약학회지
YAKHAK HOEJI
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Table. 2.

Table. 2.

Comparison of sports pharmacy guidelines in international sports competitions.

Contents Sports pharmacy operation cases
Year 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 2019
Location VANCOUVER LONDON SOCHI RIO PYEONGCHANG GWANGJU
Type Winter olympics (IOC) Winter olympics (IOC) Summer olympics (IOC) Winter olympics (IOC) Summer olympics (IOC) Winter olympics (IOC) Summer (FINA)
Polyclinic operation • Operation hours: 07:00~23:00
• Emergency medication access: 23:00~07:00
• Location: with in the village
• Operation hours: 09:00~21:00
Formulary table of drug contents
Drug dispensing • Prescription only • Prescription available • Prescription only • Prescription only • Prescription only • Prescription available
- • OTC available - - - • OTC available (single dose only)
Drug supply day • 7 days
• Antibiotics may be prescribed in sufficient quantities to treat medical condition
• 7 days
• Antibiotics may be prescribed in sufficient quantities to treat medical condition
• 7 days
• Antibiotics may be prescribed in sufficient quantities to treat medical condition
• 7 days
• Antibiotics may be prescribed in sufficient quantities to treat medical condition
• 7 days
• Antibiotics may be prescribed in sufficient quantities to treat medical condition
• 3 days for oral drug
• Single dose for injectable drug
Permitted and prohibited drug information
Needle policy ×
TUE guideline

IOC (International Olympic Committee), FINA (Fédération Internationale de Natation Amateur), OTC (over the counter), TUE (therapeutic use exemptions)

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