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01-01-2002
VARDA NEWSLETTERVolume 1, No 1, January 2002
VARDA NEWSLETTER, Volume 1, No 1, January 2002

Introducing AHI, VARDA and the VARDA NEWSLETTER
The Institute for Aviation Health (AHI) is a small NGO founded in 1996 by Farrol Kahn, who continues as its founding Director. AHI has been relentless ?
23-12-2001
Keen Diver, 28, Dies From DVT Minutes
A young woman has died of ?economy-class syndrome? just half an hour before her Christmas flight home landed.

A doctor, nurse and paramedic travelling aboard the 13?-hour Singapore Airlines flight fought in vain to save 28-year old Alayne Wake af?
30-11-2001
Pregnant Women Warned Over Air Thrombosis Risk
Pregnant women and those who have recently had a baby should seek medical advice before flying because of the greater risk of developing deep vein thrombosis, the Department of Health said yesterday.

The warning came in the department?s first comp?
30-11-2001
BA Rations Long-Haul Water
Water rationing is to be introduced by British Airways on long haul flights from next month to reduce costs, saving the firm about ?10m a year.

The water is mainly used for making coffee and flushing toilets, where only the equivalent of a cupful ?
14-11-2001
DVT hits 1 in 20 high-risk passengers
Tens of thousands of passengers on long-haul flights unwittingly may develop potentially dangerous clots each year, a new study suggests.

Three studies have shown that one in 20 'high-risk' passengers suffers from a deep vein thrombosis (DVT) on a?
12-11-2001
DVT Tragedy of a Mother who was Fobbed off by her Doctors
Doctors who failed to spot a fatal deep vein thrombosis in an airline passenger have had to pay out more than ?140,000.

Former assistant bank manager Pamela Husband had suffered DVT ten years earlier after a long-haul flight ? resulting in a blood?


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