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Planning to visit South East Asia (Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines), India, Nepal and Central America? 

 

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  • Vaccinations administered on site

  • Yellow Fever vaccine designated site

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  • Travel prescriptions arranged for pick up within 24 hours

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Travel article by TravelSafe Clinic Vancouver

By Kristin Cain RN, BScN, MSN

 

DEET vs. Icaridin : How to Choose an Insect Repellent for Travel

DEET, icaridin, citronella, eucalyptus – the choices for insect repellents are almost endless! When travelling to areas with mosquito borne diseases (eg. malaria, yellow fever, dengue, zika, Japanese Encephalitis, chikungunya) the Public Health Agency of Canada recommends the use of a repellent that contains either DEET or Icaridin:

  • The most effective repellents contain DEET (10% for children 6 months-12 years of age and 30% for adults)
  • A more gentle alternative contains 20% Icaridin (safe for babies >6 months)

Botanical repellents containing eucalyptus, citronella, soybean oil, geranium oil and castor oil are available but there is insufficient evidence available to prove their effectiveness. These may do the trick during Canadian summer months but for travel to areas with mosquito borne diseases it’s best to stick with DEET or Icaridin. But which one is better?



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