Blood doping at the Olympic Games

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Title translated into German:Blutdoping bei Olympischen Spielen
Author:Fitch, Kenneth D.
Published in:The Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness
Published:57 (2017), 11, S. 1526-1532, Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Electronic resource (online) Print resource
Language:English
ISSN:0022-4707, 1827-1928
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Identification number:PU201908005853
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title Blood doping at the Olympic Games
spellingShingle Blood doping at the Olympic Games
Blutdoping
Datenanalyse
Doping
Dopinganalyse
Dopingbekämpfung
Dopingnachweis
Erythropoetin
Forschung, empirische
Hämatologie
Infusion
Olympische Spiele
Sportmedizin
title_sort blood doping at the olympic games
title_short Blood doping at the Olympic Games
title_alt Blutdoping bei Olympischen Spielen
title_alt_lang deu
media_type Elektronische Ressource (online)
Gedruckte Ressource
city Turin
spelling Torino
Torino
Torino
Torino
Torino
Torino
Fitch, Kenneth D.
10.23736/S0022-4707.17.06948-1
0022-4707
1827-1928
JMPFA
410823-1
Blutdoping
Datenanalyse
Doping
Dopinganalyse
Dopingbekämpfung
Dopingnachweis
Erythropoetin
Forschung, empirische
Hämatologie
Infusion
Olympische Spiele
Sportmedizin
blood doping
data analysis
doping
doping analysis
doping detection
empirical research
erythropoietin
fight against doping
hematology
infusion
Olympic Games
sports medicine
Eigenblutinfusion
Eigenblutreinfusion
Dopingmittel
Dopinganalyse
Olympiabewerbung
Olympiaboykott
Reiterspiele, olympische
Dopinganalytik
Medizin
Geschichte der Medizin
Untersuchung, sportmedizinische
Wasserdampf
EPO
Aufbereitung, statistische
Datenverarbeitung
autologous blood
Blood doping at the Olympic Games
PU201908005853
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abstract INTRODUCTION: The objective of this paper was to review our knowledge of athletes who have, are believed to have or have attempted to engage in blood doping to enhance their performance at an Olympic Games. EVIDENCE ACQUISITION: The paper focused on the Games from Munich 1972 to London 2012 and the author had a medical role at each of the Olympics that is discussed. EVIDENCE SYNTHESIS: The study revealed that Olympic athletes have benefitted from manipulating their blood by re-infusion of autologous or infusion of homologous blood and by administering erythropoiesis stimulating agents, notably the three generations of erythropoietins. Fifty seven athletes have been sanctioned with 12 athletes forfeiting 17 Olympic medals including 12 gold medals because of blood doping. Until 1986, the infusion of blood was not prohibited in sport but considered unethical. Erythropoietin was prohibited by the International Olympic Committee’s Medical Commission in 1990. CONCLUSIONS: There has been a change as to how Olympic athletes have enhanced performance by blood doping, commencing with blood infusion and later administering erythropoiesis stimulating agents and significant advances have occurred in detecting such misuse. Currently, the hematological component of World Anti-Doping Agency’s athlete biological passport is an important but not infallible mechanism to identify athletes who cheat by blood doping.
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doi 10.23736/S0022-4707.17.06948-1
url https://www.minervamedica.it/en/journals/sports-med-physical-fitness/article.php?cod=R40Y2017N11A1526
https://dx.doi.org/10.23736/S0022-4707.17.06948-1
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topic Blutdoping
Datenanalyse
Doping
Dopinganalyse
Dopingbekämpfung
Dopingnachweis
Erythropoetin
Forschung, empirische
Hämatologie
Infusion
Olympische Spiele
Sportmedizin
topic_facet Blutdoping
Datenanalyse
Doping
Dopinganalyse
Dopingbekämpfung
Dopingnachweis
Erythropoetin
Forschung, empirische
Hämatologie
Infusion
Olympische Spiele
Sportmedizin
topic_en blood doping
data analysis
doping
doping analysis
doping detection
empirical research
erythropoietin
fight against doping
hematology
infusion
Olympic Games
sports medicine
topic_en_facet blood doping
data analysis
doping
doping analysis
doping detection
empirical research
erythropoietin
fight against doping
hematology
infusion
Olympic Games
sports medicine
synonym Eigenblutinfusion
Eigenblutreinfusion
Dopingmittel
Dopinganalyse
Olympiabewerbung
Olympiaboykott
Reiterspiele, olympische
Dopinganalytik
Medizin
Geschichte der Medizin
Untersuchung, sportmedizinische
Wasserdampf
EPO
Aufbereitung, statistische
Datenverarbeitung
synonym_en autologous blood
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