On-Field Acute Injury Management
Emergency Action
Shock and vitals signs
Documentation
Misc.
100

When injuries occur, this is what they require.  

What is Prompt care?

100

This is a factor in a emergency. 

What is Time?

100

The type of shock that decreases blood volume. 

What is Hypovolemic?

100

The acronym H.I.P.S stands for this.

What is History, Inspection, physical exam, and special test?

100

When the athlete is a minor, the ATC should try this. 

What is to obtain consent from parent prior to emergency treatment?

200

Mistakes in the initial injury can do this to the timetable for return.  

What is prolong?

200

The primary concern in emergency action. 

What is  maintaining cardiovascular and CNS function?  

200

The type of shock that makes the lungs unable to supply enough oxygen. 

What is Raspatory? 

200

The acronym H.O.P.S stands for this.

What is History,obsevation, physical exam, and special test?

200

This is one part of the on-field assessment. 

What is Determine nature of injury?

300

Keys to the gates/locks must be this. 

What is easily accessible? 

300

Members of a sports medicine team should act like this. 

What is reasonably and prudently. 

300

This type of shock causes general vessel dealation. 

What is Neurogenic?

300

The acronym S.O.A.P stands for this.

What is Subjective information, Objective information, Assessment, and Plan? 

300

This is one part of the on-field assessment.

What is provide information regarding direction of treatment?

400

Cooperation and professionalism is this. 

What is a must?

400

This kind is the kind of plan that can be implanted in any given moment. 

What is prearranged?

400

This type of shocks leads to the heart not being able to pump enough blood.

What is Cardiogenic? 

400
MOI stands for this.

What is Mechanism of injury?

400

This is part of the on-field assessment.

What is Divide into primary and secondary surveys?

500

To avoid problems, all individuals involved in plan should practice this.  

What is being familiar with all procedures?

500

This number should be available for phones nearby. 

What is 911?

500

These could predispose athlete to shock.  

What is Extreme fatigue, dehydration, and exposure to heat or cold?

500

This is the "hands on" examination process. 

What is Physical Exam?

500

Dealing with an unconscious athletes must be treated as this. 

What is a life threating injury?

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