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For aviation the only logical method of dealing with this problem is to eliminate carbon monoxide from the cabins and cockpits of aircraft. The onset of carbon monoxide poisoning is so inRidious and its effects so diRastrous lo one piloting an airplane that prrventativc measureR arc the only ones to be relied on. (by George Armstrong (February 17, 1899 – February 5, 1983) was a Major General in the U.S. Air Force, a physician, and an airman. He is widely recognized as a pioneer in the field of aviation medicine.)o
Orientations sur les pratiques éducatives, de formation et de compte rendu concernant les émanations (Numéro de commande : CIR 344 ISBN 978-92-9249-873-3 )
A comparison of fresh and used aircraft oil for the identification of toxic substances linked to aerotoxic syndrome
Adverse health effects following exposure to jet oil mist during commercial flights.
JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY – The problem of contaminated aircraft cabin air.
Published jointly by COLLEGIUM BASILEA (INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED STUDY) and ASSOCIATION OF MODERN SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION on 12th December, Volume 14 Number 4.
SUMMARY OF DOCUMENTS THAT ADDRESS POTENTIAL FLIGHT SAFETY IMPACT OF EXPOSURE TO CONFIRMED/SUSPECTED OIL-CONTAMINATED VENTILATION AIR ON COMMERCIAL AND MILITARY AIRCRAFT, AND SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION
Ill health following reported exposure to contaminated air on commercial aircraft: psychosomatic disorder or neurological injury? Dr Sarah MacKenzie Ross
Jet engine oil consumption as a surrogate for measuring chemical contamination in aircraft cabin air Professor Jeremy J.Ramsden
Autoantibodies to nervous system-specific proteins are elevated in sera of flight crew members: biomarkers for nervous system injury. Abou-Donia MB1, Abou-Donia MM, ElMasry EM, Monro JA, Mulder MF.
Grundlagen, Pathophysiologie und Therapie mit der therapeutischen Apherese
Richard Straube, Klaus Bolst, Hans-Peter Donate
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