5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What is a repetitive strain injury?
- • Fracture is a _
- What are the effects of a mild sprain?
- What are other manifestations of dislocation?
- • Bursitis results from _
- a _disruption or break in the continuity of the bone structure.
- b Self limiting, with full functioning returning within 3 - 6 weeks.
- c Local pain, tenderness, loss of function of injured part, and swelling of soft tissues in joint region.
- d _repeated or excessive trauma or friction, rheumatoid arthritis, or infection.
- e RSI - cumulative traumatic disorder resulting from repetitive movements, awkward postures or sustained force.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Injury to ligamentous structures surrounding a joint, usually caused by wrenching or twisting motion.
- Signs are weakness, especially in thumb, burning pain, tingling, numbness, and a positive Phalen's test.
- Surgical repair of a muscle and surrounding fascia or tendons.
- _fracture of the distal radius. Manifestations are pain, swelling, and obvious deformity of the wrist.
5 True/False Questions
How are strains and sprains classified? → First, second or third degree depending on the amount of damage.
How do you prevent CTS? → Prevention involves educating employees and employers to identify risk factors.
What is the point of RICE? → Decrease inflammation and pain for most soft tissue injuries.
How is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome caused? → Pressure from trauma or edema caused by inflammation of tendon (tenosynovitis), rheumatoid arthritis or soft tissue masses.
• Rest is often the only treatment needed _ → _immediate localized pain, decreased function, and inability to bear weight or use affected part. Obvious bone deformity may be present.