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11-05-2001
The airlines should face up to long-haul health risks
Everyone knows now that there are worse dangers lurking in long-distance air travel than a bad inflight movie, air rage or jet lag. Deep vein thrombosis, or DVT used to be a relatively obscure condition which mostly affected the bed-bound elderly. Re?
19-04-2001
Thrombosis not the only inflight threat
On a recent business trip to the Gulf, Philip Hall head of a Kent-based company, Microgenix, specialising in environmental control equipment, was shocked to find that staff who had removed high efficiency particulate air filters (HEPA) had been infec?
02-04-2001
Insurance Rendezvous 2001, April 2-3, 2001
Sponsored by a support syndicate, St Pauls at Lloyd,s Airclaims, Schnader Harris Segal & Lewis, Condon & Forsyth Inter Hanover, AON, WAIG, MARSH, Norton Rose, Frank Crystal & Co, Ince & Co, Gaum. Heath Lambert, Barlow Lyde & Gilbert, Willis and Inter?
01-04-2001
Cabin Health Evolving Rapidly Into Safety of Flying Issue
At the Insurance Rendezvous conference organised by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) in New York on April 2-3, 2001, passenger health provoked hot debate.

According to Farrol Kahn, director of the UK-based Aviation Health Institu?
16-03-2001
Socks that could save your life next time you fly
A pair of socks which could help save lives by preventing ?economy class syndrome? in air passengers, was launched yesterday. Health experts hailed Flight Socks as an important step towards ending the problem of deep vein thrombosis (DVT).

They wo?
12-03-2001
Scientific Experts and Airline Industry Call For Further Study of Venous Thrombo
A consultation of international experts convened by WHO on March 12-13 2001, reviewed the existing state of evidence on air travel and venous thrombosis and concluded that further research is needed into the matter.?

The group of experts was charg?


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