Muscles and Bones
Injury Management
Back Care Basics
Technical Foundations
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How many bones are in the adult human body? 

206

100

What does RICE stand for? 

Rest, ice, compression, elevation

100

True or false? Bad lifting techniques can cause a back injury

True

100

True or false? Tape should be stored in a cool, dry place. 

True

100

True or false? Your elbow is more proximal to your shoulder than your wrist is

True

200

What is a strain? 

An injury that occurs when muscle fibers are stretched or torn. They vary in severity and are classified by first degree, second degree, and third degree.

200

What are the primary and secondary surveys and what do their acronyms stand for? 

Primary: ABC - airway, breathing, circulation 

Secondary: SAMPLE - signs and symptoms, allergies, medications, past medical history, last meal, events leading up to the injury. 

200

How many cervical, thoracic, and lumbar vertebrae are there? 

7 cervical, 12 thoracic, and 5 lumbar. 

200

What are 3 things taping is used for? 

Acute injury management, injury prevention, return to activity. 

200

What is a contusion? 

A bruise 

300

What are the 3 types of muscles? 

Skeletal, smooth, cardiac 

300

What are the 3 stages of hyperthermia? 

Heat cramps, heat exhaustion, heat stroke. 

300

What is it called when a disc begins to leak its cushioning fluid? 

A herniated disc.

300

True or false? You can tape directly after applying ice. 

False

300

What are 3 types of injuries? 

Acute, chronic, recurrent

400

There are 80 bones in the axial skeleton. How many are in the head, thorax, and vertebral column?

29 in the head, 25 in the thorax, 26 in the vertebral column. 

400

When dealing with diabetic coma or insulin shock what is one thing you should never do? 

Give the athlete insulin. 

400

What is axial loading? 

Occurs when the athlete lowers their head into slight flexion which straightens their spine and then a load in placed on top of their head. 

400

Can supporting muscles around an injury weaken after recurrent tape use? 

Yes

400

When dealing with head injuries, what is a hemorrhage? 

Bleeding around or within the brain

500

What are the 5 characteristic of muscle tissue? 

Adaptability, excitability, contractility, extensibility, elasticity. 

500

When would you assist a patient with nitroglycerin?

If they are a known heart patient who has been prescribed nitroglycerin and are suffering from angina or a heart attack. 

500

What are neural foramina? 

the openings of the sides of the spinal canal where the nerve roots exit. 

500

Why do pre-pubertal athletes not need tape for support? 

Their bodies heal faster because their bodies are more pliable 

500

What are the three things protective equipment does? 

deflect the blow, absorb the force, dissipate the force

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