In order to visit the pool, you need to obtain a special medical certificate of form No. 1. Its registration involves the passage of an examination by some doctors and the delivery of a number of tests.
Water sports are suitable for those who want to improve their health or keep fit.
It would seem, how can they be dangerous?
Firstly, there is a risk of contamination in the pool if one of the visitors involved in it is sick. Secondly, by neglecting regular examinations, you can unwittingly become a source of infections yourself. For this reason, it is necessary to undergo a medical examination and obtain a medical report on the state of health.
It should be noted right away that a certificate to the pool is not only a confirmation that the client is not a carrier of infections. It testifies to the absence of contraindications for practicing water sports.
Diseases that are contraindications for practicing in the pool
There is a list of diseases that should not be practiced in the pool: otitis media (ear inflammation), conjunctivitis and rhinitis (inflammation of the mucous membrane of the eyes and nose); ischemic heart disease (impaired blood supply to the myocardium), chronic and acute heart failure; venereal diseases; diseases of the genitourinary system, gynecological diseases in women; arterial hypertension; tuberculosis; helminthiasis; skin infections.
Also, women cannot visit the pool in late pregnancy (last trimester). The reason for the refusal to issue the necessary medical certificate may be the presence of any chronic disease.
Medical examination procedure for obtaining help
So, first you need to visit a therapist, without his signature, the issued medical certificate will be considered invalid. A dermatologist and venereologist will examine you further. For women, an examination by a gynecologist is required. After being examined by the named specialists, you should pass a general blood test and RW-analysis, a test for HIV infection, an analysis for the presence of helminth eggs, and also make a fluorography.
For both children and adults, the medical certificate is filled out in the same way. It contains test marks, all specialist stamps, standard sick leave stamps, and a clinic or medical center stamp. The validity period of the issued certificate: three, six months, or maximum - a year. To receive a new confirmation, it is necessary to repeat the examination procedure. It is important to know that issuing a certificate for the pool is a paid service in medical institutions of any type.