1% rule (aviation medicine)

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It is a general measure used to determine whether a perticular risk of incapacitation is acceptable or not in determining the fitness of pilots. If a particular disease or condition has an annual risk of greater than 1%, it is considered a risk that is too high and if the annual risk is less than 1%, it is considered acceptable.


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