Pre-participation clinical exams in regular street runners

Diego Janiques Silva, Leandro de Oliveira Sant'Ana, Gilmar Weber Senna, Estevão Scudese, Cristiano Queiroz de Oliveira, Carlos Luiz da Silva Pestana

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Introduction: Outdoor exercises like running have shown increased participant adherence. Objective: To evaluate the use of pre-participation health evaluation in street runners. Methods: One hundred subjects of both genders (18 to 80 years) answered a structured questionnaire. A descriptive statistic was used along with the odds ratio calculation between different genders (male versus female) and health systems (public versus private care). Results: Around 52% of the interviewees were female. Regarding the pre-participation examination, 61% have not performed this procedure. Regarding the type of health care, those who had private health care performed more the pre-participation evaluation (47.5% of the total) when compared to those who had the public health care (25.6% of the total). Regarding the gender, 59.6% of the women performed pre-participation evaluation versus only 18.8% from the men. Conclusion: The pre-participation examination still needs to be better absorbed by street running practitioners.

Keywords: health systems, medical care, running.


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