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The higher you go, the more scarce oxygen becomes, and sometimes the body experiences difficulty acclimating to this lack of oxygen. Depending on the ascent rate and the anticipated altitude, acute mountain sickness (AMS) or altitude sickness symptoms can be felt. Based on your next trip's destination and the condition of your health, your pharmacist can provide valuable advice to facilitate your acclimatization at high altitude and prescribe, if conditions allow, a treatment to prevent the discomfort associated with AMS.
You must already have received a prescription for this condition within the past 2 years. If the prescription comes from another pharmacy, make sure you have proof of your prescription (ex.: the prescription label).
If vaccines are recommended for your next trip, a healthcare professional can administer them.
Take advantage of a personalized individual consultation in preparation for your next trip. Depending your destination, a healthcare professional will assess the vaccines required and the precautions to be taken. They will also be able to help you put together an appropriate travel health kit. If vaccines are recommended, the healthcare professional can administer them.
Our team suggests that you put together a complete and personalized travel health kit that meets your needs for your next trip.
Traveller's diarrhea, better known as “tourista,” is contracted in particular through contaminated food and water. It is common in countries where health and hygiene standards are generally lower. Depending on the destination of your next trip and the type of adventure, your pharmacist will assess the risks of contracting traveller's diarrhea and, depending on various conditions, prescribe preventative treatment.
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A nurse can take all the samples requested by the doctor, including a blood test, urine collection, stool or throat culture, etc.
A healthcare professional can provide you with the annual seasonal flu vaccine.
Eczema (atopic dermatitis)
Atopic dermatitis, better known as eczema, often presents as a rash where the skin becomes red, dry, irritated and itchy. A pharmacist will suggest good habits to adopt to reduce the next break out and will prescribe, if conditions allow, a treatment to control your eczema.