Airline pilot heart annual EKGs - 1 in 5 would have failed test if FAA had not changed the criteria - Jan 2023

Why Are the EKGs of Pilots No Longer Normal?

Mercola Jan 31, 2023

  • "The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires first-class airline pilots to receive an electrocardiogram (EKG) starting at age 35, and continuing annually after age 40"
  • "An estimated 20% of pilots screened may have suffered heart damage due to COVID-19 shots, and the FAA may have been forced to widen the EKG parameters so pilots could continue to fly"
  • "On an EKG, a normal PR interval measures 0.12 to 0.2 seconds."
  • On Oct 24, 2022 the FAA increased the grounding criteria from 0.2 seconds to 0.3 seconds

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