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Athlete has signs & symptoms= point tenderness on dorsal aspect of DIP jx, unable to actively extend the DIP: AROM= FULL passive extension of DIP jx injury, what condition

Mallet Finger

2

Appropriate management strategies for tooth avulsion

Refer to dentist immediately
replace in socket
rinse w/ milk

3

Using Gate control theory-> what transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation parameters are MOST appropriate for pain relief?

Intensity: sensory
pulse frequency: 80 pps
pulse duration: 75 ms

4

Primary Purpose of PPE

I.D. risk factors that may predispose athlete to serious injury

5

Athlete c/p anterior lower leg pain from direct blow. Athlete reports intense pain and numbness into the foot and unable to dorsiflex the foot. What is the MOST appropriate acute tx:

Immediate referral to physician

6

PPE exam reveals light headedness, dizziness,nausea, and reffered pain to inferior angle of the Right scapula, suspected condition=

Hepatomegaly

7

Pt shows S&S of L4-L5 disk herniation-how to confirm diagnosis?

Paresthesia @ the dorsum of the foot and medial aspect of the tibia, weakness during big toe extension

8

Preventative measure to avoid ruptured tympanic membrane=

agressively treating otitis media
avoidance of foreign objects in ear
use of head gear to protect

9

Athlete w/ type 1 diabetes feels light headed and dizzy: What is BEST to give them to prevent shock?

Glass of apple juice

10

Decrease achilles tendon flexibility is a predisposing factor for which injury?

Achilles tendinitis
Left ankle sprain
Plantar fascitis

11

MOST restrictive form of credential regulation

Licensure

12

S&S and or test results indicate thoracic outlet syndrome?

Absent radial pulse in military brace position
diminished radial pulse during Adson's test, Numbness/tingling in upper extreme after pitching
pallor in upper extremity after activity

13

Splinting extremity fracture, what is the most proper application

check distal neurovascular function

14

Act that regulates how and when athlete's private health info can be shared among health care providers

HIPPA

15

Bone structure to palpate for plantar fascitis

Medial calcaneal tubercle

16

Instruction to BBall player who wants to reduce risk of ACL injury when rebounding?

Absorb force w/ ankles, knees, and hips while keeping knees centered over toes

17

Topical cream MOST appropriate to treat impetigo

antibiotic

18

Condition best describes blow to precordial region of chest that can be fatal

commotio cordis

19

When Palpating sternocleidomastiod the head and should should be actively moved in what position to allow more prominent palpation?

Rotated to opposite side

20

Term describes informing individuals that participation can lead to injury or death, allowing questions, and signing a form

Assumption of risk

21

Acute exertional rhabdomyolysis MOST likely to occur in environmental conditions

Hot and Humid

22

What is the infection caused by Epstein-Barr virus

Mononucleosis

23

MOST effective way to reduce costs for expendable supplies

Bid for supplies & services

24

Weakness of which muscle results in trendelenburg gait?

Gluet Med.

25

Most common MOI for brachial plexus neuropraxia

Lateral cervical flexion w/ contralateral shoulder depression

26

2 athletes collide, one in unconscious and breathing w/ a pules, what is your FIRST action

activate EMS and monitor vitals