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Copyright © 2002 Career Publishing, Inc. Visual 10-1 Basic Kit
Copyright © 2002 Career Publishing, Inc. Visual 10-2 Injury Report a legal document containing information about the nature and treatment of injuries that is used in the evaluation of treatment procedures
Copyright © 2002 Career Publishing, Inc. Visual 10-3 Treatment Record a legal document used to track the course of care for an injured athlete and to evaluate various treatment methods
Copyright © 2002 Career Publishing, Inc. Visual 10-4 Coach’s Injury Report a written report from the athletic trainer to the coach explaining the nature of an athlete’s injury or illness, treatment protocols, and suggestions for allowable activities
Copyright © 2002 Career Publishing, Inc. Visual 10-5 Physician’s Report a report sent to the physician for completion so that all interested parties will understand the extent of injury or illness, the course of treatment, and recommended activities. It also provides the written authorization for the athlete’s return to play, if applicable
Copyright © 2002 Career Publishing, Inc. Visual 10-6 Head Injury and Concussion Information Sheet instructions for care given to an athlete or the athlete’s parents when a head injury is suspected
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Copyright © 2002 Career Publishing, Inc. Visual 10-13 It was time to get ready for a road trip for a football game. Mr. Elton gave Bill the checklist and told him he was on his own to prepare the First Aid kits and equipment bags. Bill was disappointed; he was hoping for a basketball game instead. This meant that he had to get everything ready for 80 football players. It was an afternoon game in the heat with no humidity. So that meant he had to pack water and ice—lots of it. Mr. Elton also told Bill to call ahead to the game site, Southeastern State, and talk to Mrs. Doan, their head athletic trainer, to see what items would be available for his visiting team. Bill needed to know about access to water for pre-game and half time. Mrs Doan was very nice. She said a student trainer and a physician would be available on the visitors’ sideline and that she would supply a golf cart. Does Mr. Elton need to check the kits to make sure all the supplies are packed? How is calling ahead to see if any items are available for visitor use helpful? What are some of the differences in preparing First Aid kits and equipment bags for a football game than for a basketball game?
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