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PSTAR Online Quiz -Section 8 – Aeromedical

1) A flight crew member aware of being under a physical disability that might invalidate licence issue or renewal shall





2) What is the recommended treatment for hyperventilation below 8,000 feet?





3) Damage to the ear drum in flight is most likely to occur





4) Clearing the ears on a rapid descent may be assisted by





5) Flight crew members who require decompression stops on the way to the surface when SCUBA diving should not fly for





6) With regard to fatigue, which statement is correct according to the information given under the “Medical Information” section of the TC AIM Canada?





7) A pilot who has donated blood should not act as a flight crew member for at least the next





8) Any pilot who has had a general anaesthetic should not act as a flight crew member





9) Any pilot who has had a local anaesthetic for extensive dental procedures should not act as a flight crew member during the next





10) Relatively small amounts of alcohol affect tolerance to hypoxia (lack of sufficient oxygen). This tolerance





11) Many common drugs such as cold tablets, cough mixtures, antihistamines and other over-the-counter remedies may seriously impair the judgement and co-ordination needed while flying. The safest rule is to





12) The Canadian Medical Certificate of a private pilot 40 years old and over is valid, in Canada, for a period of





13) The Canadian Medical Certificate of a private pilot under 40 years of age is valid, in Canada, for a period of







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