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2020 U Sports Champs

July 9 - Tip by Blaise Dubois
Tip by: Blaise Dubois

Heat stroke - During a long run, mainly in hot and humid weather, measure your effort! A heat stroke is characterized by a change of state (confusion, convulsion, stupor, coma) and a body temperature of more than 41°C. The emergency treatment is simple. You must quickly lower your temperature to less than 38°C (take a 3- to 6-minute ice bath or go into the shade) and start the hydration process.

Blaise Dubois

Blaise Dubois
Sport Physiotherapy
Québec City, Québec

The Running Clinic

Blaise Dubois has become an international leader in preventing running injuries. He also acts as a consultant for the Canadian national track and field team, with which he has already participated in many international events.

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