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Presentation on theme: "HE91: PREVENTION & CARE OF ATHLETIC INJURIES FINAL REVIEW #1."— Presentation transcript:



3 Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.

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5 Chapter 1-3 Part I Chapter 1-3 Part II Training & Conditioning Part I Training & Conditioning Part II Training & Conditioning Part III 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points Chapter 1-3 Part III

6 The athletic trainer is most directly responsible for all phases of health care in an athletic environment EXCEPT: A. Prevention of athletic injuries B. Diagnosis of athletic injuries C. First aid and injury management D. Implementation of prescribed rehabilitation

7 Which would NOT be considered an appropriate injury-prevention strategy adopted by an athletic trainer? A. Coordinating the administration of comprehensive physical examinations and pre- participation screenings of all athletes B. Implementing appropriate training and conditioning programs for all athletes C. Prescribing daily vitamin supplementation for all athletes D. Selecting and fitting any necessary protective equipment for all athletes

8 Which of the following performance domains includes the athletic trainers responsibility to educate others? A. Professional Responsibilities B. Prevention of Athletic Injuries C. Immediate Care of Athletic Injuries D. Clinical Evaluation and Diagnosis

9 Which of the following performance domains includes explaining proper nutrition? A. Prevention of Athletic Injuries B. Professional Responsibilities C. Treatment, Rehabilitation, and Reconditioning D. Organization and Administration

10 The primary members of the Sports Medicine Team consists of all the following EXCEPT: A. Coach B. Nurse C. Athletic Trainer D. Team Physician

11 OSHA stands for: A. Occupational Safety and Housing Administration B. Organization for Safety and Health Administration C. Occupational Safety and Health Administration D. Organization for Standards on Health Administration

12 Which of the following are considered expendable supplies? A. Measuring tape, coolers and tables B. Ice bags, ace wraps and crutches C. Tape, lotion, and bandaids D. Water bottles, medical bags and bike

13 The primary purpose of a pre-participation health exam is: A. Identify whether an athlete is at risk before he/she participates B. Determine body fat percentages for coaches C. Reveal qualifying conditions D. Satisfy insurance and liability issues

14 When ordering expensive supplies it is important to have vendors quote prices before making a decision. This is known as: A. Direct buy B. Competitive bidding C. Lease agreement D. Expendable purchase

15 Which of the following areas of the pre-participation exam includes the assessment of height, weight, and body composition? A. Medical History B. Wellness Screening C. Maturity Assessment D. Physical Examination

16 The state of being legally responsible for the harm that one causes another person is known as: A. Duty of Care B. Negligence C. Standard of Care D. Liability

17 A legal wrong that is committed against a person or property is known as: A. Tort B. Negligence C. Liability D. Risky

18 Which of the following assumes an individual is neither extremely skillful nor extraordinarily cautious, but is of reasonable and ordinary prudence. A. Liable B. Duty of care C. Standard of reasonable care D. Negligence

19 Which of the following states that neither the government nor any individual employed by the government can be held liable for negligence? A. Good Samaritan laws B. Statutes of limitation C. Act of omission D. Sovereign immunity

20 Bonus Which of the following best describes malfeasance (act of commission)? A. A legal wrong that is committed when an individual fails to perform a legal duty B. A legal wrong that is committed when an individual performs an act that is not his/her legal duty C. A legal wrong that occurs by chance or without intention D. An act that a reasonably prudent person would do

21 Increasing the strenuousness of exercise to a consistently higher level through maximum or near-maximum stimulation is an application of what principle? A. Overtraining B. Conditioning C. Overload D. DAPRE

22 The predominance of one type of muscle fiber over another in the human body results primarily from: A. A conditioning program B. Gender C. Age D. Inherited genetic factors

23 The ability of the body to undergo prolonged whole body activity (ie long distance running) or to resist stresses during prolonged activity is: A. Strength training B. Power C. Cardiorespiratory endurance D. Circuit training

24 The greatest rate in which oxygen can be taken in and utilized during exercise is referred to as: A. Residual volume B. Tidal volume C. Cardiovascular endurance D. VO2 max

25 BONUS If the intensity of an activity is such that sufficient oxygen can be supplied to meet the demands of working tissues, the activity is: A. Aerobic B. Anaerobic C. Isotonic D. Isometric

26 A soccer player running ten 120 yd sprints in under 20 seconds each with a 1 minute walking recovery period between each sprint is an example of: A. Continuous Training B. Fartlek Training C. Interval Training D. Conditioning

27 When a sprinter runs the 60-yard dash he/she is primarily using which type of muscle fiber? A. Muscle Spindles B. Golgi Tendon Organs C. Fast Twitch D. Slow Twitch

28 Which strength training method changes the length of the muscle while the contraction is performed at a constant velocity? A. Isometric B. Isotonic C. Isokinetic D. Isodynamic

29 For an isomteric exercise, one should hold the contraction for: A. 10 seconds B. 1 minute C. 10 minutes D. 1 hour

30 A concentric (positive) phase of lift should last _____________ seconds, while the eccentric (negative) phase should last _________seconds. A. 6-8 ; 8-10 B. 1-2; 1-2 C. 1-2; 2-4 D. As fast as you can for both

31 Your recovery period should last: A seconds B seconds C. 5 minutes D. 2-4 seconds

32 An approach to conditioning that attempts to bring about peak performance while reducing injuries and overtraining is known as: A. Cross training B. Periodization C. Constancy D. Specificity

33 Which of the following describes the time when conditioning is dedicated to physical and mental restoration? A. Preparatory period B. Preseason C. Competition period D. Transition period

34 The stretching method that uses an extreme stretch that is held for a long period of time is: A. Static stretch B. Dynamic stretch C. Ballistic stretch D. PNF stretch

35 The Golgi tendon organs respond to increased tension after: A. At least 6 seconds B. 60 to 70 seconds C. 10 to 20 seconds D. 20 to 30 seconds

36 Make your wager

37 SAID stands for:


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