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SUPERSTARDJ01

Medcial grade B and parent as guardian

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Hi,

 

we've just had our medicals emailed to us from knightsbridge doctors, unfortunately they're closed now so can't ask them any questions.

 

could someon on here assist?

Question 1

I have a pacemaker I have to visit the every 6mths now as my battery is low (2yrs remaining) it used to be every 12mths, Ihave bradycardia adnd it's controlled well, part of the report below, this and tennis elbow surgery put me as a grade B, should I be worried??

Pace maker in situ since 2009-when diagnosedwith bradycardia for dizzy spells,check upsevery 6 months and no further episodessince insertion of pacemaker. In 2014 heunderwent a laparoscopic fundoplicationfor gastro oesophageal reflux disease.Sincethen asymptomatic and no need for anymedication.See attached letters

Question 2

I accidently put my wife down as a guardian to our 12yr old daughter this was picked up by the receptionist at the doctors she said she would change it, which she did but only in 1 place it's now showing the below, any advise?

 

 

Client Declaration

The client stated that they read and understood the department's use of the information they have provided.Name of parent/guardian:

CHERYL PEARCE

Relationship to the client:

Mother (incl. in-law)

 

Client declaration

 

The client has provided true and correct medical history information.

Name of parent/guardian

CHERYL PEARCE

Relationship to the client

Guardian

 

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I've copied below from panel-members instructions for grading.

14 Grading Panel Members are required to grade immigration medical examinations as ‘A’ if no significant medical conditions, in respect of migration, were identified, and ‘B’ if a significant medical condition has been identified.  A ‘B’ grading does not mean that the applicant will not meet the health requirement or will be refused a visa because these decisions are not made by Panel Members. When an abnormality is detected or declared, Panel Members must provide sufficient detail on the nature, severity and possible prognosis of the medical condition so that the MOCs are able to clearly understand the client’s state of health and the relative significance of the medical condition.  Comments from Panel Physicians are required on how each medical condition currently affects, or is likely to affect, the client’s normal daily functioning, level of independence and fitness for work.

 

 


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