Aerotitis in air travel.


In the years 1964-1969, 2,015 cases of aerotitis were reported as an occupational disease in California. Most of the cases were in women flight crew members on commercial airlines (women predominate in such crews). Cases were also reported in passengers. Upper respiratory infection frequently appeared to be a predisposing event.

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@article{Wolf1972AerotitisIA, title={Aerotitis in air travel.}, author={Carolyn Reinach Wolf}, journal={California medicine}, year={1972}, volume={117 5}, pages={10-2} }