A STUDY OF THE WHO RECOGNIZES FOR THE FIRST TIME THE TOURIST CLASS SYNDROME AS A MAJOR HEALTH PROBLEM

MADRID, (, SERVIMEDIA) A study of the Organization’n World Health organization (WHO) has recognized for the first time the Sísevere economy Class as an important problem of health p&number;public by the great n&number;number of people who made long trips in avi’n and because having a ’index of body mass higher than 30 and a height less than 1.60 metres or higher than 1,90, they are alsoén risk factors.

The study Wright (Who Research into Global Hazards of Travel), which has evaluated the magnitude of this fen’main and your implicaci’re in the health concluded that "in view of the substantial increase of people who made long trips in avi’n, and that many of them have one or más risk factors, thrombosis-related flights in avi’n is an important problem of health p&number;public". The Wright report downgrade to four hours the way to be considered "long trip" and even considered that multiple flights in a short space of time can be considered to be risk factors. Así, s’severe class not already está associated only with the flight transoceánicos, but you need to take preventive measures alsoén in the european routes. Además, a passenger in avi’n más than four hours has 3.5 más chances of having a venous thrombosis that is not traveling.