Guide To Further Reading

World Wide Web resources

The American Centers for Disease Control &

Prevention (CDC-P) website includes a comprehensive travel section ( which contains high-quality and up to date information about prophylaxis, avoidance, diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases of travel. Another useful contemporary source is 'Fit for travel', the NHS public access website providing travel health information for people travelling abroad from the UK

(http: / / / ).

Printed resources

Balfour H H 1999 Antiviral drugs. New England

Journal of Medicine 340:1255-1268 Bruce-Chwatt L J 1988 Three hundred and fifty years of the Peruvian fever bark. British Medical Journal 296:1486

Burnham G 1998 Onchocerciasis. Lancet 351: 1341-1346

Carr A, Cooper D A 2000 Adverse effects of antiretroviral therapy. Lancet 356:1423-1430 Cohen J12000 Epstein-Barr virus infection. New

England Journal of Medicine 343: 481-492 Couch R B 2000 Prevention and treatment of influenza. New England Journal of Medicine 343: 1778-1787

Croft A 2000 Malaria: prevention in travellers. British

Medical Journal 321:154-160 Flexner C 1998 HIV-protease inhibitors. New England

Journal of Medicine 338:1281-1292 Gilden D H et al 2000 Neurological complications of the reactivation of varicella-zoster virus. New England Journal of Medicine 342: 635-645 Gubareva L V, Kaiser L, Hayden F G 2000 Influenza virus neuraminidase inhibitors. Lancet 355: 827-835

Hall C B 2001 Respiratory syncytial virus and parainfluenza virus. New England Journal of Medicine 344:1917-1928 Herwaldt B L1999 Leishmaniasis. Lancet 354: 1191-1199

Hay J, Dutton G N 1995 Toxoplasma and the eye.

British Medical Journal 310:1021-1022 Lipman J, Saadia R 1997 Fungal infections in critically ill patients. British Medical Journal 315: 266-267 Liu L X, Weller P F 1996 Antiparasitic drugs. New

England Journal of Medicine 334:1178-1184 Murray H W et al 2000 Recent advances: tropical medicine. British Medical Journal 320: 490-494 Piscitelli S C, Gallicano K D 2001 Interactions among drugs for HIV and opportunistic infections. New England Journal of Medicine 344:984-996 Sepkowitz K A 2001 AIDS—the first 20 years. New

England Journal of Medicine 344:1764-1772 Stevens D A1995 Coccidioidomycosis. New England

Journal of Medicine 332:1077-1082 Weller I V D, Williams I G 2001 ABC of AIDS. Treatment of infections. British Medical Journal 322:1350-1354 Weller I V D, Williams I G 2001 ABC of AIDS:

antiretroviral drugs. British Medical Journal 322: 1410-1412

Whitley R J, Roizman B 2001 Herpes simplex virus infections. Lancet 357:1513-1518 Winstanley P1998 Malaria treatment. Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of London 32: 203-207

Zwi K, Soderlund N, Schneider H 2000 Cheaper antiretrovirals to treat AIDS in South Africa. British Medical Journal 320:1551-1552

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