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1. Introdução 2. Definições 3. Notificação dos atletas 4. Preparação para a sessão de colheita da amostra 5. Condução da sessão de colheita da amostra 6. Segurança após a administração do teste 7. Transporte das amostras e documentação 8. Propriedade das amostras. Assim como vários anexos: Anexo A – Investigação de possível falha na cooperação Anexo B – Alterações para atletas com deficiência Anexo C – Alterações para atletas menores Anexo D – Colheita das amostras de urina Anexo E – Colheita das amostras de sangue Anexo F – Volume de urina da amostra insuficiente Anexo G – Amostras de urina que não cumpram os requisitos em relação à gravidade específica Anexo H – Exigências para o pessoal de colheita das amostras. APPENDICES A1| DOPING CONTROL STEP-BY-STEP POSTER Doping Control Step-by-Step Guide 1 Attention: you can be selected for doping control anytime and anywhere in the world, between the opening and the closing of the athletes’ village. Update your whereabouts or make sure your Chef de Mission has your name on the rooming list. Bibliografa consultada de 2-5/09/2016 5 • https://www.rio2016.com/en • https://www.comiteparalimpicoportugal. pt/default.aspx • https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philip_Craven • https://www.rio2016.com/transparencia/ sites/default/files/spu_fev2016_doping_ control_guide_10062016_final_0.pdf • https://www.rio2016.com/ transparencia/sites/default/files/spo_ technicalprocedures_for_dopingcontrol_ olympic_paralympic_final_20062016_0.pdf • https://www.paralympic.org/news/ipcsuspends-russian-paralympic-committeeimmediate-effect • https://www.paralympic.org/sites/default/ files/document/150915170806821_2015_09_ 15%2BExplanatory%2Bguide%2BClassificat ion_summer%2BFINAL%2B_5.pdf • http://www.multibriefs.com/briefs/acsm/ active083016.htm • http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/ pubmed/23537560 • http://www.revdesportiva.pt/files/PDFs_ site_2015/6_nov/12-14_T1_Boosting_locked. pdf • https://www.paralympic.org/sites/default/ files/document/150915170806821_2015_09_ 15%2BExplanatory%2Bguide%2BClassificat ion_summer%2BFINAL%2B_5.pdf Athlete selection Selecting a sample collection vessel You will choose a sample collection vessel. Make sure the bag is sealed and the vessel doesn’t have any cracks. 9 Measuring specific gravity The DCO will measure the specific gravity of your urine sample to make sure it meets lab requirements. If your sample does not meet laboratory requirements, an additional sample may be collected. 2 3 Notification Keep your accreditation with you so your identity can be checked. If you are selected, the chaperone will notify you and explain your rights and responsibilities. You will sign the athlete notification field on the form. 6 Providing the urine sample 10 The chaperone will stay close to you at all times. You will need to go to the doping control station as soon as possible. In some cases, such as media commitments, seeking medical attention or attending a medal ceremony, you may delay your arrival at the doping control station. 7 It is time! You will be accompanied to the toilet by a DCO of the same gender, who will give you instructions in order to clearly see you passing the sample. You will need at least 90mL of urine. You may be asked to provide a blood sample. You will choose a blood kit and then the blood collection officer will collect the sample. The DCO will also provide instructions. Selecting a kit You will select a kit that will protect your sample on the way to the lab. Always check if the number on the box and the one on bottles A and B is the same. That is the number that will be written on the doping control form. 11 Blood sample Reporting to the doping control station Completing the doping control form After every sample collection session, the DCO will complete the doping control form. You will be asked to declare any medications or supplements taken in the last seven days. Confirm all your data and the number of the kit. 4 At the doping control station At the doping control station you will stay in the waiting room, under supervision of the chaperone, until you are ready to provide your sample. If you have any questions, you may ask the doping control officer (DCO). 8 Dividing and sealing your sample Once you choose your kit, the DCO will instruct you on pouring the urine into bottles A and B. You will tighten the lids and confirm that the bottles are sealed. 12 Finishing up Sign where indicated and get the athlete’s copy before you go. Your sample will be sent to a WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency)-accredited laboratory by secure courier. RIO 2016 | DOPING CONTROL GUIDE | February 2016 | Rio de Janeiro Revista de Medicina Desportiva informa Novembro 2016 · 25