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HK Cad Class 1 Medical

Old 22nd Jun 2023, 16:52
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1 corona beer for the one with the best guess on what had to be followed up on, wrong answers only please!
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Old 9th Aug 2023, 05:15
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Originally Posted by Oasis
1 corona beer for the one with the best guess on what had to be followed up on, wrong answers only please!
A minor issue of my medical history FAA has never been concerned about.
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Old 8th Nov 2023, 10:12
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Originally Posted by Babyjet_dododo
If your BMI is over 35, you cannot hold a medical in HK (among other tests required).

Initial and renewal medical can be up to 35 BMI, but you will be questioned a lot about your lifestyle.
Would you mind sharing what kind of tests have to be done if the BMI is up to 35?
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Old 12th Nov 2023, 09:24
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If you think you're going to have bmi issues, attend your medical in high heels, hopefully they will measure your height with shoes on
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Old 12th Nov 2023, 17:32
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Originally Posted by Alex Law
Would you mind sharing what kind of tests have to be done if the BMI is up to 35?
Blood test and a stress ECG on a treadmill with a cardiologist.
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Old 19th Nov 2023, 02:06
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Originally Posted by Alex Law
Would you mind sharing what kind of tests have to be done if the BMI is up to 35?

Not true. At all.
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