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5 Multiple choice questions

  1. characterized by narrowing of the major arteries that are responsible for supplying blood to the lower extremity.
  2. condition where the ability to expand the lungs is decreased
  3. blood pressure of 140/90 or greater
  4. Impairs normal glucose management . Blood sugar is not optimally delivered to the cells resulting in hyperglycemia ( high levels of blood sugar ) . To control this , Type I diabetics must inject insulin to compensate for what they cannot produce
  5. degeneration of cartilage in joints

5 True/False questions

  1. Rheumatoid arthritisdegenerative joint disease in which the body's immune system mistakenly attacks its own tissues

          

  2. Type II DiabetesImpairs normal glucose management . Blood sugar is not optimally delivered to the cells resulting in hyperglycemia ( high levels of blood sugar ) . To control this , Type I diabetics must inject insulin to compensate for what they cannot produce

          

  3. List 5 contraindications for self-myofascial release as it relates to special populations1) Hypertensive ,2) Osteoporosis , 3) Pregnant , 4) Varicose Veins , 5) Intermittent claudication

          

  4. Obesitymetabolic disorder in which the body's ability to produce insulin or to utilize glucose is altered

          

  5. Osteoporosisthe precursor to osteoporosis and is indicated by lowered bone mass

          

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