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1 passenger out of 100 runs the risk of thrombosis on long- haul flights
London, Great Britain - It's revelead in a New Zeland study
According to a study carried out in New Zealand and published by the British weekly magazine The Lancet, out of 878 passengers in the 18-70 age group, who fly averagely 39 hours in 6 weeks, with a minimum of 10 hours per day, nine reported a deep venous thrombosis caused by the formation of a blood clot or of a lung embolism. This means that 1% of regular long-haul flights' passengers runs the risk...
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