AVIATION MEDICINE. CABIN AIR QUALITY AND HEALTH RISKS: A REVIEW AND SYNTHESIS OF THE AVAILABLE DATA

CRAWFORD,WA
DEVERTU,P
HOLCOMB,LC
MEYER,H
PAVAUX,J
1991-04-00

Article reviewing data and studies on cabin air quality and health risks from ITA magazine. Claims that environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) does not pose a significant health risk to flight attendants or passengers. Presents data on air toxicity and specific health effects. Argues for increased ventilation.

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Subjects
AUERBACH
CONRAD
CRAWFORD,WA
DOLL
DRAKE
FOLIART
GARFINKEL
GRANDJEAN
HERNBERG
HOLCOMB,LC
JENKS,C
JOHNSON
LATEGOLA
LAYARD
LETZEL
MALMFORS
MATTSON
MCFARLAND
MURAMATSU
OLDAKER
PETO
ROSE
STIRLAND,R
SURGEON GENERAL
THOMPSON,GW
WALD
WEBER
PM
AIR CANADA
ASHRAE, AMERICAN SOCIETY OF HEATING, REFRIGERATING + AIR-CONDITIONING ENGINEERS
ASS SWEDEN
DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION
EPA, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
FAA
GEOMET
INTL AGENCY FOR RESEARCH ON CANCER
ITA MAGAZINE
LONDON SCHOOL PUBLIC HEALTH + TROPICAL H
MD
NAS, NATL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
NATL RESEARCH COUNCIL
NCI, NATL CANCER INST
OSHA, OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH ADMINISTRATION
SAS AIRLINE
WHO, WORLD HEALTH ORG
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