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What is the correct delivery device for rescue oxygen delivery in a breathing patient?
Evidence of reckless disregard of human life or of the safety of persons exposed to this action's dangerous effects or that the entire want of care would raise the presumption of a conscious indifference to the rights of others which is the equivalent to an intentional violation of it - is the definition of _____________?
An obligation that the law will give recognition to perform to a standard of care toward another person is called ?
______________ is a strategy used in a population to detect a disease in individuals without signs or symptoms of that disease.
A process by which relevant information on a given medical procedure is given to patients/athletes followed by an affirmative decision by the patient to undergo a particular procedure or treatment is called
Intake of this vitamin may lead to false positives on urine analysis for glucose.
It is established that during intense training and immediately following competitions, there is evidence of immune suppression in athletes that could predispose them to infective disease.
The principle rationale for including ophthalmological assessment in the PPE is that ophthalmic conditions, particularly reduced visual acuity.
In the asymptomatic athlete with no history of previous injury, there is limited evidence to prescribe orthopedic specific tests - even using more advanced functional tests - to identify athletes at risk.
The rationale for including an assessment of the urological system in the PPE is based on strong evidence.
There is no longer any doubt that regular physical activity reduces the risk of premature mortality in general, and of coronary heart disease, hypertension, colon cancer, obesity, and diabetes mellitus in particular.
The PPE can serve many purposes. It includes a comprehensive assessment of the athlete's current health status and risk of future injury or disease and, typically, is the entry point for medical care of the athlete.
A chiropractor working a sideline may be held to the same standard of care as that of a medical doctor.
Pulse oximetry should be used as an added tool for victim care, as it is possible for victims to show a normal reading but have difficulty breathing or to have a low reading but appear to be breathing normally.
An athlete using oral contraceptives should consider increasing their B6 intake.
Because of their larger ratio of surface area to body mass, children are more prone than adults to heat loss in cold climates.
People older than 65 constitute one of the fastest-growing population segments.
The pulse oximeter reading never should be used to withhold oxygen from a victim who appears to be in respiratory distress or when it is the standard of care to apply oxygen despite good pulse oximetry readings, such as in a victim with chest pain.
Which of the following represents the best method of delivering highest flow oxygen to a victim who is having difficulty breathing or is not breathing?
Which of the following are (is) used to evaluate and grade concussions?
LOC, PTA, confusion
Which of the following is NOT a component required for negligence?
Breech of the duty
An injury occurred
Injury was secondary to doctors actions
All of the above are components of negligence
Which of the following is correct regarding "standard of care"?
Different levels within one profession
While working at a semi-professional football game one of the adult players becomes injured. You assess them and recommend that they be transported to a hospital. They refuse treatment even after you have told them why they really need additional care. The athlete then becomes aggressive toward you. Which of the following is the best and most correct action for you to take?
Protect yourself and call an ambulance
Which of the following can be considered when evaluating a situation to identify if you are a "Good Samaritan"?
Good faith, standards of care, site of rescue, gratuitous conduct
What is the primary fuel or energy source for most sports?
How much carbohydrate is recommended to maintain adequate muscle glycogen stores during training?
6 - 10 grams CHO / kg of body wt
The protein requirements of athletes:
range from 1.2 - 1.7 g/kg body weight
The following guideline is correct regarding hydration and heavy exercise.
drink 4-8 oz every 15 minutes
Which of the following proteins has an amino acid profile most similar to the bodies needs?
Which of the following best explains the requirements for increased protein intake by athletes?
Increased need for tissue repair
The effectiveness of active warm-up to decrease stiffness appears to be related to the:
Type of warm-up exercise, muscle tested, order of warm up
When using aqueous ultrasound the wattage should be:
increased 0.5 watts
Low voltage electrical stimulation is best used to assist the treatment of:
Pain, muscle spasm
When using interferential the treatment time should be at least:
10 minutes is the minimum
Which of the following is a heating and mechanical method of treatment?
Which of the following modalities uses the "gate control" theory of pain reduction?
Which of the following uses an endogenous approach?
The major claim for this modality is that there is little cutaneous stimulation, and the treatment is more comfortable.
Daily exposure to heat while training will lead to acclimation to exercise in the heat. How many days are necessary?
Frostbite is first seen as:
White spots, usually seen on the ears, nose, and cheeks
Temperature is regulated by the :
Which of the following is not a sign/symptom of exertional heat stroke?
One of the hallmark signs of heat stroke is increased core body temperature. At what temperature is the diagnosis of heat stroke made?
Which of the following represents the best selection to identify the iron intake for a 17 y/o male athlete?
According to the IOC, The rationale for including an assessment of the pulmonary system in a PPE is to identify which of the following findings?
Select from the following the best answer that identifies the presentation of the coarctation of the aorta during a PPE
Asymmetrical UE/LE pulses
Which of the following had the greatest influence on an athlete's dietary carbohydrate requirement?
Duration and frequency of exercise
There are two medical conditions identified by the IOC as being unique to the female athlete that may have long-term consequences that can be avoided through early detection and treatment. What are these two factors?
Low energy availability, low bone density
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