This instruction implements Air Force Policy Directive , .. addressed in 59 MDWI , Infection Prevention and Control Program. (AFI) , Medical Evaluation Boards – Air Force Freedom of Read more about profiles, audit, officials, pimr, milpds and evaluation. Process supplements to this instruction as shown in Air Force Instruction (AFI) , TR: AFI and local medical treatment facility.

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Hiatus hernia with severe symptoms not relieved by dietary or medical therapy or with recurrent bleeding in spite of prescribed therapy. Not amenable to treatment, and incapacitating. This new revised PULHES listing in the remarks section will instriction the MPF personnel the ability to determine which career fields the member can be considered for, if medical retraining is warranted.

These standards are not all inclusive and other diseases or defects can be cause for rejection based upon the judgment of the examining instduction surgeon. Identifies individuals for Medical Evaluation Board MEBif qualification for continued military service is questionable. Members assigned to the inactive or Retired Reserve who meet the following medical requirements can be returned to active reserve participation: Fogce administrative or punitive discharge is pending 6.

Applies to each Air Force MTF or ARC medical instruciton providing support for flying or special operational duty personnel, missile launch crew personnel, controllers, and air vehicle operators. In the case of progress of an existing condition, development or discovery of a new medical condition, the host nation instructuon standards apply and remain in effect for that individual aircrew member whenever in that host nation.


MEB evaluation is indicated in those instances when medical complications or sequelae of alcoholism for example, recurrent jaundice or ascites, esophageal varices, chronic pancreatitis, organic central nervous system CNS disorders, etc. Paroxysmal ventricular tachycardia, ventricular fibrillation. If approved, the patient must be briefed that retirement or separation proceeds on schedule despite hospitalization or convalescence.

Indicators having immediate impact on PRP status or major health care concerns require that further evaluation or counseling needs be identified and the individual scheduled for any needed follow-up.

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Stenosis of trachea causing respiratory embarrassment. The physical profile system classifies individuals according to physical functional abilities. ARC flying personnel require this examination every 3 years SF A medical examination SF 88 for separation or retirement is mandatory when: Annotates on the SF 88 See example that the individual is medically disqualified. Notification or awareness of a change in the member’s medical status.

Medical evaluations with scope to be determined by the examining flight surgeon are required when: Atrioventricular block, other than first degree or asymptomatic Type I second degree AV block without structural heart disease.

Navigator candidates must have a current, certified flying class 1A examination on record and meet flying class II standards to begin UNT. Genitourinary and Gynecological Surgery. Term of Validity of Reports of Medical Examination: Sends complete waiver package see paragraph 8. Purpose of AF Form The purpose of Instructikn screening is to detect medically disqualifying conditions. Nose, Pharynx, and Trachea. Evaluate left ventricular systolic function insttruction wall motion.

ARC aircrew forcw require this form in years that a short flying exam AF Form is accomplished. Significant fatigue or dyspnea on mild exertion supported by appropriate pulmonary function and blood gas studies. Chronic venous insufficiency postphlebitic syndrome. Medical standards and medical examination requirements ensure acquisition and retention of members who are medically acceptable for military life.


The severity of injury is a governing factor. ARC members must include documents as required in Paragraph 8.


Use SF Form 93 Items and 15 as a guide in determining items to include as significant medical history. Pancreaticoduodenostomy, pancreaticogastrostomy, and pancreaticojejunostomy.

Found temporarily medically unfit. Current orthopedic consultation with a detailed report of strength, stability, mobility, and functional capacity of the foot and the medical need for orthotics. Dispose of this form upon expiration: Drug dependency renders an individual unsuitable and subject to administrative separation. They ensure PHA including final review are accomplished in a timely manner and documented appropriately. When bilateral and surgical repair is unsuccessful and associated with significant complications or sequelae for example, hydronephrosis, residual obstruction or therapeutically refractive pyelonephritis.

Maintain and dispose of all records created as a result of processes prescribed in this publication in accordance with AFMANRecords Disposition Schedule.

Hyperbaric Chamber Training and duty. Ensures the member is available for examination until processing is complete. Waiver for Flying or Special Operational Duty. Medical Examination for Flying: Stenosis of the larynx.