Used for bladder instability. It is not acceptable for short-term use prior to bladder surgery. Only the sustained-release formulation is permitted and pilots should be advised to keep themselves well hydrated before and during flights.
Side-effects to enquire about are mainly anti-cholinergic such as dry mouth, blurred vision and drowsiness. If these do not occur in the first few months they are extremely unlikely to occur later.
OML from one to six months assuming a lying/standing BP shows no evidence of postural hypotension.
Unrestricted may be possible after six months
OSL from one to three months assuming a lying/standing BP shows no evidence of postural hypotension.
Unrestricted is possible at three months if specific enquiry for side-effects is negative.
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