Motorcycle Travel Medical Checklist
Preparing for Your Motorcycle Adventure Medical Needs
This pocket e-book contains the guidelines compiled by a qualified doctor and … motorcyclist: for years he has followed tours on two wheels and often dealt with situations of various kinds, related to health and hygiene.
This is a “general” guide: the medical needs vary from person to person and therefore the choice of drugs is discretionary. But what you find here is still useful.
Topics covered range from how to protect yourself safely and effectively from insects, mosquitoes, etc. the need to constantly monitor the state of hands and feet, especially over long distances, how to deal with malaria and dengue fever, how to avoid mistakes on the use of drugs (for example, certain painkillers can become dangerous in the presence of certain symptoms or diseases).
File size: 2.208 KB
Printed: 15 pages
Simultaneous use of devices: unlimited
Sold by: Amazon
Text-to-speech synthesis: enabled
Word Wise: enabled
Screen Reader: supported
Typographic improvements: enabled.
Price: 0.99 euros.
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