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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The world exploded literally and figuratively, and the Boston Marathon experience will never be the same for the thousands of volunteers that year working security, medical tents, guiding runners or handing out water -- the many jobs needed to keep the huge event running smoothly.
He manned medical tents that were part of the group's encampments in the Park Blocks and Washington-Jefferson Street Park.
When I got to the medical tent I saw other soldiers being treated who were worse than me," McBride said.
Someone supported me either side as I walked to the taxi, but I never made it and got stretchered back to the medical tent again.
They have a small medical tent with trained doctors capable of triaging and stabilizing patients.
The Ryder Cup star's fitness was important on a day in which his caddie, Mark Bell, finished in the medical tent receiving treatment for suspected dehydration.
Westwood had to change caddies on the 14th when Mark Bell, who also doubles as his manager and was only himself filling in, collapsed in the sweltering conditions and was taken to the medical tent and put on a drip.
Twenty minutes later, after the Members have returned to the medical tent, the riders line up for the Confined.
Meanwhile, Gorbajir, 32, entered the medical tent telling doctors there were times when she and her five children had only tea as nourishment during their journey to Pakistan.
He tells me that for a couple of days the medical tent was seeing 80 or 90 drug-related cases a day.
Their vision was to add a physical therapist in every medical tent along the 140.
5) If symptoms do not improve call a doctor or 999/112 or go to the medical tent if at a festival.
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