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pretravel

[′prē‚trav·əl]
(control systems)
The distance or angle through which the actuator of a switch moves from the free position to the operating position.
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Extreme heat, poorly prepared or stored food, and inadequate pretravel vaccination lead to the spread of many infectious diseases [70].
Olympic team, planned a pretravel evaluation of arboviral infections with a postgames follow-up.
The study found that of 40,810 travelers, 6,612 were eligible for MMR vaccine at the time of traveling abroad, but 3,477, or 53 percent, ended up not getting vaccinated. After analyzing a structured questionnaire completed by both travelers and providers during pretravel consultation, researchers found that 48 percent of travelers who were not vaccinated refused to get the vaccination, thinking it was unnecessary.
Secure Flight integrates two categories of watch list (the 'no fly' list, enumerating those precluded from flying, and the 'selectee list', identifying those subject to additional, pretravel security measures) with smart border technologies.
The report then describes the implementation of these provisions, including pretravel screening, primary and secondary inspections, trusted traveler programs, outbound enforcement, and the entry-exit system.
Among regional players, Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy has expanded its offerings from traditional flu and pertussis shots to broad-based travel vaccinations and pretravel consultations.
The first of these is a short, pretravel research paper on limestone, in which students address the following questions: What exactly is limestone?
He may likely have benefited from a pretravel evaluation for necessary vaccinations prior to his travel including the Salmonella typhi vaccine which he is also at a higher risk of developing invasive disease from given his immune status.
MSU students and faculty have participated in study abroad courses before, and based on the feedback of the previous e-mail partnership programs, the authors felt that a pretravel e-mail partnership would be worth implementing.
The 29 chapters cover child mortality; poverty, politics, war, and health; medical anthropology; cultural sensitivity, awareness, and competency; international law and health; maltreatment and advocacy; environmental hazards; medical work in resource-limited countries; disaster relief; travel clinics, pretravel care, immunization, traveler's diarrhea, injury and insect bite prevention, international adoption, and the ill-returned traveler; and various types of care, such as for newborns, malnutrition, HIV and AIDS, and infection control.
In the pretravel planning stage, the online or traditional flight booking systems presented a different experience for the nondisabled and TwD.