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5th Oct 2014, 16:25
Replies: 3
Views: 3,176
Posted By Bob the Doc

You can presumably renew whenever you like. The...

You can presumably renew whenever you like. The medical will just run for 12 months from the new renewal date. I suspect you are asking how soon before you can renew and keep the same renewal date?
7th Aug 2014, 22:55
Replies: 15
Views: 4,994
Posted By Bob the Doc

Hope it all goes well. Presumably you can still...

Hope it all goes well. Presumably you can still instruct ground school while you recover!
7th Aug 2014, 22:50
Replies: 11
Views: 7,490
Posted By Bob the Doc

Sorry to hear the lawyers are making this...

Sorry to hear the lawyers are making this difficult. Hope you get it sorted. Sounds like a worthwhile project in the long run
7th Aug 2014, 22:48
Replies: 17
Views: 7,786
Posted By Bob the Doc

Sorry I'm late to this discussion but I have...

Sorry I'm late to this discussion but I have colleagues in Birmingham who do this sort of surgery if the Marsden doesn't work out. PM me if you need details

BtD
7th Aug 2014, 22:36
Replies: 97
Views: 14,124
Posted By Bob the Doc

going to be a little crowded in there with his...

going to be a little crowded in there with his personal protective officer!
16th Feb 2014, 11:12
Replies: 6
Views: 3,481
Posted By Bob the Doc

It's also worth remembering the bit from the Air...

It's also worth remembering the bit from the Air Law exam where it states that the licence shall be deemed to be suspended as soon as something that would cause suspension has occurred, whether or...
Forum: Rotorheads
16th Jan 2013, 14:25
Replies: 90
Views: 26,897
Posted By Bob the Doc

RIP Captain Pete. You were the best pilot I ever...

RIP Captain Pete. You were the best pilot I ever had the privilege to be flown by on an air ambulance.
18th Aug 2012, 16:44
Replies: 5
Views: 1,899
Posted By Bob the Doc

ECGs can be a bit of a nightmare. 'Abnormalities'...

ECGs can be a bit of a nightmare. 'Abnormalities' are not infrequently benign or caused by artefact but until you do further tests you can't tell the difference between these and the real...
18th Aug 2012, 16:38
Replies: 7
Views: 2,609
Posted By Bob the Doc

2200 sounds about right to me. Not a private...

2200 sounds about right to me. Not a private radiologist or anything but from memory (and these were rough estimates a few years ago)

Plain film Chest X-Ray - About 100
CT scan of Head - About...
18th Aug 2012, 16:32
Replies: 22
Views: 5,225
Posted By Bob the Doc

Does he have a Personal Protection Officer on...

Does he have a Personal Protection Officer on board with him? Might account for the extra POB
Forum: Rotorheads
15th Aug 2012, 23:30
Replies: 13
Views: 3,318
Posted By Bob the Doc

There are benefits of staying relatively...

There are benefits of staying relatively independent. Buying kit is a hell of a lot easier not having to go through the NHS procurement process
Forum: Rotorheads
15th Aug 2012, 21:31
Replies: 700
Views: 226,798
Posted By Bob the Doc

Don't want to look like a police car or an...

Don't want to look like a police car or an ambulance? We have an S and an E as ambulances and there is at least one 109 (I think an E) operating as a police car
Forum: Rotorheads
15th Aug 2012, 21:19
Replies: 20
Views: 6,441
Posted By Bob the Doc

I know at least one of the drivers for this. He...

I know at least one of the drivers for this. He was above the 139 that 'HM the Q and Daniel Craig' jumped out of. Looks like he had a good time
Forum: Rotorheads
15th Aug 2012, 21:14
Replies: 22
Views: 9,968
Posted By Bob the Doc

We were tasked on our HEMS unit to it. Stood down...

We were tasked on our HEMS unit to it. Stood down en route as all occupants out and OK. Didn't get the details of what happened (might not be able to say if I did!)
31st Jul 2012, 20:14
Replies: 12
Views: 3,609
Posted By Bob the Doc

The problem with 'head colds' is that you don't...

The problem with 'head colds' is that you don't know that your Eustachian tubes are not functioning properly until you descend from altitude and you get massive ear/sinus pain which is at best...
31st Jul 2012, 19:52
Replies: 17
Views: 4,058
Posted By Bob the Doc

Looks good. Have a better Cotswold discount code...

Looks good. Have a better Cotswold discount code but it's supposed to be Herc Force only I think

for those entitled who haven't seen the code (obviously you will be very honest about using it!)
...
17th Apr 2012, 23:58
Replies: 7
Views: 3,312
Posted By Bob the Doc

I would have thought GN has it pretty much bang...

I would have thought GN has it pretty much bang on. Without reading the regs specifically, I can't see the CAA eventually refusing a licence with what you describe. Good reason for original episode,...
17th Apr 2012, 23:36
Replies: 5
Views: 2,187
Posted By Bob the Doc

Diabetes management is essentially a balance of...

Diabetes management is essentially a balance of energy in (mostly carbs, some fat and protein) and the stuff you do to bring it down (exercise and drugs for example). If you reduce the energy going...
9th Apr 2012, 20:50
Replies: 56
Views: 6,998
Posted By Bob the Doc

Joined Oct97 End of current commission May 16 ...

Joined Oct97
End of current commission May 16
But then I'm not a PP so perhaps I shouldn't be on PPRUNE at all?
8th Apr 2012, 12:16
Replies: 19
Views: 2,472
Posted By Bob the Doc

I think the approach is called Che Sanh. Approach...

I think the approach is called Che Sanh. Approach at medium altitude to avoid small arms fire and then steep nose down, pulling out of the dive in time to get the wheels on the runway. Used in 'Nam...
6th Apr 2012, 17:49
Replies: 38
Views: 10,694
Posted By Bob the Doc

Statins do reduce everyone's risk of death. Only...

Statins do reduce everyone's risk of death. Only the risk of death due to atherosclerotic disease though. If your risk from this is tiny then the benefit is even smaller, hence the need to take...
5th Apr 2012, 22:40
Replies: 5
Views: 2,187
Posted By Bob the Doc

They'll try anything through a scope these days! ...

They'll try anything through a scope these days!

Liver resection yesterday, Hemicolectomy today

Where I work, the upper GI guys don't band anything other than stomachs and so the lap tells us...
3rd Apr 2012, 14:26
Replies: 5
Views: 2,187
Posted By Bob the Doc

Laparoscopic gastric banding is usually done to...

Laparoscopic gastric banding is usually done to aid weight loss. It uses a synthetic band to reduce the gastric (stomach) volume which means you feel full earlier and eat less. It is remarkably...
2nd Apr 2012, 22:05
Replies: 6
Views: 2,256
Posted By Bob the Doc

Pretty sure brachytherapy offered at the QE in...

Pretty sure brachytherapy offered at the QE in Brum. One of my bosses stuns patients for it every week or so
2nd Apr 2012, 14:49
Replies: 38
Views: 10,694
Posted By Bob the Doc

Statins are usually allowed under mil rules so I...

Statins are usually allowed under mil rules so I would expect CAA to be OK as well. They may, however, require you to have a period off flying P1 until it has been established that you haven't got...
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