Adverse Environmental Conditions
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Immediate and Emergency Care
100

What does frostnip affect?

Frostnip affects the ears, nose, cheeks, chins, fingers, and toes. 

100

How much water does the average adult require a day?

The average adult requires 2.5L of water a day.

100

What does AROM stand for?

Bonus: What does it mean?

Active Range of Motion: the portion of the total range of motion through which a joint can be moved by an active muscle contraction.


100

How long does it take for a fracture of the long bone take to heal. 

It takes about 6 weeks.

100

What is emergency preparedness?

It means to be properly equipped and trained for any medical crisis or disaster.

200

What are two ways to prevent hyperthermia?

1. Unrestricted fluid replacement

2. Gradual Acclimatization 

3.  Identification of susceptible individuals

4. Routine record keeping

5. Lightweight uniforms 

200

What can a lack of calcium cause in your bones.

Osteoporosis

200

What may limit a person's ROM?

Normal bone structure, fat, and skin or scar tissue may limit the ability to move through a full ROM.

200

What is a dislocation?

A dislocation occurs when at least one bone in a joint is forced completely out of its normal and proper alignment. 

200

What is a medical emergency? 

A medical illness or traumatic injury that has the potential to be life-threatening or can progress to a life-threatening event in the absence of treatment.

300

What is an exertional heat cramp?

An extremely painful muscle spasms that occur most commonly in the calf and abdomen, although any muscle can be involved.

300

How do most "low-carb" replace carbohydrates?

Most “low-carb” diets replace carbohydrates with a high-fat and moderate protein diet.

300

What's the purpose of a good warm-up?

The function of the warm-up is to prepare the body physiologically for upcoming physical work bout, gradually stimulating the cardiorespiratory system to a moderate degree.

300

What occurs during a grade 2 sprain?

There is some tearing and separation of the ligament fibers, with moderate instability of the joint, moderate to severe pain, and joint stiffness.

300

Why do we use emergency medical cards?

To have an athlete's medical information and emergency contact information in the event of a serious injury.

400

What is the most common malignant tumor found in humans?

Skin cancer

400

What three processes cause calories to be expended? 

1. basal metabolism

2. work

3. exertion

400

What is the SAID principle?

The SAID principle states that when the body is subjected to stresses and overloads of varying intensities, it will gradually adapt over time to overcome whatever demands placed it, thus minimizing the potential for injury.

400

What are three types of fractures and how do they occur?

Spiral fractures are caused by twisting.

Oblique fractures are caused by the combined forces of axial compression, bending and torsion.

Transverse fractures occur because of bending.

400

What is the purpose of an emergency preparedness plan?

To outline the steps to be taken in the event of a medical crisis or disaster.

500

When you warm up tissue from frostbite, what happens?

The tissue become blotchy, red, swollen, and extremely painful.

500
What are two signs of anorexia athletica? 

Disturbances of body image

Gastrointestinal complaints

Menstrual dysfunction

Excessive fear of becoming obese

Binging

Compulsive eating and/or restrictions of caloric intake

500

How is periodization organized?

It is organized into cycles where the complete period is divided into pre-season, in-season, and off-season training.

500

What is neuritis? 

Neuritis is a chronic nerve pain problem that is caused by a variety of forces that usually have been repeated or continued for a long time with symptoms that range from minor nerve problems to paralysis.

500

Name three things that you should say to EMS when you call 9-1-1. 

Name, Address and Phone Number

Number of athletes injured

Condition of the injured athlete(s)

Care and treatment being provided at the scene by the athletic training staff

Accurate directions to the scene

Any other information requested by dispatcher

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