medical tent


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medical tent

A portable clinic erected to provide supportive care in outdoor settings, such as war zones, outdoor concerts, or marathon races.
See also: tent
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After four hours into the marathon, I headed out to the two finish line medical tents and as expected, saw quite a few IV bags hanging next to beds.
With 9,000 more runners, they have added another medical tent.
I was in the medical tent at the end of each day, on day four I went in there and it was like a battleground, people lying around with injuries.
Occupy Eugene member Alley Valkyrie said the medical tent "is definitely open to" anyone who needs to see a doctor - even people who have health insurance.
While Jonny continued in pursuit of the Spaniard, Alistair struggled before eventually staggering across the line in tenth place before being rushed to the medical tent.
He reported the wounds to his commander and was told to report to the medical tent for treatment.
JO PAVEY has revealed her strange diet plans ahead of this morning's BUPA Great North Run in Newcastle - after ending up in the medical tent the last time she competed in the event.
In the medical tent, students saw a tray with American medical supplies such as Band-Aids, toothpaste, cold and cough syrup and sunscreen.
In these cases, one was declared dead in the medical tent at the race finish, while the other was certified dead later in a local private hospital.
I was being rolled on to a stretcher, into the back of a van and to the medical tent.
Our team worked a couple of shifts in the medical tent as well.
They have a small medical tent with trained doctors capable of triaging and stabilizing patients.
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