Aerotoxic Syndrome – Finding help and relief – Health Matrix – 21.1.17

A few years ago, I received the following e-mail: Wow… nice article on the ketogenic diet. Here is something you may wish to sink your teeth into… and maybe even be a help… In late 2010 and early 2011 I inhaled fumes containing organophosphates through oil leaks in an engine. I have suffered incredible pain,…

Poison in the sky: The air travel industry has been putting profit over safety by ignoring aerotoxicity – Natural News 12.1.17

(NaturalNews) Have you ever wondered how jet airliners supply fresh air to passengers while flying at high altitudes? Everyone on board relies on this air supply, but where does it come from, and why hasn’t the aviation industry informed us of its health hazards? For 40 years, the air travel industry has kept this design secret.…

Cholinesterase Inhibition – Extoxnet – September 1993 – NHS Test? – Republished 8.1.17

One of the most difficult things for people, even doctors, to understand about chemical poisoning is: why doesn’t everyone have the same symptoms and why isn’t everyone affected to the same degree? A substance that plays a big part in this is called cholinesterase. It’s quite complicated but this paper by Cornell University explains why…

When Toxins attack the Nerves – Aerotoxic Syndrome – New Book – 1.1.17

When Toxins attack the Nerves Having suffered a toxic injury during my career as an air-crew member and the fact that I am still suffering from various symptoms after inhaling toxic fumes onboard aircraft for years while flying  for a major European airline, I have over time learned how to look after myself to improve…

PHYSICIAN’S GUIDE TO PESTICIDE (Includes Organophosphate) POISONING – OPRUS 2001 – republished 27th December 2016

To read the full 2001 Physicians report (which includes data on Organophosphates) click here To read more about OPRUS from 2001 click here To read about Sir Solly Zuckerman’s 1950’s text book work on OP’s click here ……….Poisoning Symptoms………. Influenza-like symptoms Respiratory constriction Sensitisation Non-specific Symptoms Confusion Fatigue Sensation loss Vision Problems Erratic Heartbeat Digestive…

Acetylcholinesterase and neuropathy target esterase activities in 11 cases of symptomatic flight crew members after fume events. – Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health – 6.12.16

Abstract In modern aviation, so-called fume events such as exposure to an unknown mixture of chemicals introduced into the aircraft cabin with bleed air drawn off at the engines may occur. Human exposure may result in (neuro)toxic symptoms described as so-called “aerotoxic syndrome.” Currently, among other agents organophosphates (OP) are regarded as a likely cause…

The Medical Research Council (MRC) (Formerly the Medical Research Committee) – 22.11.16

The Medical Research Committee (MRC) was formed from its origins in the Royal Commission into the Relations of Human and Animal Tuberculosis, which existed from 1901 to 1919. That Commission recommended the creation of a permanent medical research body and a National Health Insurance scheme was devised to provide health and unemployment insurance for workers.…

Neurotoxicity of tri ortho cresyl phosphate (TOCP) in adult hen by Al-Sereah, Bahaa / Majeed, Saleh – 6.11.16

Description: Publisher/Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing | Light and Electron microscopic study | The study was done as neurotoxicity research project on adult hen.Tri ortho cresyl phosphate (TOCP) was chosen as the best example for organophosphorus poison or neurotoxicity as most of the neurotoxicity research work was done by using (TOCP). In the present topic…

Aerotoxic Syndrome: Why You Get Sick While Flying And How To Protect Yourself – Honey Colony – 6.11.16

Pan pan pan — fumes aboard Aerotoxic syndrome is no joke. Imagine standing in front of a fan while someone opens a bottle of motor oil and forces you to inhale the fumes. This is the situation airline passengers face every day when they inhale engine oil mixed with recycled air thanks to faulty engine…

Submission by: Leonard Lawrence Former British Aerospace Pilot 1. 8th August 2016

Presentation on theme: “Submission by: Leonard Lawrence Former British Aerospace Pilot 1.”— Presentation transcript: 2 Submission by: Leonard Lawrence Former British Aerospace Pilot 1 3 The objective of this submission is to help safeguard those affected by all forms of chemical poisoning, and to aid the correct diagnoses of chemical poisoning by identifying my own…