Guidelines for pre-departure and post-arrival medical screening and treatment of U.S.-bound refugees
This guidance includes both overseas and domestic medical screening guidelines for refugee and asylum seekers. The overseas medical screening guidelines provide recommendations for exposures such as malaria and intestinal parasites pre-departure, whereas the domestic guidelines inform medical screening post-arrival. These guidelines are intended for any healthcare providers who may see refugees at any point during the resettlement process.
Adults, Both sexes (for groups of both male and female persons), Burns, Cardiovascular conditions, Child health, Children, Conflict, Disability, Displaced population, Ear nose throat and eye conditions, Endocrine and metabolic conditions, Extreme violence/Accidents, Gastrointestinal/Abdominal conditions, Genitourinary and gynaecologic conditions, Health, HIV and sexually transmitted infections, Infections and infectious diseases (all), Injuries (all), Malaria and protozoal infections, Maternal and perinatal health, Mental health, Neoplasms and hematologic conditions, Nervous system and neurologic conditions, Non-communicable diseases (all), Orthopedic injuries, Other injuries, Pain and anaesthesia, Poisonings, Population displacement, Respiratory conditions, Rheumatologic conditions, Sexual and reproductive health, Skin infections, Tobacco drugs and alcohol, Vaccine-preventable infections, Viral fevers/VHF, Zoonotic and other pathogens