Keimyung Medical Journal, Vol.17(2) : 289-296, 1998
This case report is based on the vaccination given to expeditionary forces of Korea for participation of peace keeping operation in Angola, Western Sahara, Grugia, India, and Parkistan as the forces of the organization of UN from 1995 to 1997.
The kinds of applied vaccination or agent were against yellow fever, type B hepatitis, polio, meningococcal meningitis, immunoglobulin, and chemoprophylaxis for malaria. Vaccination was scheduled from 42 days before the departure through 40 days after the arrival at the objective places, and the chemoprophylaxis for malaria was given 7 days before the departure and lasted to 6 weeks after their arrival in Korea. No diseased cases of applied vaccination were seen on the physical examination of the participants after their arrival in Korea.