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06-11-2001
Socks that squeeze do cut risk of DVT
Doctors say they have proved that compression socks can cut the risk of airline passengers developing DVT.

Tests were carried out under simulated flight conditions on new knee-length socks designed to combat potentially-fatal blood clots.

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01-11-2001
US Passenger Dies from Air Related DVT
Nicholas Gorra who was 66 years old died from a DVT after a flight in coach from JFK to Lisbon. He and his wife Freida were celebrating their 3?
29-10-2001
Airlines Face Crucial Test Case Over DVT
Lawyers will today take the first steps in a crucial test case against airlines over deep vein thrombosis. Lynda Walcott, whose 40-year-old husband Nigel died following a long-haul flight, and Peter Wilson, who survived a potentially lethal blood clot, are suing two British airlines.
29-10-2001
Airlines Face Crucial Test Case Over DVT
Lawyers will today take the first steps in a crucial test case against airlines over deep vein thrombosis. Lynda Walcott, whose 40-year-old husband Nigel died following a long-haul flight, and Peter Wilson, who survived a potentially lethal blood cl?
28-10-2001
Airline Sued over Blood Clots
The CRISIS facing British Airways and Sir Richard Branson?s Virgin Atlantic will intensify tomorrow, with the start of a High Court row over claims that they refused to warn passengers of the dangers of ?economy class syndrome?.




28-10-2001
Airline Sued over Blood Clots
The CRISIS facing British Airways and Sir Richard Branson?s Virgin Atlantic will intensify tomorrow, with the start of a High Court row over claims that they refused to warn passengers of the dangers of ?economy class syndrome?.

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