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5 Matching Questions

  1. circadian dysrhthmia
  2. hyperthermia
  3. chilblains
  4. liability
  5. evaporative heat loss
  1. a state of legal responsiblity for the harm on person causes another
  2. b cond where the body has abnormally high temp
  3. c process by which sweat glands in the skin allow water to be transported to the surface, where it then evaportes, taking large quantities of heat w/ it
  4. d physiological stress caused by jet travel when flying east or west at high speeds that alters the athlete's biological and biophysical time clock
  5. e results from prolonged and constant exposure to cold for many hours and produces skin redness, swelling, tingling, and pain in the toes and fingers

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. process by which body heat can either be lost or gained depending on the temp of the circulation medium
  2. the universial wet bulb globe temp incorprorates readings from several diff thermometers to measure heat and humidity
  3. physical contact w/ othe robjects that results in eithe rheat loss or heat gain
  4. a form of reimbursement where the member of managed care pays a standard fee on a monthly basis regardless of the cost of services rendered
  5. legal wrong committed against a person by another person

5 True/False Questions

  1. ad libitumto the amount desired

          

  2. acclimatizationa form of reimbursement where the member of managed care pays a standard fee on a monthly basis regardless of the cost of services rendered

          

  3. HMOhealth maintenance org

          

  4. hypothermiacond where the body has abnormally low temp

          

  5. PPOa form of medical insurance that provides discounted health care, but limits where the ind can go for treatment

          

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