The IOC consensus statement: beyond the Female Athlete Triad Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S)

Protecting the health of the athlete is a goal of the International Olympic Committee (IOC). The IOC convened an expert panel to update the 2005 IOC Consensus Statement on the Female Athlete Triad. This Consensus Statement replaces the previous and provides guidelines to guide risk...

Authors’ 2015 additions to the IOC consensus statement: Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S)

In April 2014, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) published a Consensus Statement in this journal entitled “Beyond the Female Athlete Triad: Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S)”.1 In reference to that Consensus Statement, Professor Mary Jane De Souza and colleagues published an editorial ( July 2014).

Female Athlete Triad or Relative Energy Deficiency in Sports (RED-S): Is There a Difference?

THE FEMALE ATHLETE TRIAD was officially described in 1997, by the Task Force on Women’s Issues of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), as a syndrome often observed in physically active girls and women with three distinct medical disorders: disordered eating, amenorrhea, and osteoporosis.

Misunderstanding the Female Athlete Triad: Refuting the IOC Consensus Statement on Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S)

An IOC consensus group has recently introduced a new umbrella term, that is, ‘Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport’ (RED-S) to describe the physiological and pathophysiological effects of energy deficiency in male and female athletes.

RED-S CAT™ Relative Energy Defi ciency in Sport (RED-S) Clinical Assessment Tool (CAT)

the ReD-S cat is a clinical assessment tool for the evaluation of athletes / active individuals suspected of having relative energy defi ciency and for guiding return to play decisions. the ReD-S cat is designed for use by a medical professional in the clinical evaluation and management of athletes...