Podcasts from the Rollcage Medic website focusing on medicine and rescue for motorsports
Motorsport and Covid-19 - Part 1
Slowly the world is trying to re-emerge from Covid, though not equally and not everywhere. Sport is preparing to get active again and motorsport is looking to join in.
So we decided to explore the impact that the SARS-CoV-2 viral infection has had on different parts of the world generally and on motorsport and start to look at what motorsport in the era of Covid-19 might look like.
Scramble to Turn 1 - Extrication decision making
We carry on from Part 1 with motorsport rescue specialists Mark Brennan and Rickard Johansson and tackle developing a vehicle type extrication approach database, the wall of manufacturer secrecy, racewear safety PPE and contamination management.
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Scramble to Turn 1 - Extrication decision making - Part 1
On this episode we invite some rescue colleagues on to the podcast to help us out with some tricky rescue topics.
Scramble to Turn 1 - Initial assessment and communication - Part 2
- Effective scene communication
- Priority codes and the Critical Incident response
- Is a death every declared at a race circuit?
- Clearing a competitor at the scene
Scramble to Turn 1 - Initial assessment and communication - PART 1
In this first of two parts podcast we cover
- Setting the tempo
- Determining priorities
- Inter-agency trust
- Training for success
Watch out for Part 2 soon
Scramble to Turn 1 - Part 3 - Approaching the scene safely
Three motorsport doctors run through the hazards faced when rolling up to a crash scene on a hot race track at a motorsport event and the options for minimising the potential for harm. From risk identification to establishing a safe working space, we'll guide you through keeping you and your crew safe.
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Rollcage Medic rolls it!
Matt Macpartlin is the Pierce Brosnan of motorsports medicine!
This intensive care doctor knows more about being a rally race car medic than anyone out there and he lives it too!
Think of him as Man vs Rally Car in the Wild!
With a stethoscope!
Awesome stuff Matt
5/5 score from the PHARM blog and podcast!
Dr Minh Le Cong