21-03-2002 DVT kills first-class passenger A woman who flew first class from America on Virgin Atlantic suffered a deep vein thrombosis and died a day after returning home.
Ann Price, 57, collapsed when a blood clot moved from her legs and lodged in her lungs. Her family believes that th?12-03-2002 Doctor's deadly ignorance on DVT ONE in four people who develop blood clots after flying are misdiagnosed by doctors, a specialist claimed yesterday.
Victims of deep vein thrombosis are being sent away with bandages, orders to seek physiotherapy or simply take a hot bath.
The ?03-03-2002 No cash for DVT study Much-needed research into DVT has been delayed due to lack of funding, discovers
The Sunday Times has learnt that vital research into the causes of DVT among air passengers is not being carried out because of a shortage of cash.
?01-03-2002 New Varda Newsletter available The VARDA NEWSLETTER shares information useful to those affected by flight related DVT and raising public awareness and action to promote healthy flying. Short contributions are welcome (150-200 words), as are pictures and cartoons.
If AHI spearh?01-02-2002 Airlines to Face Deep Vein Thrombosis Claim Two dozen airlines are bracing themselves for multi-million pound damages claims after the High Court yesterday cleared the way for victims of deep vein thrombosis to bring a ?class action? style lawsuit.01-02-2002 Airline Braced for ?200M DVT Payout Battle Airlines were told yesterday they could face multi-million pound claims over ?economy class syndrome.