Vol 60, No 1-2 (2009)

Date published: 2009-12-17

Table of Contents

open access

MARITIME MEDICINE Original article

Comparison of alertness levels in ship crew. An experiment on rotating versus fixed watch schedules

Shalini Arulanandam, Gregory Chan Chung Tsing

Original article

International Maritime Health 2009;60(1-2):6-9.

Successful hand replantation in a seafarer after long-distance helicopter evacuation. A case report Hand amputation at sea (editorial comment by Eilif Dahl)

Javier Fernandez-Palacios, Orlando Garcia Duque, Ruben Alvarado Benitez, Luis Fabelo Bolanos, Jose Guterrez Calderin

Original article

International Maritime Health 2009;60(1-2):14-17.

Alcohol and nicotine dependence in French seafarers

Emmanuel Fort, Amelie Massardier-Pilonchery, Alain Berget

Original article

International Maritime Health 2009;60(1-2):18-28.

Malaria among seamen in Klaipeda in 1999-2008

Ruta Ščerbavičienë, Rimantas Pilipavičius

Original article

International Maritime Health 2009;60(1-2):29-32.

The need for international seafarer medical fitness standards

Tim Carter


International Maritime Health 2009;60(1-2):1-5.

Institute of Maritime and Tropical Medicine in Gdynia on the 70th anniversary of foundation (1939-2009). History, staff, achievements

Iwona Felczak-Korzybska, Wacław Leszek Nahorski

Other materials agreed with the Editors

International Maritime Health 2009;60(1-2):71-74.

Strategies, means and models of health care in the Polish maritime industry, 1945-2007

Bogdan Jaremin

Other materials agreed with the Editors

International Maritime Health 2009;60(1-2):75-76.

International Maritime Health - 60 years of the scientific and practical activity on behalf of maritime community

Bogdan Jaremin

Other materials agreed with the Editors

International Maritime Health 2009;60(1-2):77-78.

Cruise ship doctor: demands and challenges versus qualifications and training

Eilif Dahl

International Maritime Health 2009;60(1-2):33-35.

Maritime telemedicine - where to go and what to do

Alf Magne Horneland

International Maritime Health 2009;60(1-2):36-39.

Medical and psychological challenges in the offshore petroleum industry

Arne J. Ulven

International Maritime Health 2009;60(1-2):40-42.

“SAR-First-Responder Sea” - backgrounds to a medical education concept in German SAR service

Claas Buschmann, Normen Niebuhr, Thomas Schulz, Udo Helge Fox

International Maritime Health 2009;60(1-2):43-47.

Promotion of healthy nutrition of seafarers

Maria Jeżewska, Ewa Babicz-Zielińska, Irena Leszczyńska, Marta Grubman

International Maritime Health 2009;60(1-2):48-50.

Guidance to the International Medical Guide for Ships 3rd edition

Clara Schlaich, A. Reinke, C. Savenich, T. Reimer, Marcus Oldenburg, Xaver Baur, Alf Magne Horneland, Bogdan Jaremin, Per Sabro Nielsen, Eva Wichtmann, Nicholas Ioannidis, L. Brandal, M. Puskeppeleit, Ilona Denisenko, Tim Carter, Nebojsa Nikolić

Pubmed: 20205130
International Maritime Health 2009;60(1-2):51-66.

Malaria prevention

Piotr Kajfasz

Review article

International Maritime Health 2009;60(1-2):67-70.

The editorial announcement of the International Maritime Health

Bogdan Jaremin

Letter to the Editor

International Maritime Health 2009;60(1-2):1-1.

The Tenth International Symposium on Maritime Health, 23-26 September 2009, Goa, India

Sally Bell, Suresh Idnani

Other materials agreed with the Editors

International Maritime Health 2009;60(1-2):81-83.


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