F K Amroliwalla

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This article discusses the role of the newer lipid lowering agents (statins and fibrates) for the treatment of hyperlipidemias in military aviators. Special emphasis will be on long-term safety and the effects of these drugs on CNS functions pertinent to aviators. We propose that these new lipid lowering agents, such as hydrophilic statins and newer(More)
A woman who had a deep scar on her left arm as a result of an influenza vaccination was treated with insulin. Monocomponent porcine insulin was injected into each quadrant of the pit. After 82 days' treatment her arm appeared normal and has remained so over seven months. Using insulin's ability to promote fat and protein synthesis is a simple and effective(More)
This article proposes guidelines and recommendations for aeromedical disposal of military aviators after revascularization procedures for the treatment of stable obstructive coronary artery disease. A highly selected group of military aviators with a low risk of future cardiac events after successful angioplasty for single vessel disease or bypass surgery(More)
Essential, uncomplicated hypertension is not uncommon in young or middle-aged aircrew. The choice of treatments available for its treatment was largely limited to diuretics and some accepted beta-adrenergic blockers. It is only 4 years since the choice was extended to the calcium-channel-blockers and the angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors, in(More)
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