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Cool gadgets in Aviation! Check out the latest: X2 Biosystem (TBA) and Heart Rate & Pulse Oximeter Monitor – Cutting Edge Technology. Once every 2 years, the FAA sponsors a medical education program in Europe for Senior Aviation Medical Examiners.  It is a terrific opportunity to learn directly from the top FAA medical leadership.  This year traveling to Munich from Oklahoma City and the FAA medical headquarters were 3 senior staff.  We learned about the new EKG transmission standards, CACI and special issuance rules, and discussed the future of aviation medicine with our colleagues from all parts of the world.
I attended an FAA  seminar in association with the European School of Aviation Medicine August 21st through the August 24th 2014 in Munich, Germany. This seminar was entitled the and provided updates on FAA policies and procedures. It was a unique and broad program as it also offered updates in clinical aerospace medicine as well as perspectives from AMEs working with the European Aviation Safety Agency.
TBA
Dramatic brain Injury – TBA
Pulse O2
Heart Rate & Pulse Oximeter Monitor
Uwe Stüben, Medical Director, Lufthansa AG  & Brian Pinkston, M.D., M.P.H. Manager, Aerospace Medical Education Division Federal Aviation
Uwe Stüben, Medical Director, Lufthansa AG & Brian Pinkston, M.D., M.P.H.
Manager, Aerospace Medical Education Division
Federal Aviation Administration
Courtney Scott, Junior DO, Manager, FAA Aerospace Medical Certification Division &  Ray Basri MD, senior Aviation Medical Examiner
Courtney Scott, Junior DO, Manager, FAA Aerospace Medical Certification Division & Ray Basri MD, senior Aviation Medical Examiner