Pulmonary Embolism and Air Travel Research Paper by writingsensation

Pulmonary Embolism and Air Travel
Comparing information from web sites on pulmonary embolism.
# 75086 | 1,145 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Nov 28, 2006 in Medical and Health (General) , Tourism (General)

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This paper is written in the first person and compares information found on three sites on the Internet about pulmonary embolism. The first website is more oriented at the seasonal effects of long flights and pulmonary embolism. The second website is a news website with an article about pulmonary embolism and air travel. The third website stresses the need for knowing more about pulmonary embolism and the environment in the airplane. The author draws conclusions and recommendations from the websites and checks with the New English Journal of Medicine's detailed study about the distance traveled by air and the number of patients who developed the condition to confirm the findings.

From the Paper:

"My son and daughter-in-law had made plans for France. They landed at the airport and their daughter started to experience chest pains. The emergency unit at the airport checked her and told them something about it probably being pulmonary embolism. They took her to the hospital and my daughter-in-law called me to ask me about pulmonary embolism. I checked the search engines hoping to get directed to authentic information on the net about this. I came across three websites that seemed authentic and derived information from there and compared them."

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