Different urinary lipoperoxides (U-LPO) levels of 108 health pilots and 62 healthy adults measured spectrophotometrically with thiobarbituric acid reaction substance showed that the U-LPO levels of the bomber pilot group and the transport-plane pilot group were significantly higher than that of the health group (P<0.01), but the U-LPO levels between the two pilot groups varied slightly (P>0.05). A positive linear correlationship (P<0.001) was found between the flying hours and the U-LPO levels of these two groups. These results suggested that the lipoperoxidation reaction was much stronger in the pilots than in the healthy adults.
周君富, 周开宗. 航空飞行与脂质过氧化关系的探讨[J]. 浙江大学学报（医学版）, 1992, 21(5): 197-199.
Zhou Junfu, Zhou Kaizong. STUDY THE ON RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AVIATION FLYING AND LIPOPEROXIDATION. Journal of ZheJiang University(Medical Science), 1992, 21(5): 197-199.