Medical team coverage of motor sports events

H C Hunter
Journal of the American Osteopathic Association 1996, 96 (3): 179-80
Sports medicine physicians treating race car drivers competing on the circuit are likely to encounter more than burns, contusions, and lacerations. Based on the author's 3-year experience as a member of a medical team on the motor sports circuit, this article outlines the various injuries and illnesses--many of which are seen in family practice medicine--that these physicians can encounter in crew members and spectators, as well as race car drivers.

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