Flashcards in 2013 9th Grade H/PE Final Exam Deck (56):
What should a bystander do??
recognize the emergency
assess the victim and decide to help
What should you do to help minimize the risk of disease transmission?
use medical exam gloves, breathing devices, and eye protection
What is the Initial Check used to do?
gather medical history information about the victim
What is the first step used to control external bleeding?
What are the signs and symptoms associated with anaphylaxis?
face and tongue swelling and difficulty breathing
What should you do when caring for an amputated part?
the part should be kept clean, dry, and cool
What is the purpose of the bandage?
hold a dressing in place, apply pressure and control bleeding
How should you position yourself if you have a nosebleed?
seated, leaning forward
What should you do when caring for an impaled object?
stabilize the object and control bleeding
What are the symptoms of a heart attack?
tight feeling in the chest, pain present in shoulder and jaw, sweating and nausea
How do you care for a victim that is experiencing a seizure?
protect the victim from injury
How should you care fir a cold, wet, shivering, and altered level of responsiveness victim?
being moved to a warm area and replacing wet clothing with dry clothing
What kind of injury would a victim have if you have to hold their head and neck still until EMS personnel arive?
if you suspect that they have a possible spinal injury
Why would you have to move a victim?
if a victim is in an immediately dangerous area
How do you determine unresponsiveness?
tapping and shouting
What do you do if a person is unresponsive, but breathing?
roll him on his side (recovery position)
What should you ask bystanders to do?
What is the best way to open an airway?
head tilt-chin lift
How do you determine if a person has stopped breathing?
look, listen and feel for breathing
HOw much should you compress a chest?
HOw do you perform chest compressions?
place two hands (one on top of the other) between the nipples, in the center of the chest
What should you do before beginning CPR
determine that the person is not breathing
When can you stop CPR
if you are exhausted and cannot continue
WHat is the "universal distress sign" of choking?
grasping the throat
How do you care for someone choking?
give abdominal trusts (Heimlich maneuver) until the object is removed
Where should the victim be when performing CPR
the victim should be on a firm, flat surface
What is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease that cannot be controlled
What is among the more common signs and symptoms of a heart attack?
What are part of the initial check
checking for responsiveness, opening the airway and checking breathing
What is the Initial check used to do?
identify and correct immediate life-threatening conditions
What is a sign of stroke?
Paralysis of one side of the face (facial droop)
What do you begin a hockey game with?
WHat is it called if the blade of the hockey stick is above the waist
What is a pass made above the head to set up a player to spike?
What is it called when a player stops a spike at the net?
What is a pass made using the forearms
What is it called when a player makes a save from a difficult spike?
What is a spike also known as?
WHat is a serve that is not returned?
What is it called when the serve is gained back by the receiving team?
What is Volleyball played to?
What type of scoring is used in volleyball
how many hits are allowed per side
is the ball in or out if it touches the line
is the ball allowed to touch the net on its way over
HOw many steps are you allowed to take after catching a frisbee
HOw long can you hold a frisbee
True or False. When playing Ultimate Frisbee, you can throw the Frisbee forwards, backwards, or sideways
What result in a turn over
an incomplete pass,. interception, and a goal
What happens if the offensive team attempts to catch the throw-off but drops it?
In soccer, where must a goal be to count
shoulder height and below
Are their goalies in soccer
What does a soccer game begin with
How long are indoor soccer games
6-10 minutes long
How many players are on a soccer team