A manual blood pressure cuff. Dinky plastic stethoscope. Empty glucometer case. Epinephrine…without an epi-pen. This is what a physician might encounter in the medical kit that he or she is handed when offering to assist in a medical emergency on an airplane. In this article, one physician recounts her experience trying to treat a patient while in the sky, and then publicly calling out the airline—and airline industry—to update their supplies.