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ReliefBand’s™ Are the Best Non-Drug Solution to for Nausea and Vomiting

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ReliefBand’s™ are the best non-drug solution to for nausea and vomiting from motion sickness and the only thing that will help once nausea has commenced. What many aircraft owners do not know is that the ReliefBand is also FDA approved for pregnancy and chemotherapy. One of my favorite stories about the ReliefBand was when AeroMedix […]

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Doc Blue Tip: Aircraft Cabin Pressure Sensing & Alerting

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Early detection is the key to preventing cabin pressurization failures and that’s precisely why I use a backup cabin pressure altitude sensing and alerting device. This is especially important because the switch used to pressurize my Cessna 340 is hard to see and I never touch it, so when I flew my aircraft after an […]

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Doc Blue Tip: Preventing Hypoxia with a Low-Level Carbon Monoxide Monitor

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excerpt here When I introduced digital carbon monoxide monitoring to general aviation in 1995, I had found a low-level CO detector that did not need annual “bump” calibration and was incredibly accurate.

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Brent Blue featured on Inspired Pilot Podcast

Episode 22: Inspired Pilot Podcast

Brent Blue is a Senior who introduced Digital Pulse Oximetry to general aviation in 1995.

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Mike Busch discusses carbon monoxide (CO) in the cockpit

Maintenance expert Mike Busch discusses carbon monoxide (CO) in the cockpit reviewing CO-related accidents…

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The CO Experts Ultra Low-Level Carbon Monoxide Detector | 2015

The Ultra Low-Level Carbon Monoxide Detector is now available at Aeromedix.com. Aeromedix.com is the exclusive online retailer of the CO Experts 2015 to the general aviation industry. The FAA Released a Bulletin on Engine Exhaust and CO Monitors. This Special Airworthiness Information Bulletin (SAIB) advises the owners and operators of general aviation (GA) aircraft of airworthiness concern, specifically the […]

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The ReliefBand® with Replaceable Batteries

The New ReliefBand® with replaceable battery can be purchased here. The ReliefBand® with replaceable batteries is back!  Available to consumers without the need for a prescription and at a new low price, the ReliefBand® is an FDA cleared nerve stimulation medical device that treats and relieves motion-sickness, sea sickness and even morning sickness! It is safe, drug-free, highly effective and clinically […]

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FAA Insanity

The FAA put out an National Proposal for Rule Making (NPRM) last September which was hidden under a miss titled name which would allow passengers who need to use a portable oxygen concentrator on board aircraft to do so without a physician’s statement and without notification of the airline. Since most of these units are […]

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Air Safety Institute Safety Alert

***Air Safety Institute Safety Alert*** This month has seen two tragic accidents that involve pilot incapacitation at high altitudes. While it’s impossible to say for certain that hypoxia was the primary cause, both mishaps, flight profiles, and the reports from the military pilots who intercepted the aircraft point toward this as a possibility. Unlike our military counterparts, most […]

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Oshkosh Day 3

Great weather for day 3 with large crowds. Busy day included two air shows—normal afternoon and evening. One ending with fireworks and the “wall of fire” which is a juvenile display of dynamite and gasoline blowing up for no other purpose than to blow something up for elementary school kids. If you are going to blow something up, let us […]

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