Do you think you may need in flight oxygen?
Are you considering a holiday this year , flying (in an airplane hahahaaaa) then this article may be of some help to you.
Useful article that adds into the information available from the BLF.
So glad it was shared with those that still want adventure.
Adventure, you betcha!
Thanks for this PollyP - the British Thoracic Society have issued guidelines on assessing if a person needs oxygen for a flight - I'm pretty sure it contains this.
But isn't it so hard to understand? - certainly something that everyone should first discuss with their health care professional.
Oh certainly agree Mark, that people should discuss this issue with their health care providers. And in case is it not their GP who needs to refer the person for assessment for in flight Oxygen?
realizing it was a three hour flight. Do you think I should take a small portable oxygen canister?. Is there such...
taking a holiday in a nice warm climate in May/June but I am currently on sats of 92 oxygen therefore...
I may get charged £200 each way! How ridiculous is that. He's had a flight test - okay to fly apart
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