Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Airline Pilots
case management, disease prevention, medical surveillance, government regulation, health promotion, occupational health and safety programs, cardiovascular disease risk factors, airline pilots
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The health of an airline pilot is imperative to the safe travels of millions of people worldwide. Medical providers evaluate the cardiovascular risks for airline pilots and the medical requirements to obtain and maintain licensure as an airline pilot. It is the role of the occupational health nurse practitioner to evaluate and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease in this population.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Workplace Health & Safety, v. 66, issue 10, p. 471-474
Scholar Commons Citation
Lord, Dana and Conlon, Helen Acree, "Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Airline Pilots" (2018). Nursing Faculty Publications. 167.