Tag Archives: MedXpress

The Medical Certification Process

by Dr. Bill Blank, M.D. Published in Midwest Flyer – Dec 2016/Jan 2017 In the last issue, I talked about how some pilots who will soon be permitted to fly without an FAA-issued medical certificate, while the majority of pilots … Continue reading

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Save Time & Money: Come Prepared!

by Dr. John Beasley, M.D. & AME Aviation Medical Examiner, Professor Emeritus & Clinical Professor Department of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin – Madison So, this guy comes to me for a renewal of his medical certification and the form … Continue reading

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New Procedures Cut Red Tape, No Ill Effects Anticipated

by Dr. Bill Blank, M.D. I want to talk about four subjects, which I think will be of interest to airmen: CACI, stents, over-the-counter medication side effects, and MedXPress. CACI or Conditions AMEs Can initially Issue.  These conditions previously required a … Continue reading

Posted in Columns, Columns, High On Health, October/November 2013 | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Gotcha!

by Dr. John Beasley We all want to avoid the dreaded “gotcha,” when it comes to aviation medical examinations, and I can assure you that those folks in Oklahoma City are not out to “do a gotcha” to you. Most … Continue reading

Posted in Columns, Columns, February/March 2013, High On Health | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Time For Me To Join The Modern World – MedXpress

by Dr. John Beasley, M.D. Aviation Medical Examiner Professor Emeritus and Clinical Professor Department of Family Medicine University of Wisconsin – Madison Ah, for the good old days when the Wrights were a couple of kids, medical records were kept … Continue reading

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