Diving, Aviation and Transport medicine

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The Gesellschaft für Tauch- und Überdruckmedizin (GTÜM) recommends regular diving examinations

Class II and LAPL medical examination according to EASA guidelines

Aviation medicine is a sub-discipline of medicine, which deals with aviation and space medicine. The subject of aviation medicine is the physical and medical characteristics of the stay in air and space as well as the well-being of the flying personnel and passengers. Comparable to an annual examination of an aircraft, every pilot, whether commercial, professional or private, must undergo a fitness examination at regular intervals by a licensed aviation physician. Flight attendants must also undergo a medical examination at regular intervals.

Pilot forms for registration

 

Before your appointment, we ask you to complete the necessary application form for the Federal Aviation Authority (LBA) online here (Application for the issue of a medical certificate)

Class II

12 channel rest ECG

Extended cardiovascular examination for clinical indication

Urinalysis

Audiometry with 8 frequencies

Routine eye examination

Comprehensive examination of the eyes for clinical indication

Pulmonary function examination, with clinical indication

LAPL

Applicants for LAPL medical certificates shall be assessed in accordance with established aviation medical practice. Particular attention must be paid to the applicant’s full medical history. The initial assessment, all subsequent subsequent assessments after the age of 50 and assessments where the medical history of the applicant is not available to the assessor shall include at least

Aeromedical fitness examination for flight attendants

Medical anamnesis and examination

Laboratory analysis

Eye test

Audiogram

Resting ECG, from the age of 42 optional ergometry (exercise ECG)

Spirometry (lung function test)

Vaccination history and advice

In order to obtain a driving licence, medical examinations and a visual examination are required, depending on the class:

Drivers of passenger cars in licence categories B, BE, C1 and C 1 E need one:

– medical examination with certificate according to Annex 5.1 FeV

– Examination of the eyesight with certificate according to appendix 6.2 FeV*

Truck drivers in driving licence categories C, CE from the age of 47 need once and every 5 years:

– medical examination with certificate according to Annex 5.1 FeV

– Examination of the eyesight with certificate according to appendix 6.2 FeV*

Taxi / bus drivers of driving licence classes D, DE need every 5 years:

– medical examination with certificate according to Annex 5.1 FeV

– Examination of the eyesight with certificate according to appendix 6.2 FeV*

– Reaction test according to annex 5.2 FeV

The reaction test is required for: First-time applicants taxi / bus driving licence, holders of driving licence class D (bus driving licence, KOM) from the age of 47, holders of a driving licence for taxi passenger transport (FzF) from the age of 57.

In the event of the occurrence of serious illnesses, e.g. diabetes, high blood pressure, severe kidney disease, etc., it must be ensured immediately by means of an early assessment that there are no concerns or that all the conditions listed in the assessment guidelines on suitability for driving are fulfilled.

Cost absorption Transport medical examination

Cost absorption Transport medical examination

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