office notes, letter of release including any limitations, new medications and follow-up plan from treating physician
hospital records/discharge summary if hospitalized
pathology report for surgery related to evaluation/diagnosis of malignancy such as prostate, skin, etc. including diagnostic biopsy of lymph node.
Kidney Stone – FAA requires:
For stone episode within 5 years of flight exam, bring office notes and letter of release from the treating physician and a copy of scan/x-ray after stone passage to document presence/absence of other stones. If there are retained stones, a comment from treating physician stating likelihood of sudden incapacitation/attacks and follow up plans. Also include results from metabolic workup if performed and treatment recommendations.
OSA – Follow AASI guidelines
For those WITH diagnosis of OSA, bring required information as outlined in the AASI letter you received from the FAA.
For those with NEW diagnosis or NOT previously reported, bring:
Sleep study report
Letter from treating physician
One year of CPAP data report; this report should reflect 6 hours of use EACH night and 75% DAILY usage.