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DR Rik Hagen CMO Rally Australia. Address by Dr Rik Hagen To FIA Medicine in Motor Sport Summit Valencia 19 th September 2010. DRIVE.DR. A USEFUL EDUCATIONAL TOOL OR JUST ANOTHER ACRONYM. D R I V E . D R. DRIVE.DR. D = Discovery R = Response

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Dr rik hagen cmo rally australia

DR

Rik Hagen

CMO Rally Australia


Address by dr rik hagen to fia medicine in motor sport summit valencia 19 th september 2010

Address by Dr Rik Hagen

To

FIA Medicine in Motor Sport Summit

Valencia

19th September 2010

DRIVE.DR


A useful educational tool or just another acronym

A USEFUL EDUCATIONAL TOOL ORJUST ANOTHER ACRONYM

D R I V E . D R


Drive dr

DRIVE.DR

D = Discovery

R = Response

I = Initial Intervention – Extrication & Treatment

V = Verification of injuries and Stabilisation for transport

E = Evacuation

D = Definitive Treatment

R = Repatriation


D iscovery

DISCOVERY

Who discovers the Incident/Accident

How do they discover that it has occurred

How do they communicate this to the Response Team


R esponse

RESPONSE

Who responds and what level of expertise and equipment should they have?

How is the Course/Environment made SAFE for the Responders?

How do they get to the site of the Incident/Accident

What is an acceptable time frame for this to happen in

How do they communicate their findings and requirements to the Event Organisers


I nitial intervention extrication treatment

INITIAL INTERVENTIONExtrication & Treatment

What Equipment and Expertise is required for Fire Suppression and Extrication

Who does the initial Medical Treatment and what level of Equipment and Expertise is required

ATLS Principles


V erification stabilisation of injuries for transport

VERIFICATION&Stabilisation of Injuries for Transport

Where does this occur (“Stay & Play” or “Scoop & Run”)

Who does this and what level of Equipment and Expertise do they require

How do they communicate their findings & requirements to the Event Organisers

What Documentation is required


E vacuation to definitive care

EVACUATIONTo Definitive Care

Where should the casualty go

How do they get there

Who does the Evacuation and what level of Expertise and Equipment should they have

What is an acceptable time frame for this to occur in

What documentation is required and Who Pays


D efinitive care

DEFINITIVE CARE

Where and what level of Medical Facility should this be at (i.e. Tertiary Hospital or Trauma Centre)

Who pays


R epatriation

REPATRIATION

Will there be a period of Convalescence or Rehabilitation required before Repatriation

How is Repatriation achieved and is an Escort required

What level of Expertise and Equipment should the escort have

Who pays


The two principles of intervention

THE TWO PRINCIPLES OF INTERVENTION

First and Overriding Principle

To get Medical Assistance and Assessment, with good COMMUNICATIONS

to the Incident/Accident site as quickly as possible

Second but Subservient Principle

Minimise the disruption to the smooth running of the Event


Drive dr applied to events

DRIVE.DR APPLIED TO EVENTS

  • Let us now look at how DRIVE.DR can be applied to various motor sport events

  • I would like to look at the

    • 2010 Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix

    • 2009 Rally Australia (WRC)

    • 2009 Australasian Safari (Off-Road)


2010 australian formula 1 grand prix

2010 Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix

5.8 km circuit at Albert Park in Melbourne

6 Medical Intervention Vehicles

2 Extrication Vehicles

8 “Doctors on Foot”, 4 of these in Pit Lane

6 Ambulances, 4 on Circuit & 2 at Medical Centre

Medical Centre has 2 Resuscitation areas & staffed by Trauma and Anaesthetic Specialists

Major Tertiary Trauma Centre 5 minutes away by road


2009 rally australia

2009 RALLY AUSTRALIA

Held in Northern Rivers area of New South Wales

There were 35 Special Stages ranging from 2.55 kms to 22.41 kms in length

Each Special Stage had a Medical Intervention Vehicle at the start, and midpoint for stages longer than 15 kms. The MIVs were dual use Medical and Technical (Rescue capable).

2 MIVs, designated Incident Control Vehicles.

2 “Eye-in-the-Sky” Helicopters plus Evacuation helicopter

Transponders in Competing Cars


2009 australasian safari

2009 AUSTRALASIAN SAFARI

Off-Road event that involves Motos (Bikes), Autos (modified 4WDs) and Quads (4 wheel bikes). In 2009 it covered nearly 4000 kilometres through the “outback” of Western Australia, approximately 65% of which was competitive stages. (stages up to 250 kms)

Joint medical and rescue FIVs, a roving ICV and a Medical Intervention Helicopter, staffed by 2 senior helicopter trained paramedics.

Portable Radios carried by competitors (in 2010 these will have GPS locators). No Transponders.

Radio coverage by fixed wing airborne repeaters


Dr rik hagen cmo rally australia

DRIVE.DR APPLIED

TO

THESE EVENTS


D iscovery1

DISCOVERY

AGP- CCTV, Marshals direct observation

Communication by Radio or Phone

Rally Aust. -Transponders, SOS points, Next competitor

Communication by Radio

Aust. Safari -Following Competitor/GPS

Communication by Radio


R esponse1

RESPONSE

AGP-“Docs on Foot”, MIV & Extrication

Fire & Rescue Services as required

SAFE by Yellow/Red flag + Safety Car

Communication by Radio

Rally Aust. - EITS Helicopter (observe) & MIV + ICV

SAFE by Yellow flags at SOS points

Communication by Radio

Aust. Safari -Helicopter + MIV (slow response time)SAFE - Live intervention (beacons/radio)Communication by Radio


I nitial treament extrication

INITIAL TREAMENT & EXTRICATION


V erification and stabilisation of injuries

VERIFICATION AND STABILISATIONOF INJURIES

“STAY AND PLAY” OR “SCOOP AND RUN”

AGP-Taken to Medical Centre by Ambulance OR Direct to Trauma Centre (3 mins)

(“Scoop & Run”)

Rally Aust. -Road side by MIV & ICV

(“Stay & Play”)

Aust. Safari -Roadside by Helicopter crew +/- MIV +/- ICV

(“Stay & Play”)


E vacuation

EVACUATION

AGP-Land based Ambulance either direct from scene OR from Medical Centre to Alfred Trauma Centre

Exempted from mandatory Helicopter

Rally Aust. -Helicopter evacuation to Brisbane

Trauma Centre (45 minutes)

(? Brief land based transfer)

Aust. Safari -Helicopter evacuation to nearest hospital (up to 1 hour) then RFDS to Perth Trauma Centre

All these at no cost to the Patient


D efinitive care1

DEFINITIVE CARE

AGP-Alfred Hospital Trauma Centre (Tertiary)

Rally Aust. -Royal Brisbane Hospital (Tertiary)

Aust. Safari -Royal Perth Hospital (Tertiary) after transport delays

Payment may be by insurance or reciprocal international hospital agreement. May require cash payment


R epatriation and r ehabilitation

REPATRIATION (and Rehabilitation)

AGP-Depends on injury.

Rehabilitation Unit attached to Alfred

Escorted International Repatriation is expensive. ? Insurance

Rally Aust. -Depends on injury.

Rehabilitation Unit attached to RBH

Escorted International Repatriation is expensive. ? Insurance

Aust. Safari -Depends on injury.

Rehabilitation Unit attached to RPH

Escorted International Repatriation is expensive. ? Insurance


Use of drive dr

USE OF DRIVE.DR

Introductory courses to Medical Personnel with no Motor Sport experience (i.e. Korean F1 GP)

Used to assist Event Organisers understand the requirements for emergency intervention in motor sports

Has been used in analysis of a mine disaster


Drive dr1

DRIVE.DR

Useful Educational tool

OR

Just another Acronym

THANK YOU


Dr rik hagen cmo rally australia

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