[Traveller's thromboembolic disease. The economy-class syndrome].


Economy class syndrome refers to a thrombo-embolic disease occurring generally after a long air flight, but it may follow long car trips or even simply abnormally long or uncomfortable sitting position such as in war shelters. So the term traveller thrombo-embolic disease would preferably be used. On the basis of 12 personal cases and literature review, it… (More)


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