Medical Aid Stations
a. Provide a primary medical aid station ft for each runners; see table B. page at the finish area, with no public access. Place security guards at all entrances with instructions regarding who can enter.
b. Position secondary medical aid stations along the route at -to -km .-to .-mi intervals for races over km, and at the halfway point for shorter races see table B.. Some race directors have successfully secured equipment and medical volunteers from military reserve or national guard medical units, the American Red Cross, and the National Ski Patrol.
c. Station one ambulance per runners at the finish area and one or more mobile emergency response vehicles on the course. Staff each vehicle with a nurse and radio person or cellular telephone. Stock each vehicle with a medical kit, automatic defibrillator, IV apparatus, blankets, towels, crushed ice, blood pressure cuffs, rehydration fluid, and cups.
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d. Signs should be posted at the starting line and at each medical aid station to announce the risk of heat illness or cold injury see Appendix A.
e. A medical record card should be completed for each runner who receives treatment. This card provides details that can be used to plan the medical coverage of future events.
f. Provide personal protective equipment gloves, gowns, face shields, eye protection and hand washing facilities.
g. Provide portable latrines and containers for patients with vomiting and diarrhea.
h. Initial medical assessment must include rectal not oral, aural, or axillary temperature central nervous system function, and cardiovascular function. Rehydration and cooling or warming are the cornerstones of treatment.
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