Medical Aid System
Medical Aid Stations
There are a total of 15 medical aid stations, 2 at the starting area, 10 along the course, and 3 at the finish area, where doctors and nurses are standing by with AEDs (automated external defibrillators) prepared. Each medical aid station has heaters, water servers, and other supplies; and the finish area has a tent equipped with a jet heater. In this way, we at the Kyoto Marathon are taking all possible measures to ensure medical aid for runners.
Medical Aid Supporters
Nurses, emergency medical technicians, and medical students will stand by along the course and at the finish line in order to ensure the safety of runners and provide any emergency aid if necessary.
Medical Aid Supporters on Wheels
Pairs of nurses and emergency medical technicians will bike along the course carrying AEDs. If there is an emergency, they will rush to the site to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation and first aid.
Medical Aid Supporters on Standby
Pairs of medical students will be on standby along the course carrying AEDs in order to ensure the safety of runners.
Medical Aid Supporters at the Finish Line
Medical students will ensure the safety of runners at the finish area, speak to any who do not look well, and escort them to the medical aid station by wheelchair.
AED (Automated External Defibrillator)
In addition to an AED installed at each medical aid station, there are medical aid supporters, Kyoto City Fire Department personnel, and other staff members who are each equiped with an AED. (A total of 124 AED units are available.)
*AEDs are provided by OMRON HEALTHCARE Co., Ltd