Air travel in pregnancy: the 'air-born' study.


An increasingly common question posed by patients antenatally is whether air travel can be considered safe in pregnancy. The aim of this study was to assess whether any agreed standards or policies exist between airlines with respect to flying in pregnancy. Sixty-eight international airlines were surveyed, of whom seventeen (25%) replied. Three of seventeen… (More)


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