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Health foundations Musculoskeletal system Injury management Technical foundations
100
what is the wellness that involves establishing peace and harmony and is the ability to discover meaning and purpose in life?
spiritual wellness
100
How many bones does axial skeleton have
80 bones in axial skeleton
100
What does emergency equipment include
Pocket mask
Gloves and
Cutting tools
Utility scissors
100
what is the width of standard roles of tapes?
1.5 inches wide
100
when do you need to tape
Acute injury management
injury prevention
return to activity
200
what is the correct order of the following ? heart, hydrogen, smooth muscle tissue , musculoskeletal system, water molecule, smooth muscle cell, human being
hydrogen, water molecule, smooth muscle cells, smooth muscle tissues, heart, musculoskeletal system, human being.
200
What is it called when you flex your foot downwards away from the knee
Plantarflexion
200
what is sharp full form
Swelling
Heat
Altered function
Redness
Pain
200
what is the second part of the athletic first aid trilogy?
Do not make a bad situation worse
200
what are the 5 columns of vertebral column ?
cervical, thoracic, lumbar, coccyx, sacrum
300
which system works with the nervous system to maintain homeostasis?
Nervous and Endocrine system
300
What is a lordosis ?
Swayback
300
what are the three types of drugs?
Therapeutic drugs, recreational drugs, performance enhancing drugs
300
What are the taping supplies are used?
Razor (hair removal)
Soap (skin cleaning)
Alcohol (Oil removal)
Adhesive spray – Tuff Skin
Pre-wrap material – Pro-wrap
Heel and lace pads
White non-elastic tap
300
What is the largest muscle in the body
gluteus maximus
400
what are the advices on highly processed foods? (2 to 3 )
1. avoid consuming to much added sugar, sodium, saturated fat
2.avoid highly processed foods to reduce higher obesity rates, metabolic syndrome, unhealthy blood cholesterol levels.
3. avoid highly processed foods because of high content of unhealthy fats, sugars, salt, etc.
4.lacking in fibre, protective phytochemicals, vitamins and minerals.
400
What is osteogenesis imperfect?
People are born without proper collagen or the ability to make it.
400
What are the requirements to return to play after a proper rehabilitation?
written consent from a physician
athlete is confident both physically and psychologically
Flexibility, endurance, speed and coordination, without aggravating injury. pain free range of motion
400
State 2-3 reasons why tape should not be left overnight?
because decreased blood flow when asleep
may have a burning sensation or parathesia
400
what are the movements and examples of saddle joint?
flexion, extension, adduction, abduction, circumduction, slightly rotation.

Ex: thumb
500
how is negative feedback different from positive feedback ?
Positive feedback increases the change or output. In contrast negative feedback reduces the effect of the change or stimulus.

500
What are the 3 types of muscles and what are differences between those muscles ?
skeletal muscle: Attached to bones , controlled by central nervous system
voluntary muscle
Cardiac muscle : in the walls of heart, controlled by autonomic nervous system
involuntary, it forms branching fibres and is attached together instead of being attached to a bone.
Smooth muscles : in the walls of hollow internal organs , autonomic nervous system, involuntary muscle
500
what do you do when you see a athlete rapidly breathing and you suspect a respiratory illness ?
perform illness assessment
have the athlete rest in the most comfortable position.
Reassure the athlete.
Encourage them to slow down their breathing.
500
what are two to three post taping tips ?
Check for blisters, cuts
wash away or remove all traces of the tape adherent
before leaving the locker room.
Advise the athlete that if there are signs of irritation (redness, itching, etc.)
to let you know immediately
500
What are the steps to manage seizures?
-illness assessment
-allow the athlete to rest in a most comfortable position.
-move objects that may cause injury.
-place athlete in a recovery position.




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