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Table 4 Diagnosis*

From: Medical emergencies on board commercial airlines: is documentation as expected?

Airline A B C D E F G H I J
Items           
Acute abdomen (Y/N)         X   
Alcohol abuse (Y/N)         X   
Allergic reaction (Y/N)         X   
Asthmatic attack (Y/N)    X      X   
Bone fracture (Y/N) X   X      X   
Bruising (Y/N) X   X        X
Burn (Y/N)         X   X
Burn (Y/N) X   X      X   X
Childbirth (Y/N)         X   
Circulatory collapse (Y/N)    X      X   
Convulsive seizure (Y/N) X   X X X    X   
Cut (Y/N) X          X
Febrile convulsion (Y/N)         X   
Foreign body (Y/N) X          
Heart attack (Y/N)    X      X   
Hyperglycemia (Y/N)    X      X   
Hypertensive crisis (Y/N)    X      X   
Hypoglycemia (Y/N)    X      X   
Intoxication (Y/N)         X   
Mental illness (Y/N)         X   
Pseudocroup (Y/N)         X   
Scald (Y/N)         X   
Sprain (Y/N) X          X
Strain (Y/N)           X
Stroke (Y/N)    X      X   
Vaginal bleeding (Y/N)         X   
Wound (Y/N) X        X   X
  1. *Details from 10 airlines (A-J) on the documentation of on board in-flight medical emergencies, sub-category diagnosis.