene in tourist establishments in all countries, especially in places outside major cities such as caravan and tent camping sites, youth hostels and children's camps. The criteria considered relate primarily to food, water, wastes...

Author(s)
Salvato, J. A., Jr.
Publisher
World Health Organization., Geneva, Switzerland
Citation
Guide to sanitation in tourist establishments., 1976, pp 141 pp.
Abstract

Parasitic infections are still a significant cause of morbidity in New York City but there has been a gradual decline in intestinal infections. Hookworm, Trichuris, Enterobius and Ascaris infections have declined fairly steadily, Taenia infections rose sharply in 1973 and declined thereafter and...

Author(s)
Imperato, P. J.; Shookhoff, H. B.; Marr, J. S.; Friedman, S.; Hwa, O. C.
Citation
New York State Journal of Medicine, 1977, 77, 1, pp 50-56
Abstract

The course of an outbreak of cysticerciasis in cattle in Notodden (Norway) is described from the point of view of the local veterinary surgeon. The initial diagnosis was based on the isolation of degenerated Cysticercus bovis from the cardiac muscle of a 11/2-year-old animal. A biologists' summer...

Author(s)
Hekneby, A.
Citation
Norsk Veterinaertidsskrift, 1977, 89, 6, pp 397
Abstract

The case is reported of a 30 year old Swedish woman visiting Gambia as a tourist and contracting infection with Trypanosoma gambiense. There was a red papule and erythematous area on the thigh and many trypanosomes in the blood. She was treated with 10 intramuscular injections of 200 mg....

Author(s)
Sterner, G.; Nasander, L.
Citation
Scandinavian Journal of Infectious Diseases, 1977, 9, 2, pp 154-156
Abstract

Volume 1 presents data taken from 6,438 personal interviews. A copy of the questionnaire is appended. Fewer Canadians took vacation trips in 1976 than the year before. Although Canada remains the major vacation destination, increased growth in travel to the United States appears to be a long-term...

Publisher
Marketing Research Office, Canadian Government Office of Tourism., Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Vacation travel by Canadians in 1976. 2 Vols., 1977, pp 92pp.; 74pp.
Abstract

Data from the National Travel Survey (1972 census and transportation) is processed and analyzed. The analysis includes general trends on both origin and destination in addition to recognized spatial patterns within these trends. The atlas portion of the book gives an overview of the distribution of ...

Author(s)
Hudman, L. E.; Budge, R. S.; Hudman, H. L.
Publisher
Business Research Division, Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Colorado., Boulder, Colorado, USA
Citation
An analysis and atlas of travel in the United States., 1977, pp 206pp.
Abstract

A brief description is given of the clinical aspects of infection with Entamoeba histolytica. Such infection is becoming more common in tourists returning to Switzerland.

Author(s)
Gyr, K.
Citation
Schweizerische Medizinische Wochenschrift, 1977, 107, 18, pp 639-640
Abstract

Attention is drawn to the increasing number of cases of falciparum malaria imported into Australia from Papua New Guinea (20 in 1976, at least 40 in 1977). Black appeals for greater vigilance by general practitioners and better information for tourists travelling to endemic areas.

Author(s)
Black, R. H.
Citation
Medical Journal of Australia, 1978, 1, 2, pp 103

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