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Hay Fever Policy (Glucocorticoid Injections)

Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) Committee Policy on Glucocorticoid Injections for Hay Fever Methylprednisolone (Depo-Medrone) and Triamcinolone (Kenalog*) administered by intramuscular injection as treatment for hay fever are prohibited in sport and therefore their use requires the athlete and their physician to strictly adhere to the TUE Policy. The TUE Policy is available at www.sportireland.ie/Anti-Doping/Athlete-Zone/Therapeutic-Use-Exemptions-/ Athletes included in their International Federation ...

World Anti-Doping Agency Announces Changes to its Prohibited List for 2018

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has issued a new Prohibited List of Substances and Methods which will come into effect from 1 January 2018. The WADA List Expert Group reviews the List annually and considers submissions from stakeholders, advancements in science and medical research, information on doping practices etc. A substance or method is added to the List if it ...

Anti-doping: 2018 Guide for Prescribers

The World Anti-Doping Code, published by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), harmonises anti-doping regulations across all sports and in all countries. The Prohibited List of Substances and Methods is one of the International Standards that are mandatory for all signatories of the Code. The List is a list of substances and methods which are prohibited in sport. Some of these ...

Hay Fever Policy (Glucocorticoid Injections)

Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) Committee Policy on Glucocorticoid Injections for Hay Fever Depo-Medrone (Methylprednisolone) and Kenalog* (Triamcinolone) administered by intra-muscular injection as treatment for hay fever are prohibited in sport and therefore their use requires the athlete and their physician to strictly adhere to the TUE Policy. The TUE Policy is available at www.sportireland.ie/Anti-Doping/Athlete-Zone/Therapeutic-Use-Exemptions-/ Athletes included in their International Federation ...

Anti-Doping: 2017 Guide for Prescribers

The World Anti-Doping Code, published by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), harmonises anti-doping regulations across all sports and in all countries. The Prohibited List of Substances and Methods is one of the International Standards that are mandatory for all signatories of the Code. The List is a list of substances and methods which are prohibited in sport. Some of these ...

Hay Fever Policy (Glucocorticoid Injections)

Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) Committee Policy on Glucocorticoid Injections for Hay Fever Depo-Medrone (Methylprednisolone) and Kenalog* (Triamcinolone) administered by intra-muscular injection as treatment for hay fever are prohibited in sport and therefore their use requires the athlete and their physician to strictly adhere to the TUE Policy. The TUE Policy is available at www.irishsportscouncil.ie/Anti-Doping/Athlete-Zone/Therapeutic-Use-Exemptions-/ Athletes included in their International Federation ...

Changes to the WADA Prohibited List 2015

The 2015 Prohibited List of substances and methods prohibited for use in sport has recently been published by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and will be effective from 1 January 2015.  WADA’s List Expert Group annually reviews the List taking into consideration submissions from stakeholders, advancements in science, doping practice etc. In accordance with principles set down in the WADA ...

Anti-doping: 2014 Guide for Prescribers

The World Anti-Doping Code, published by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), harmonises anti-doping regulations across all sports and in all countries. This Code includes a list of substances and methods which are prohibited in sport. Some of these substances are contained in medicinal products marketed in Ireland. However, in recognition of the fact that some prohibited substances may be necessary ...

Changes to the WADA Prohibited List 2014

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has published the 2014 List of substances and methods prohibited for use in sport. See MIMS Ireland  Summary of the WADA 2014 List. Changes to the Prohibited List are as a result of ongoing reviews by the WADA List Expert Group who review the list annually, taking into consideration submissions from stakeholders, advancements in science, ...