Flashcards in Kylee flash cards Deck (50):
Which level trauma center covers total care for every aspect of an injury?
Level 1: provides care from prevention to rehabilitation
The early stages of cardiac arrest may involve a change in breathing which is gasping or shallow breath. This abnormal breathing is called?
The supraglottic Combitube is used for an unconscious victim. The EMT is trying to assist the patient with what?
Breathing or clearing/opening the airway
Using a nonrebreather oxygen mask, the concentration of oxygen should be at what
60-100% or 6L flow rate
An athlete who is dehydrated and missing electrolytes may be suffering from what?
Where should nitroglycerin be administered in the event of a cardiac arrest?
The best way for an athlete with sickle cell trait to prevent exertional sickling is to?
Maintain hydration status
The breakdown of muscle tissue and cell death.
In the event of internal bleeding what should the athletic trainer be sure to prevent when waiting for emergency medical care?
Normal movement and function of the body is called biomechanics, what is it called when this
function is disrupted due to injury and causes abnormal movement?
An isokinetic dynamometer is used to determine all the measurements except:
Muscular strength, power, endurance, speed
The Ottawa Ankle rules were created for what reason?
To lower diagnostic costs and determine the presence of an ankle fracture or not, which
determines if the athlete needs an X-ray.
A way of managing a hyperventilating athlete is to?
Control the loss of carbon dioxide, breath into paper bag or out of one nostril.
Abdomen auscultation should be performed on a patient in what position?
Supine, knees bent
What test should be used to determine if a patient has diabetes?
What acronym is used to help patients reach their goals?
Body language is a key factor in the communication between patients and yourself. (True or False)
A type of outcome based on the symtoms the patient is experiencing is called? This may include a false result when gathering evidence.
Disease oriented evidence
Using the impact or SAC test for concussion measurement, a patient’s progress can be measured physiologically. (True or False)
A proper EAP should include all of the following except?
Chain of command, Exit routs and locations, safety masks, Emergency contact
Employing an ATC in the industrial setting can lower costs by what percentage (according to NATA)?
How long is a temporary license valid?
HMO stands for?
Health maintenance organization
PPO stands for?
Preferred provider organization
The difference between HMO and PPO?
HMO includes a fixed fee for medical services and PPO may provide a discount but also a membership fee.
The physician self referral law is also known as?
The accreditation for athletic training education programs is?
In order to prevent suspension of licensure and certification, athletic trainers must complete a
certain amount of what?
Continuing education units
Injury and illness surveillance is helpful in determining the common injuries according to different sports (true or false)
A non-modifiable risk factor includes a diabetic patient’s dietary habits. (true or false)
Commotio cordis occurs in what type of athletes?
Adolescent, youth athletes
Adequate intakes of calcium includes at least how many mg per day to prevent osteoporosis
What other supplement or vitamin assists in the prevention of osteoporosis?
Non-supplementation treatment of osteoporosis may include?
Weight bearing physical activity
Anabolic supplements may be acceptable for specific athletes who suffer from all these illnesses except?
Anemia, asthma, cancer, hyponatremia
Providing care for a patient of a different culture may provide a situation of what type of communication?
A corticosteroid is a type of which type of pain control intervention?
A comorbidity associated with hyperthyroidism is?
Tylenol is a type of what drug?
Absorption of drugs is effected by exercise
If the half life of caffeine is 5-6 hours, how long does it take the human body to dispose of the caffeine completely?
Name 4 fat soluble vitamins
An approach to conditioning that brings about the peak performance while reducing injuries and overtraining in the athlete through a conditioning program that is followed throughout the various seasons
psychological or physiological breakdown which could result in musculoskeletal injury, fatigue, or sicknesss
federal health insurance program for the aged and disabled
health insurance program for people with low incomes and limited resources, funded by federal government and individual states
legal wrongs committed against the person or property of another- also serves as a deterrent by sending a message to the community as to what is unacceptable to conduct
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
FERPA is also known as...