Directional terms and movements
Skeletal system
muscles
Health insurance
pre exam/vital signs
100

What is isokinetic training?

muscle contraction at a constant velocity

100

What is the biggest bone in the body?

Femur

100

the largest muscle of the body 

gluteus maximus 

100

What is health insurance?

Covers prevention and health maintenance.

100

what is the average blood pressure 

120/80 mm Hg 

200

moving your arm in a circular movement is called

rotation

200

How many bones are in the body?

206
200

the 3 types of muscles are 

cardiac, smooth, and skeletal 

200

What does HMO stand for?

Health Maintenance Organization.

200

what is the average pulse rate? 

60 to 100 beats per minute

300

2 types of muscular contractions

isometric & isotonic

300

What are the two bones in your leg called?

tibia and fibula

300

how many muscles does your body contain?

more than 600 

300

What does PPO stand for?

Preferred Provider Organization.

300

what are the 4 main vital signs? 

body temp., pulse rate, respiration rate, and blood pressure 

400

what is abduction 

the motion of the limbs or other body parts that pulls away from the midline of the body

400

Where are the phalanges in your body?

In your hand.

400

what are muscles made of?

thousands of elastic fibres bundled tightly together

400

How much has the US spent on healthcare in 1998?

$1.1 trillion.
400

what is the normal respiratory rate?

12-16 breaths per minute 

500

What are some principles of conditioning and training?

warm-up / cool-down, relaxation, safety

500

How many vertebrates are in the cervical spine?

7

500

The tendons of which muscles form the rotator cuff

Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, Teres Minor, and the Subscapularis.

500

What are some terms for insurance?

Premium, deductible, co-pay

500

What is a 100 on a vision chart.

20/20

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