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California State University, Northridge KINESIOLOG KIN 337 chapter 8 1)When assessing a potentially unconscious athlete, what is the first action that must be taken? 2

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California State University, Northridge

KINESIOLOG KIN 337

chapter 8

1)When assessing a potentially unconscious athlete, what is the first action that must be taken?

2. Initial management of musculoskeletal injuries should include PRICE. What does PRICE stand for?

3. It is always advisable to remove an athlete's helmet in case an airway problem develops.

4. The primary survey refers to the inspection and evaluation given after the ABC's have been assessed.

5. When ambulating with a single crutch or cane, the assistive device should be used on which side of the body?

6. If an athlete is prone, not breathing, and you suspect a spinal cord injury, log roll the athlete onto the back and perform rescue breathing

7. Shock occurs when there is a diminished amount of blood available to the circulatory system

8. In an effort to accurately assess the extent of a musculoskeletal injury, what is the first step that should be taken?

 

9. What is the normal pulse and respiratory rate for an adult at rest?

60-80 beats/min, 12 breaths/min Which one of these is NOT a symptom of shock?

  1. Athletes pulse rate is very slow
  2. Athlete may appear sluggish or exceptionally drowsy
  3. Respirations are shallow and rapid
  4. Skin is ashen and clammy

10. What does the "S" represent in the off-field evaluation scheme "HOPS"?

11. Which one of the following would be an incorrect theory of cold application?

Increases the amount oxygen delivered to injured tissue All of the following would be part of the secondary survey except:

    1. Determining the manner of transportation to remove the athlete from the field/court

 

    1. A visual inspection to look for obvious deformities
    2. A brief history to figure out what happened
    3. Conducting special tests to make a clinical diagnosis

12. A venous hemorrhage is characterized by a rapid flow of blood escaping in rhythmic spurts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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