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13-09-2001
DVT Research Papers
Association between acute hypobaric hypoxia and activation of coagulation in human beings

Bjorn Bendz, et al

The risk of venous thrombosis is thought to be increased by flying. In a study of 20 healthy male volunteers who were suddenly ?
11-09-2001
Warning over aircraft sprays
Passengers are being put at risk by airlines spraying planes with insecticides, British experts claimed yesterday.

They said that the chemicals, aimed at malaria-carrying mosquitoes can trigger allergic reactions and put infants and pregnant women?
09-09-2001
Toxic fumes in aircraft spur inquiry
Industry told of risk 20 years ago

An inquiry is to be launched into fears that tens of thousands of air passengers and cabin crew are being poisoned each year by a cocktail of toxic chemicals.

The move follows the release of a government-spons?
05-09-2001
Air on planes blamed for spreading diseases
Viral infections are easily spread on aircraft because of poor air quality, a leading scientist warned yesterday.
05-09-2001
Air on planes blamed for spreading diseases
Viral infections are easily spread on aircraft because of poor air quality, a leading scientist warned yesterday.

He said many airlines were operating with oxygen concentrations below the legal requirements for workplaces and that was spreading di?
04-09-2001
Significant concerns over aircraft air quality
Leading expert, Professor Hocking, from the University of Victoria in Canada, will be presenting new evidence of poor air quality on aircraft and the health risks involved at his first conference in London. Passengers who have been affected by poor a?


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