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FAA Medical
 
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http://m0a.com In this video I'll share with you my experience while getting my FAA medical
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Basic MED | New FAA Medical Rules Explained
 
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In this video we'll talk about the new rules regarding FAA medical reform that "replaces" the third class medical known as BASIC MED. We'll go over what it takes to qualify for basic med, when you need to have held a medical in the past, and what to do to remain eligible to operate an aircraft under Basic MED rules. Your Support Makes our Videos possible! Thank You! Support us at: https://www.patreon.com/fly8ma Check out our site at http://www.fly8MA.com The FLY8MA.com Free Online Ground School for Sport and Private Pilots is available to everyone as a means to make flying more affordable and increase learning for everyone. We are funded with the help of our viewers and subscribers to our website: http://www.fly8ma.com and our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/fly8ma Every dollar helps us to grow our project into a comprehensive online ground school for Sport, Private, Instrument, and Commercial Pilots. We greatly appreciate all of your support and hope you will share us with your friends and family in aviation. FLY SAFE! -Jon
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Pilot Medical Test - Does a pilot need to be 100% healthy?
 
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What kind of medical tests does a commercial pilot have to go through in order to get their medical license? In this video I have the honour to sit down and discuss this with the Chief Medical Officer of SAS, Micke Sjöö. In this first video, in a series of 2, we will be going through the initial medical test at an Aero Medical Centre (AMC). We will discuss the different tests you will have to take, why those tests are there and important things to think about. In the upcoming video I will be asking all of YOUR questions. All of the most common questions that YOU guys have been asking over the last 2 years will be covered in that episode so you DONT want to miss that one. A huge thank you to Scandinavian Aviation Academy for arranging the interview and letting us use their facilities in Västerås, Sweden. If you are interested in starting your integrated training you can check out their web-page https://www.bfsaa.se/en Or download their free Virtual Reality app by clicking this link: IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/es/app/saa-vr/id1180078635?l=en&mt=8 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=es.mentour.saav1
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Diabetes and Airman Medical Certification
 
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Learn what to do to retain your airman medical certification if you receive a diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes.
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Renewing My Airline Pilot Class 1 Medical | Australia - VLOG #45
 
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LIVE: FAA Pilot Medical Requirements
 
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BIG Thank you to all my Patrons. Appreciate your support. You can become a Patron at https://www.patreon.com/mojogrip Today's discussion is on FAA medical certificates, rules and requirements for licensed pilots and student pilots still in training. There are 3 main medical certificates that gives you the privileges to fly here in the United States. They are: 1st Class Medical certificate: Mainly for air transport COMMERCIAL pilots (ATP). Valid for 12 months if under 40 years old and valid for 6 months if over 40 years old 2nd Class Medical Certificate: Mainly for other commercial pilots, like CFI, or business pilots. Valid for 60 months if under 40 years old and 24 months if over 40 years old. 3rd Class Medical Certificate: For student pilots, sport pilots and private pilots. Valid for 60 months if under 40 years old and 24 months if over 40 years old.
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Flying With Diabetes
 
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The video highlights Douglas Cairns' flying projects in the USA and to the North Pole to raise awareness of diabetes and efforts by www.pilotswithdiabetes.com to gain better licencing for pilots with diabetes, and raise funds for diabetes research.
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ABC 7.30 Report - Colour Blind Pilots
 
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ABC QLD reports on the Civil Aviation Safety Authority's decision to restrict colour defective pilots operating safely with 25 years of experience in Australia.
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Initial Class 1 Medical - My Experience & What To Expect
 
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Here is a brief video explaining what happened on my inital class 1 medical. I went to: https://www.heathrowmedical.com Any questions please do not hesitate to ask.
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Diabetes pilot application1
 
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Third Class Medical Reform | What It Means For You!
 
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The Senate has passed a 14-month FAA funding extension, H.R. 636, which includes third class medical reforms. The 89-to-4 vote means the legislation now goes to the president for his signature. For more information on this momentous reform, visit the following pages: https://www.aopa.org/news-and-media/all-news/2016/july/13/senate-passes-medical-reform https://www.aopa.org/news-and-media/all-news/2015/december/09/third-class-medical-faqs Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest news and updates! US Sport Aircraft is the sole U.S. importer and distributor of Czech Sport Aircraft’s SportCruiser: a modern, well-equipped and economical cross-country Light Sport Aircraft. The SportCruiser is a fun and easy plane to fly, offering glass cockpit technology at a cost far less than traditional aircraft. It has been the top-selling all-metal aircraft in its class for ten years. The SportCruiser’s excellent flight characteristics, superior performance, and panoramic canopy make it a true joy to fly. All of this and direct operating costs of less than $25 per hour make the SportCruiser an exciting aircraft we just love to work with. US Sport Aircraft makes it easy and affordable to own your own SportCruiser with flexible financing options and our SportShares Fractional Ownership Program. Why be the owner of another sports coupe in traffic when you can own the “sports coupe of the sky” and soar through vast, open skies? Just call us when you want to fly, and we’ll have your plane gassed up, washed, and waiting for you on the ramp. Because of our role as importer and distributor, we are able to run a flight school using a fleet of new or nearly new SportCruisers equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and glass cockpit technology with lower costs and rates than typical flight schools with their 40-year-old aircraft plagued by maintenance issues. US Sport Aircraft also extends our unique brand of customer service to maintenance and parts support for all SportCruiser and PiperSport owners in the U.S. We maintain an in-house inventory of most parts and can usually deliver the next day. Also at your service are our US Sport technicians who’ll take the time to talk to you and help diagnose problems, identify the correct parts and suggest operational ways to improve performance. US Sport Aircraft is the authority for maintaining your SportCruiser or PiperSport. We have more experience rebuilding, maintaining, and assembling these aircraft than anyone else in the country! All of our friendly maintenance personnel are factory trained to maintain your aircraft to the highest level. But we’re anything but one-dimensional! We also have more traditional aircraft like the Cessna 172 (G1000), Cessna 310 light twin, American Champion Xtreme Decathlon, and Bellanca Super Viking available for advanced ratings. We service a variety of aircraft, not just SportCruisers. Our techs are true GA guys with lots of experience. Come find out what all the buzz is about. US Sport Aircraft is located on the Addision Airport (KADS) in Addison, TX, near Dallas. 4700 Airport Parkway Addison, Texas 75001 Our phone number is 972.735.9099. Give us a call. Even if it’s just to say “hi.” For more information, visit http://ussportaircraft.com/ -------------------------------------------------------------- "Whatdafunk" by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
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Getting My FAA Medical -- At least getting READY for my medical
 
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Here's what I am working on right now. Getting ready for my Aviation Medical Exam. To be quite honest...I didn't expect this part to be challenging at all. But...I guess as a 40-something, taking prescription and over-the-counter medication, with a few surgeries under his belt... I should have known there would be a few hoops to jump through. I don't foresee any issues with getting my medical, and the Student Pilot Certificate that goes along with it, but it is a much more involved process than I expected. More to come on this topic!
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I Passed My FAA Class 1 Medical Exam (Update Video)
 
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Sorry I haven’t been posting lately. That seems to be what I’ve been saying for every video now. Life is getting busy for me. If you liked the video, please help me out by leaving a like and subscribe for more. Have a great day!! Thanks for watching.
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Diabetes Pilot (Mary Lister)
 
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Medical Certificates
 
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Courtesy of Rising Wings Aviation, at www.risingwingsaviation.com.
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A Guide to Understanding BasicMed – Brought to you by AOPA
 
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This video covers some key things you need to do and understand to get qualified under BasicMed. Along with AOPA’s BasicMed Fit to Fly FAQs, which can be found at http://bit.ly/2oYCvLl, this video will help you answer 3 questions: - Do I qualify for BasicMed? - What do I need to do? - Where - and what - can I fly?
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Aviation Medical Class 1 2 and 3 Urine Test Explained
 
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This video is to help clear up any questions you have on the class 1,2, and 3 aviation medical urine test. Hope it helps! They only test for sugar levels to find out if your a diabetic. Also have corrected lenses when you go.
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Common Reasons for Medical Denials
 
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Join Dr. Jonathan Sackier and Gary Crump, Director, AOPA Medical Certification Services for a discussion of the common reasons for airman medical denials.
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Pilot Medical Certificates and Applying For Your Student Pilot License
 
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Support Eric Flight by becoming a patron: https://www.patreon.com/ericflight I would appreciate pushing the thumbs up and subscribe button as I need 1,000 subscribers to apply to get money from these videos which will go towards my flight lessons and future flights. Thank you for your understanding. This is a video introducing you to both how to get your student pilot license as well as how to get a medical certificate for flying in the United States. Insight is given on what the medical certificate process is and thoughts on the requirements. Guide on what is required for the various classes of medical licenses: https://www.faa.gov/about/office_org/headquarters_offices/avs/offices/aam/ame/guide/standards/ IACRA website to sign up for a student pilot license: http://iacra.faa.gov Excellent resource for those of us who worry about diabetes and flying: https://www.thediabetescouncil.com/can-you-be-a-pilot-with-diabetes/ Intro Video Credits: Video supplied by: 'Passing Clouds' CC-BY NatureClip, 2013 http://youtube.com/natureclip (Used under Creative Commons License) Music provided by: Hoved - Fly: https://youtu.be/G750FHaEAVQ (Used under Creative Commons License) Smile by Sappheiros (Music provided by HearWeGo) • https://soundcloud.com/sappheirosmusic • https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxLK... Listen on Youtube: youtu.be/I6KykyiuzO4?list=PL44UysF4ZQ23B_ITIqM8Fqt1UXgsA9yD6
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Airline pilots and mental health
 
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An anonymous survey finds that hundreds of commercial airline pilots may be clinically depressed.
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On Getting Hired with Diabetes
 
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On Getting Hired with Diabetes. Not very far in the past there was an extensive rundown of vocation openings that were, basically, not open to individuals with type 1 diabetes. Youthful T1s couldn't anticipate growing up to be carrier pilots, firefighters, or cops. Nor would they be able to plan to be a space traveler, FBI operator, or a covert operative for the CIA. The entryway was closed and bolted at the business office for seaward oil laborers, air movement controllers, paramedics, jail watches, scuba teachers, and even flight orderlies. Most business driving occupations were additionally require not-have any significant bearing for us: Over the street trucking, transports, and taxicabs. Indeed, even the Army wouldn't give us a chance to be everything we can be. Any activity you can consider in this day and age is presently possibly open to type 1s, with a couple of outstanding exemptions. More on those in a minute. However, initially, what changed? Who opened and opened the ways to such a significant number of vocation handle that were shut and bolted for so long? Normally, the American Diabetes Association's lawful promotion endeavors, combined with the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act, have assumed an immense part; however we additionally owe an obligation of appreciation to the humble glucometer. Yes, we are presently so used to these little machines that test our glucose, that we infrequently overlook that it wasn't too numerous years prior that individuals with diabetes were oblivious when it went to our glucose readings. Lows hit with practically zero cautioning, making a few occupations truly risky for the individual with diabetes, their associates, and even the overall population—and making the boundless conviction that we were ticking time bombs. Glucose checking, alongside significantly enhanced therapeutics for glucose control, have changed the genuine dangers, and alongside them, gradually, the general population impression of diabetes. The vast majority of the employments on our rundown are currently completely open. PWDs are wherever in the work constrain, including cops, fire contenders, and even FBI specialists. And keeping in mind that standards fluctuate from state to state, transports and cabs are currently regularly determined by PWDs. Indeed, even finished the-street business trucking requiring a Commercial Driver's License (CDL)— long a field banished to insulin clients—is presently open through the Federal Diabetes Exemption Program (in spite of the fact that the procedure is depicted as "thorough"). What's more, now that we have the up and coming age of glucose checking gear as Continuous Glucose Monitoring being generally received by PWDs and secured by protection, anything is possible. Tragically, I met that truly. Since that is by all accounts the one place left we write 1s can't bring home the bacon. In the United States, type 1s still can't fill in as expert pilots or air activity controllers. Both of these employments require an abnormal state therapeutic authentication from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and for these upper level medicals—utilizing the government phrasing—diabetes requiring insulin is "totally precluding." Be that as it may, there's expectation. Access to the sky is making strides. It wasn't that long back that diabetes blocked new candidates—and authorized pilots who created diabetes—from flying. Period. In any case, now there are a few distinct roads that permit diabetic pilots (like me) and PWDs who utilize insulin and need to wind up pilots, to lift off—just not for pay. So while business flying is as yet hindered, alongside airport regulation vocations, since 1996 insulin-utilizing pilots have possessed the capacity to fly for entertainment or individual organizations in the United States. All Photos Licensed Under CC Source : www.pexels.com www.pixabay.com www.commons.wikimedia.org
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New FAA sleep apnea policy
 
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AOPA Director of Medical Certification Gary Crump explains the new FAA policy on sleep apnea and pilot medical certification.
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FAA Seminar Maintaining Your Medical
 
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Understanding the Legalities of a Medical Certificate Denial
 
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If you received a letter from the FAA saying that your application for an airman medical certificate was denied, you would have questions! What does this mean? Can you get it back? Find out in this webinar as Gary Crump, Director, AOPA Medical Certification discusses the issue with Jared Allen, AOPA Pilot Protection Services (PPS) attorney. (Prerecorded webinar)
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Airplane emergency medical training
 
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Heart attacks. Drug overdoses. Blocked airways from choking on food. They can all happen mid-flight on an airplane. UofL medical school students are the first in the country to get certified training on medical disasters including on an airplane.
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Fliteline Aviation CPL Checkride
 
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Commercial Pilot License Checkride In order for you to apply this type of license, you should complete the following requirements: 1.Ground school certificate from your school 2.140 hours of flying time on a specific aircraft. 3.English language proficiency (ELP) 4.Medical Class 1 from Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) 5.Radio License from NTC Subscribe to Marcs' channel for more videos like this https://www.youtube.com/user/marcpogi82 LIKE. COMMENT. SUBSCRIBE. FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM @iambing420 Music: Track: Raven & Kreyn - So Happy [NCS Official Video] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: https://youtu.be/cmVdgWL5548 Free Download / Stream: http://ncs.io/SoHappyYO Razihel - Love U [NCS Release] NoCopyrightSounds, music without limitations. NCS Electronic Playlist: http://bit.ly/NCSelectronic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJBxNA8cX-E Razihel • https://soundcloud.com/razihel • https://www.facebook.com/RazihelOffic... • https://www.youtube.com/user/RazihelO... • https://www.instagram.com/razihel/
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Pilot’s Medical Common Doubts Answered | DGCA Class 2 & Class 1
 
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Pilot’s Medical Common Doubts Answered | DGCA Class 2 & Class 1 In This video i have tried to compile all doubts regarding dgca medical ( class 2 & class 1 ) ..which an aspiring pilot or a completely beginner have before going for it...but for more deep info or any serious problems or doubts...i request you to directly consult the dgca examiner/doctor....as i m not a doctor and this video is completely based on my personal experience and research....so i hope you like it..and it helps you in someway... Subscribe Cadet Pilot : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEWZF4jRb2PP2-Drei8CNTw?sub_confirmation=1 Watch More : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAWABl35HO0HuqXwdvg2EB2UviwThZetN #doubts #dgcamedial #pilotsmedical #class1medical #class2medical Thanks & Regards Subscribe For More Cadet Pilot
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HOW TO BECOME A PILOT? | MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR PILOT | DGCA | CLASS 2 MEDICAL | PART - 1
 
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Hello, friend's as I had told you in my vlog which was Pune to Delhi that I will let you know about the medical procedure required for the commercial pilot license that is CPL. Basically, there are two medicals that are carried out by the directorate general for civil aviation (DGCA) - Class 2 medical and Class 1 medical. In this video, I will let you know about the class 2 medical procedure which is the first medical for CPL and in the next video it will be about class 1 medical. List of Class 2 medical examiners - http://www.dgca.nic.in/medical/class2.pdf DGCA Medical Helpline Number - 011 24622495 (ext - 312) Hope you all like this video if you have any doubts ask me in the comments section and I will try my level best to help you out. Hit the like button and subscribe to my channel :) Music Credits - 1 Carefree - Kevin MacLeod - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owrhKIN3Y90 Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/saurabh.anar... Twitter - https://twitter.com/Saurabh_Anarase Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/saurabh_ana...
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How to easily memorize FAA Medical Certificate Regulations
 
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Check out this easy to remember diagram to visually memorize all FAA regulations (durations and reversions) concerning Class I, Class II, and Class III medical certifications. CFR - https://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?pitd=20170501&node=se14.1.61_123&rgn=div8 http://flightphysical.com/pilot-medical-certification/duration The diagram - https://1drv.ms/i/s!AkGSM-dSYoHG3FDEatMquT5yIm-9
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Pilot medicals
 
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Have you ever wondered why pilots have to go through medical examinations or what those tests include? Well look no further! In this video I will be explaining a little bit about the world of commercial aviation medical certificates. I will talk about what they contain, what you can expect etc. Remember to SUBSCRIBE if you like the content and want more of it! Enjoy! Channel description: Welcome! On this channel you can expect video-blogs, technical instructions, flying techniques and much more about the wonderful world of commercial aviation. I am using my 13 years of experience as an airline pilot, training-captain and TRI/TRE to give you MY view of the airline business and the role of an airline pilot. All the content is intended to give you a positive and constructive view into the fantastic world of commercial aviation. Please keep your comments and questions in the same spirit and please INTERACT. The channel becomes much better then and its intended for YOUR benefit. The content on this channel is for info and entertainment only and is not intended to replace any existing FCOM manuals or SOP's. I am only talking for myself and do not represent any specific company, airline or entity.
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ATPL Class 1 Medical Requirements by Dr Firdos Medora
 
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Commercial Pilot ATPL Medical Requirements presented by Dr Firdos Medora, MEDORA CLINIC & SURGERY. Dr Firdos Medora is the only doctor in Singapore appointed by the Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia to access the medical condition of commercial pilots. Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia is an organisation in the Ministry of Transport Malaysia administering the activities of aviation. The activities include basically the transportation of passengers, mail and cargo from and into the airspace of Malaysia.
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Pilot Medical Exam and Aerospace Medicine at Mayo Clinic
 
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Leigh Lewis Speicher, M.D., an internal medicine physician at Mayo Clinic in Florida, discusses pilot medical examinations. She outlines what to expect and how to prepare for a pilot medical examination. Dr. Speicher is a licensed private pilot and is a certified FAA aeromedical examiner. She is also a member of the American College of Physicians, Aerospace Medical Association, Space Medicine Association and the Society of NASA Flight Surgeons. For more information about scheduling a flight physical, please contact Mayo Clinic in Florida at 904-953-0869 or visit http://mayoclinic.org/aerospace-medicine
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Trapped Gas (Physiology of Flight No. 5) ~1990 FAA Pilot Training Film
 
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Pilot Training Film playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCA6387BA013F9A4D more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/aviation_news_and_search.html "Physiology of Flight: Trapped Gas" Federal Aviation Administration, Civil Aerospace Medical Institute Reupload of a previously uploaded film with improved video & sound. Public domain film from the US National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aviation_medicine Aviation medicine, also called flight medicine or aerospace medicine, is a preventive or occupational medicine in which the patients/subjects are pilots, aircrews, or astronauts. The specialty strives to treat or prevent conditions to which aircrews are particularly susceptible, applies medical knowledge to the human factors in aviation and is thus a critical component of aviation safety. A military practitioner of aviation medicine may be called a flight surgeon and a civilian practitioner is an aviation medical examiner. One of the biggest differences between the military and civilian flight docs is the military flight surgeon's requirement to log flight hours... Overview Broadly defined, this subdiscipline endeavors to discover and prevent various adverse physiological responses to hostile biologic and physical stresses encountered in the aerospace environment. Problems range from life support measures for astronauts to recognizing an ear block in an infant traveling on an airliner with elevated cabin pressure altitude. Aeromedical certification of pilots, aircrew and patients is also part of Aviation Medicine. A final subdivision is the AeroMedical Transportation Specialty. These military and civilian specialists are concerned with protecting aircrew and patients who are transported by AirEvac aircraft (helicopters or fixed-wing airplanes). Atmospheric physics potentially affect all air travelers regardless of the aircraft. As humans ascend through the first 9100–12,300 m (30,000–40,000 ft), temperature decreases linearly at an average rate of 2 °C (3.6 °F) per 305 m (1000 ft). If sea-level temperature is 16 °C (60 °F), the outside air temperature is approximately −57 °C (−70 °F) at 10,700 m (35,000 ft). Pressure and humidity also decline, and aircrew are exposed to radiation, vibration and acceleration forces (the latter are also known as "g" forces). Aircraft life support systems such as oxygen, heat and pressurization are the first line of defense against most of the hostile aerospace environment. Higher performance aircraft will provide more sophisticated life support equipment such as "G-suits" to help the body resist acceleration, and pressure breathing apparatus or ejection seats or other escape equipment. Every factor contributing to a safe flight has a failure rate. The crew of an aircraft is no different. Aviation medicine aims to keep this rate in the humans involved equal to or below a specified risk level. This standard of risk is also applied to airframe, avionics and systems associated with flights. AeroMedical examinations aim at screening for elevation in risk of sudden incapacitation, such as a tendency towards myocardial infarction (heart attacks), epilepsy or the presence of metabolic conditions diabetes, etc. which may lead to hazardous condition at altitude. The goal of the AeroMedical Examination is to protect the life and health of pilots and passengers by making reasonable medical assurance that an individual is fit to fly. Other screened conditions such as colour blindness can prevent a person from flying because of an inability to perform a function that is necessary. In this case to tell green from red. These specialized medical exams consist of physical examinations performed by an Aviation Medical Examiner or a military Flight Surgeon, doctors trained to screen potential aircrew for identifiable medical conditions that could lead to problems while performing airborne duties. In addition, this unique population of aircrews is a high-risk group for several diseases and harmful conditions due to irregular work shifts with irregular sleeping and irregular meals (usually carbonated drinks and high energy snacks) and work-related stress...
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Medical burden lifted
 
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General aviation got a huge lift Jan. 10 when the FAA released the third class medical reform final rule: Learn about BasicMed, the new alternative to medical certification that covers most GA operations, which goes into effect May 1.
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Pilot Medical - Dyfrig
 
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In this episode Dyfrig will tell you the story of getting his first, pilot Class 1 medical, while he is driving to get it renewed. Its a great story about what can go wrong and rights when applying for your medical and the importance of getting it BEFORE you start your training. Please post your questions for Dyfrig in the comments section. Have a great day and enjoy the video.
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Pilots and Medication
 
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Impairment from medication, particularly over the counter (OTC) medication, has been cited in a number of accidents in general aviation. In a 2011 study from the FAA’s CAMI Toxicology Lab, drugs/medications were found in 570 pilots (42%) from 1,353 total fatal pilots tested. Most of the pilots with positive drug results, 511 (90%), were flying under 14 CFR Part 91. Download our #FlySafe fact sheet: http://bit.ly/2IR2qgx
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ATPL Class 1 Medical Requirements
 
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Commercial Pilot ATPL Medical Requirements presented by Dr Firdos Medora, MEDORA CLINIC & SURGERY. Dr Firdos Medora is the only doctor in Singapore appointed by the Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia to access the medical condition of commercial pilots. Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia is an organisation in the Ministry of Transport Malaysia administering the activities of aviation. The activities include basically the transportation of passengers, mail and cargo from and into the airspace of Malaysia.
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Can PILOTS wear GLASSES ??? Eye Surgery? Contacts? Explain by CAPTAIN JOE
 
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CHECK YOUR COLOUR VISION: http://bit.ly/colourblindnesstestbycaptainjoe INSTAGRAM FLYWITHCAPTAINJOE: https://goo.gl/TToDlg MY WEBSITE: https://goo.gl/KGTSWK NEW FACEBOOK PAGE: https://goo.gl/heUKGb ▼▼My FLIGHT-KIT I highly recommend for you guys▼▼ MY HEADSET: https://amzn.to/2yncd9d MY SUNGLASSES: https://amzn.to/2Rx1mCm MY PILOT BAG: https://amzn.to/2zYcqSh Company iPad: https://amzn.to/2ynxOhT ▼▼The VIDEO EQUIPMENT I use in my studio and outdoors▼▼ MY CAMERA: https://amzn.to/2yov6sj LIGHTING: https://amzn.to/2zXH2DB IN-FLIGHT RECORDINGS: https://amzn.to/2ynmrGH Dear friends and followers, in today´s video we´ll be talking about "If pilots can wear glasses" ? The answer is yes – you can wear glasses and be an airline pilot – you don’t need to have perfect vision. However you are required to have a certain standard of vision as outlined below. The standards vary from country to country so If in any doubt, you should contact an Authorised Medical Examiner (AME) in the country that you anticipate completing your flight training in. ‘An applicant may be assessed as fit with hypermetropia not exceeding +5.0 dioptres, myopia not exceeding -6.0 dioptres, astigmatism not exceeding 2.0 dioptres, and anisometropia not exceeding 2.0 dioptres, provided that optimal correction has been considered and no significant pathology is demonstrated. Monocular visual acuities should be 6/6 or better.’ Distant visual acuity, with or without correction, shall be 6/9 or better monocularly, and 6/6 or better binocularly. You will require a comprehensive ophthalmological examination on your initial assessment then every 5 years up to your 40th Birthday and then every 2 years. Plus: Pilots are required to carry a spare pair of spectacles Pilots are not allowed to wear polarised glasses (there is a video out about that topic in my channel) Bifocal contact lenses are not approved PLEASE BE ADVISED I AM NOT A DOCTOR AND THEREFORE CAN NOT ANSWER YOUR QUESTION REGARDING IF YOU CAN BECOME A PILOT IF YOU HAVE ISSUES WITH YOUR EYES. ASK A PROFESSIONAL AERONAUTICAL MEDICAL DOCTOR!!! Thanks for watching, all the best your "Captain" Joe Into Song: Ehrlich - Lounge https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5ImNzexO4E Outro Song: Joakim Karud & Dyalla - Wish you were here https://goo.gl/kJ9pef ALL COPYRIGHTS TO THIS VIDEO ARE OWNED BY FLYWITHCAPTAINJOE.COM ANY COPYING OR ILLEGALLY DOWNLOADING AND PUBLISHING ON OTHER PLATFORMS WILL FOLLOW LEGAL CONSEQUENCES
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Prozac Pilot Update on FAA Medical Certification
 
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Collin Hughes, The Prozac Pilot, gives an update on his current status in his road back to the flight deck. Perhaps someday he will be flying President Obama or Sarah Palin. Maybe he will have both Obama and Palin on the same flight, now that would be interesting.
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FAA Video - Vision
 
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Produced by the Federal Aviation Administration for public use.
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Becoming a pilot: Being color blind
 
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If you want to be a pilot but are color blind (color deficient) you still can be! There are a lot of people who say you cannot and there is a lot of information online from people who are not even color deficient yet they try to answer some of the hard questions that exist for color deficient people. You need to go to an AME to get checked out. They will give you a color vision test. If you fail they can only give you a Third class medical certificate with night restrictions. It will be hard to get a job with this, so you will want a first class medical certificate, at least eventually. If you fail your color vision test you will need to google your local FSDO and call them to find a place that does the Farnsworth lantern test. It will cost about 100 - 150 dollars (US) but you pass you are golden. Fax the test results to the FSDO with a cover letter stating your name, date of birth and that you would like your third class medical upgraded to a first class with no restrictions. They will mail you a new one in about a month. Good job you did it!
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Pilot with Type 1 Diabetes Flying Again After 10 Years
 
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Over 3 million people in the UK have diabetes, with one in ten people in Hampshire at risk of developing the condition. Until 2012, aircraft pilots with type 1 diabetes, who need to inject with insulin every day, were unable to fly commercially. Grounded in 2003 with diabetes for over 10 years, Andrew Hoy was only allowed to fly recreationally. But he's now been flying again in his childhood dream job for a year and a half. Our reporter Shan Robins has caught up with him to find out more.
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Aviation Medical Examiner Guide Updates
 
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This video summarizes recent changes to the AME Guide for medical certification.
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What is AVIATION MEDICINE? What does AVIATION MEDICINE mean? AVIATION MEDICINE meaning & explanation
 
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What is AVIATION MEDICINE? What does AVIATION MEDICINE mean? AVIATION MEDICINE meaning - AVIATION MEDICINE definition - AVIATION MEDICINE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Aviation medicine, also called flight medicine or aerospace medicine, is a preventive or occupational medicine in which the patients/subjects are pilots, aircrews, or astronauts. The specialty strives to treat or prevent conditions to which aircrews are particularly susceptible, applies medical knowledge to the human factors in aviation and is thus a critical component of aviation safety. A military practitioner of aviation medicine may be called a flight surgeon and a civilian practitioner is an aviation medical examiner. One of the biggest differences between the military and civilian flight doctors is the military flight surgeon's requirement to log flight hours. Broadly defined, this subdiscipline endeavors to discover and prevent various adverse physiological responses to hostile biologic and physical stresses encountered in the aerospace environment. Problems range from life support measures for astronauts to recognizing an ear block in an infant traveling on an airliner with elevated cabin pressure altitude. Aeromedical certification of pilots, aircrew and patients is also part of Aviation Medicine. A final subdivision is the AeroMedical Transportation Specialty. These military and civilian specialists are concerned with protecting aircrew and patients who are transported by AirEvac aircraft (helicopters or fixed-wing airplanes). Atmospheric physics potentially affect all air travelers regardless of the aircraft. As humans ascend through the first 9100–12,300 m (30,000–40,000 ft), temperature decreases linearly at an average rate of 2 °C (3.6 °F) per 305 m (1000 ft). If sea-level temperature is 16 °C (60 °F), the outside air temperature is approximately -57 °C (-70 °F) at 10,700 m (35,000 ft). Pressure and humidity also decline, and aircrew are exposed to radiation, vibration and acceleration forces (the latter are also known as "g" forces). Aircraft life support systems such as oxygen, heat and pressurization are the first line of defense against most of the hostile aerospace environment. Higher performance aircraft provide more sophisticated life support equipment, such as "G-suits" to help the body resist the adverse effects of acceleration, along with pressure breathing apparatus, or ejection seats or other escape equipment. Every factor contributing to a safe flight has a failure rate. The crew of an aircraft is no different. Aviation medicine aims to keep this rate in the humans involved equal to or below a specified risk level. This standard of risk is also applied to airframe, avionics and systems associated with flights. AeroMedical examinations aim at screening for elevation in risk of sudden incapacitation, such as a tendency towards myocardial infarction (heart attacks), epilepsy or the presence of metabolic conditions diabetes, etc. which may lead to hazardous condition at altitude. The goal of the AeroMedical Examination is to protect the life and health of pilots and passengers by making reasonable medical assurance that an individual is fit to fly. Other screened conditions such as colour blindness can prevent a person from flying because of an inability to perform a function that is necessary. In this case to tell green from red. These specialized medical exams consist of physical examinations performed by an Aviation Medical Examiner or a military Flight Surgeon, doctors trained to screen potential aircrew for identifiable medical conditions that could lead to problems while performing airborne duties. In addition, this unique population of aircrews is a high-risk group for several diseases and harmful conditions due to irregular work shifts with irregular sleeping and irregular meals (usually carbonated drinks and high energy snacks) and work-related stress.
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I Lost My License To Fly
 
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I might lose my license to fly, A FAA regulation made me loose my flying license. So if I can't work - its time to play.
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Driver's license medical update
 
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The FAA maps out its timeline for rulemaking on a driver's license medical. Don't hold your breath.
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DGCA medical requirements to become a pilot in India Class 1 procedures for pilot training in India
 
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If you dream to become a pilot in India and worried about fitness level then this video will give you the complete idea. Here is a step by step guide of all the procedures Class 2 Medical certificate: Step 1: Click on this link DGCA Class 2 Medical PDF(http://dgca.nic.in/medical/class2.pdf) in order to find the details for booking the medical appointment as per your location. After clicking on the link a PDF will open where you can find the centre closest to your residence. Call on the given contact number and fix an appointment with the doctor at the earliest. You will be given instructions regarding the medical appointment and you will be asked to bring certain documents like your passport photographs with white background. Step 2: You must report to the centre on an empty stomach on the prescribed date and time of the medical appointment. Make sure that you follow all the instructions and get all the necessary documents you were asked to bring while reporting for the appointment. Step 3: You have to pay the prescribed fee (and obtain receipts) for the medical examination at the centre. Doctor may ask you to submit the papers to DGCA office or himself/herself can do on your behalf. After approx. one month of submission you are allotted medical file number. ------------------------------------------------------------- After finishing off the Class 2 Medical procedure and obtaining file number, you can proceed to get the Class 1 Medical done. Below are the instructions to be followed for Class 1 Medical. --------------------------------------------------------------- Class 1 Medical Procedure: Step 1: The centralized appointment-cum-PMR forwarding system provides a centralised system of appointments for Class 1 medical examinations and PMR forwarding facility for all IAF centres, for scheduling the medical examination appointments. Step 2: You can click on this link DGCA Class 1 Medical PDF-(http://dgca.nic.in/medical/Procedure%20for%20DGCA%20Centralised%20Appt%20&%20PMR%20Fwd%20System.pdf) in order to check the availability of slots on various days of the week at the IAF centres. Step 3: You can make a request for the appointment by any of the following methods: Facsimile/Fax, Email or a Written request. You can find the format of the request for appointment in the Annexure present in the PDF (DGCA Class 1 Medical PDF). In the same PDF you have instructions regarding the details on which you need to forward the request for appointment. Please adhere to the instructions given in the PDF and place your request for appointment. Step 4: Candidates applying for an appointment are required to give minimum two and max five choices of centres from among the list of centres. The appointment is granted based on the availability of a slot at the centre on the date requested for. In case a slot is not available in the first choice then the other choices are considered in a serial fashion. Refer the PDF for further instructions regarding how to fill the choice of centres and also the choice of date. Step 5: The requests for appointment are handled on a ‘First come first served’ basis. After the appointment is granted an email shall be sent to the aircrew within 7 working days, mentioning the Date and Centre for medical examination. General instructions about the medical shall also be forwarded. In case of doubt, the aircrew may contact Medical Cell at medical1.dgca@nic.in for clarifications. Step 6: For instructions related to cancelling & rescheduling of appointment, please refer the PDF mentioned above. Step 7: Medical at AFCME, New Delhi/ IAM IAF Bangalore / MEC(E), Jorhat. The medical examinations for the following cases shall be only at the above centres:- (a) Cases of special medical (after disease/ physical condition) (b) Cases of review after a period of Temporary Unfitness for assessment of fitness are conducted at IAM/ AFCME/ MEC(E). (c) Appeal cases of Class I/ II Medical examinations at IAM/ AFCME. (d) Medicals at age 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60 and all medicals between 60-65 at IAM/ AFCME. (e) Every fourth medical in aircrew less than 40 yrs of age and every seventh medical after age of 40 yrs of age. (f) Re-initial Medical. Class I medical where a renewal has not been done for more than 2 years. (g) Any medical which is specifically advised to be done at these centres as per AIC/ Medical Assessment. Step 8: The candidates have to pay the prescribed fee (and obtain receipts) for the Initial/ Renewal medical examination at the center. ---------------------------------------------------- ESSENTIAL STUFF FOR ASPIRING PILOTS AND CADET PROGRAM PRACTICE AT HOME CHECK IT OUT, ITS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED IF YOU ARE AN ASPIRING PILOT : 1) MICROSOFT FLIGHT SIMULATOR - http://amzn.to/2zSYTvR 2) From the ground up - PILOT studies CPL book - http://amzn.to/2hKbhHQ 3)PRO PILOT complete flight simulator-For CADET PROGRAM PRACTICE - http://amzn.to/2AaSnRP ------------------------------------------------------------
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Hearing Preservation for Pilots
 
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Few things are as important as preserving your health, and hearing loss can have dramatic effects on all aspects of your life. Left unprotected, your hearing can suffer irreparable damage from the noise in the typical General Aviation cockpit environment. Join us for an informative discussion on how noise affects our hearing, preventing hearing loss and what goes into the design of today’s cutting edge aviation headsets to counter these risks. Featured speakers include Ravi “The Raviator” and David Dunlap, Director of Sennheiser Aviation.
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Pilot Version- Debunking ADHD:10 Reasons...The Logic- Part I
 
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This is the first of my video series on Debunking ADHD. This video starts to share the logic behind why I feel millions of kids are being wrongly drugged for a disorder that should have no connection kids behaving like kids. The video was created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/ . Make your own animated videos and animated presentations for free.
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