VACCINES AND TRAVEL CLINIC
This is a screening for deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a blood clot that forms in a deep vein, usually in the leg. The deep veins in the leg are blood vessels which go through the calf and thigh muscles, and are not those which you can see just below the skin. Long journeys (more than four hours) by plane, train, bus, car, etc, are thought to cause a slightly increased risk of DVT. This is probably due to sitting immobile and cramped for long periods. Blood flows more slowly and collects in the legs when they are hanging down. Blood flowing slowly is more likely to make a clot. It is important to not that the risk of DVT from travel is small
POST-TRAVEL SCREEN 1
A post travel screen takes place 6 weeks before travelling where all samples taken are sent to the lab and are tested for Blood tests for malaria parasites and other parasitic infections such as schistosomiasis and strongyloides. Stool and urine tests for parasites CT, MRI and ultrasound imaging through our partners. Screening blood test for TB exposure
POST-TRAVEL SCREEN 2
A post travel screen takes place 6 weeks before travelling and includes all the tests of the Post travel screen 1 but also includes: Malarial Abs, Hep A IgM Abs, Hep B sAg, Hep C Abs and HIV Duo.
Protect yourself whilst travelling abroad by understanding the possible risks and how you can stay safe & healthy. To help, we’ve provided a summary of each of the vaccines offered at Eyano Medical BPC and the diseases they protect against.
You can then be given expert advice tailored to your exact itinerary and medical needs. With serious infections such as Yellow Fever, Hepatitis and Rabies which are common in some parts of the world, it is important to make sure you have the right vaccinations before you leave. We are able to provide vaccinations for adults and children, to protect the whole family if required. Some vaccinations take time to work, so we recommend that your appointment is ideally 6 weeks before you travel and at least 2 weeks if possible.
We provide a number of vaccines including Booster DT+P (Revaxis) also known as the 3-in-1 or the Td/IPV vaccine, is given to boost protection against 3 separate diseases: tetanus, diphtheria and polio.
JAPANESE ENCEPHALITIS VACCINE
We provide a range of vaccines including Japanese Encephalitis. You need to get the first dose ideally five weeks before you travel in order to be able to complete the 2 dose course in time. The second dose needs to be given ideally 28 days after the first. You are protected for seven days after the second dose.
We provide a range of vaccines including Pneumococcal (11yrs & above) which protects you from against potentially serious, and even deadly infections cause by pneumococcal disease, like pneumococcal meningitis (infection of the tissue covering the brain and spinal cord) and pneumonia (lung infection). This is a 4 dose course that is spent over a 12 - 15 month period
We provide a range of vaccines including Pneumococcal (child) which protects your child from potentially serious, and even deadly infections caused by pneumococcal disease, like pneumococcal meningitis (infection of the tissue covering the brain and spinal cord) and pneumonia (lung infection). This is a 4 dose course that is spent over a 12 - 15 month period
We provide a range of vaccines including meningitis (11yrs & above) vaccine which protects against the bacteria that cause meningococcal disease. This is a single dose course of Menveo Vaccine.
We provide a range of vaccines including meningitis (child) vaccine which protects against the bacteria that cause meningococcal disease. This a single dose course of the Nimenrix Vaccine.
We provide for a range of vaccines including Typhoid. There are two options of how this vaccination can be taken. Option 1 is a one dose typhoid injection of Typhim/ Tiavim/ vivotif. Option 2 is the oral vaccine which consists of three capsules taken over a course of five days
We provide for a range of vaccines including Rabies and this is a 3 dose course and each dose is taken on the 1st, 7th and 21st or 28th day apart of each other
YELLOW FEVER (STAMARIL)
We provide for a range of vaccines including Yellow Fever vaccine which is a 1 dose course given at least 10 days before travel
Hepatitis A Adult/11years+
We provide a range of vaccines including Hepatitis A, the Vaccine (Harvix/Tiavim) vaccine protects you for one year and If you have another booster after one year, you remain protected for at least 10 years.
Hepatitis A and B
We provide a range of vaccines including Hepatitis A and B. If you are planning to travel or require a screening please contact us and book an appointment.
Hepatitis B Adult/11years+
We provide a range of vaccines including Hepatitis B (Adult & 11ys above). Engerix-B helps your body develop immunity to hepatitis B, but it will not treat an active infection you already have.
Hepatitis A & Typhoid
We provide a range of vaccines including Hepatitis A & Typhoid, this vaccination consists of one dose to be given at least two weeks before travel. You will need a booster for hepatitis A after one year to remain protected. After receiving this booster, you are protected for 25 years. You will need a booster for typhoid after three years to stay protected. Adult/16years+ Vaccine (Hepatyrix)
Hepatitis A Child Vaccine
We provide a range of vaccines including Hepatitis A (child) which protects your child from hepatitis A, a potentially serious disease. Protects other people from the disease because children under 6 years old with hepatitis A usually don’t have symptoms, but they often pass the disease to others without anyone knowing they were infected. (Harvix Jr/Tiavim)
Hepatitis B Child Vaccine
We provide a range of vaccines including hepatitis B (child) which Protects your child from hepatitis B, a potentially serious disease. You also protect other people from the disease because children with hepatitis B usually don’t have symptoms, but they may pass the disease to others without anyone knowing they were infected. Engerix
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