Tips to prepare for your medical

  • Don’t eat a very large meal just before your examination. This can occasionally cause some changes on your ECG.
  • Avoid strenuous exercise just before your medical. This can occasionally cause haematuria (traces of blood in the urine).
  • Come along to the examination with a relatively full bladder (ie: not a completely empty bladder). I will need you to provide a specimen of urine as part of the medical. It is hard to oblige if you’ve just emptied your bladder!
  • If this is your initial class 2 medical I will have to perform an ECG. This involves putting a number of stickers on your chest and all four limbs. If you are very hairy...be warned....I will need to shave the places where the stickers need to go!
  • Make sure you know where you’re going and that you arrive as relaxed as possible. A last minute dash will only serve to raise your blood pressure!
  • Make sure you bring along all the items you will require. These are listed in the “what to bring with you to your medical” section.
  • If you fail to bring these items I cannot complete your medical – these are EASA rules.
  • If you have any questions please contact me at:  ame@medicalsforpilots.co.uk

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