The Physician's Guide
Physicians can refer to the TUE Physician Guidelines, provided by the World Anti-Doping Organization as a reference for diagnosis and treatment of athletes’ illnesses and assistance in applying for TUE.
The following checklist guides physicians and athletes to check the information that should be attached to the TUE application, so that the TUE review members of each drug control unit (Chinese Taipei Anti-Doping Agency, International Sports Association, International Comprehensive Competition) can evaluate whether the application is It is recognized as conforming to TUE international standards.
Prohibited substances: Methylphenidate and amphetamine derivatives
Prohibited substances: Gluco- and mineralocorticoids
Prohibited substances/methods: Capacity> 100 ml every 12 hours
Prohibited substances: Testosterone、Human chorionic gonadotropin
Prohibited substances: Systemic glucocorticoid and Narcotics
Prohibited substances: Systemic glucocorticoids、EPO、Diuretics、Beta-blockers、Hypoxia-inducible factor, HIF、Proyl-hydroxylase inhibitors
Prohibited substances:Pseudoephedrine and Glucocorticoids
Last Update Date: 2021/3/17