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KINE/HEED 2330 Sports Injury and Prevention Test 2
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Football helmets must be certified by which organization?
Custom made is easier to speak more clearly
What is the biggest difference between off the shelf mouth guards and custom made mouth guards?
The purpose of ear guards is to prevent what condition?
The front of shoulder pads should cover what bony structure?
End of the day
When is the best time to try on/fit new shoes?
Which environmental condition occurs in cold, windy and damp conditions?
The body's ability to warm itself through shivering, stops when the core temp reaches what range?
Which of the following cold illnesses affects the extremities, such as fingers and nose, and should be treated with firm pressure and no rubbing?
Which of the following is one of the most important ways to prevent cold illnesses?
Wet bulb temperature
Which of the following measures the level of humidity in the air?
An ice towel is an example of which way the body can gain or lose heat?
The body can no longer cool itself through sweat evaporation, when the level of humidity in the air reaches what percent?
Garbage bag jackets
Which of the following is NOT a way to prevent heat illness?
If an athlete has stopped sweating with a core temperature around 104 an has collapsed, what heat illness should be assumed?
Which of the following heat illness is caused by abnormally low sodium levels and may cause swelling of the hands or feet?
What is the time frame that you have to cool an athlete's core temperature back down to normal before death can occur from heat illness?
In the flash bang theory, if you reach a ____ second count, you should evacuate the area immediately.
Current care being provided, Name of the caller
Which of the following is information that should be given to the dispatcher when calling 911 and activation the EAP?
In the primary survey, the athletic trainer should be checking what?
They may have a life threatening condition
If an athlete is unconscious, what should the athletic trainer always assume?
What term is used to describe how to move an athlete from their stomach to their back?
Weak rapid pulse, Cold clammy skin
Which of the following are signs/symptoms of shock?
Cover with a blanket, elevate legs
How should you treat shock?
Xiphoid process and belly button
When performing the Heimlich maneuver, your hand/fist should be placed between what 2 anatomical positions?
1 joint above and below, and in the position found
When splinting a suspected fracture, one should always splint _______ and _______.
Of the following types of external bleeding, which is a medical emergency?
Blood borne pathogen
A ___________ is a microorganism that causes disease.
Which of the 3 common blood borne pathogens has a vaccine?
Which blood borne pathogen invades the healthy cells of your body and destroys your immune system?
A ________ is when a blunt force over a sharp bone or poorly padded bone, causes a jagged edged wound.
A _________ wound has the highest risk of infection, and may require a tetanus shot.
When cleaning a contaminated surface, _______ part bleach to ________parts water works just as well as expensive cleaning products.
Soap & water, saline: inside to outside
When cleaning an open wound, one can use ________ or _________, and should always clean from the _________ to _________.
Which of the following is NOT a sign of wound infection?
Of the following conditions, which one is caused by a virus?
Lesions on back of throat
Which of the following is a sign of strep throat?
Which medical condition affects the shape of the hemoglobin and results in less efficient oxygen transport?
Fruity breath is often a sign of what medical condition?
Which type of injury occurs suddenly, and usually with a traumatic event?
A displacement of bones through the skin and tissue, with a higher risk of infection is a _____ fracture.
Injury to the tissue that connects bone to bone is known as what?
The injury occurs about 24 hours after a workout and can last for 2-3 days.
Repeated contusions or trauma to the same area, that can cause bonelike formation within the muscle is called what?
The numbness or prickling sensation you may feel with a nerve injury, is know as what?
Inflammation of the fluid filled sac around a joint is known as what?
Rehab the injured area, and prevent deconditioning
What are the 2 main goals of a rehab program?
Control pain and swelling
The first component of a rehab program is to what?
Range of motion
What is the main priority of a rehab program?
Full range of motion
Before restoring muscular strength and endurance, what should the athlete have?
Which principle of rehab is determined by the athletes physiological responses to healing, along with their psychological behavior?
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