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Presentation on theme: "HE91: PREVENTION & CARE OF ATHLETIC INJURIES FINAL REVIEW #2."— 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 Nutritional Considerations Part I Nutritional Considerations Part II Environmental Considerations Part II Protective Equipment Part I Protective Equipment Part II 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 Environmental Considerations Part I

6 Sugars and starches are examples of A. Fats B. Proteins C. Carbohydrates D. Vitamins

7 The most efficient source of energy is: A. Carbohydrates B. Proteins C. Fats D. Water

8 Which of the following groups are all fat-soluble vitamins? A. D, A, B, C B. K, E, B C. A, D, E, K D. C, B, E, K

9 The basic units that make up proteins are called: A. Amino acids B. Polysaccharides C. Monosaccharides D. Glucose

10 A mineral that is most abundant in the body and is necessary for bone formation is: A. Phosphorus B. Calcium C. Iron D. Zinc

11 Which nutrient may prevent pre-mature aging, certain cancers, and heart disease? A. Carbohydrates B. Protein C. Minerals D. Antioxidants

12 The use of this supplement may cause weight gain, gastrointestinal upset and renal dysfunction. A. Ephedrine B. Creatine C. Ginkgo Biloba D. Guarana

13 Which of the following describes a person who will eat cheese, drink milk, and eat vegetables, but excludes eggs from his/her diet? A. Total vegetarian B. Lactovegetarian C. Ovolactovegetarian D. Semivegetarian

14 During a weight-loss program, how many pounds should be lost per week? A. 3 to 4 B. 4 to 5 C. 2 to 4 D. 1 to 2

15 Which of the following is not true of alcohol? A. It is a diuretic B. Depresses the central nervous system C. Contains vitamins and minerals D. Has 7 calories/gram

16 Heat can be gained and/ or lost by the body in all of the following ways EXCEPT: A. Conduction B. Conversion C. Evaporation D. Radiation

17 Most people replace no more than _____ of water lost through sweating when exercising in hot and humid climates. A. 10% B. 25% C. 35% D. 50%

18 A critical consideration in avoiding heat stress is to: A. Acclimatize B. Identify susceptible athletes C. Eat a well balanced diet D. Use electrolyte solutions

19 A heat disorder characterized by profuse sweating, diarrhea, persistent muscle cramps and dizziness with loss of coordination is: A. Heat cramps B. Hypothermia C. Exertional heat stroke D. Exertional heat exhaustion

20 Bonus Absence of sweating with hot, flushed skin, sudden collapse, altered consciousness and seizures is indicative of: A. Exertional heat exhaustion B. Exertional heat stroke C. Heat cramps D. Hypothermia

21 In giving emergency treatment for a heat stroke victim, the athletic trainer should direct efforts at: A. Replacing the athletes fluid quickly B. Measuring rectal temperature C. Calling an ambulance D. Rapid whole body cooling followed by transport to the hospital

22 Which of the following conditions is caused by peripheral vasodilation of the superficial vessels, hypotension or a pooling of blood in the extremities, which results in dizziness, fainting, and nausea? A. Heat cramps B. Exertional heat exhaustion C. Heat syncope D. Exertional heat stroke

23 A syndrome that reflects a desynchronization of the athletes biological time clock or jet lag is called: A. Acclimatization B. Acute mountain sickness C. Circadian dysrhythmia D. Chilblain

24 As an athletic trainer, what is the first step that should be taken after seeing lightning or hearing thunder? A. Stop activity at once and seek shelter B. Wait to see another bolt before leaving the field C. Once you see the bolt, listen for the thunder to see how far the storm is D. Crouch down on the field

25 BONUS If the flash to bang is 15 seconds, how far away is lightening occurring? A. 3 Miles B. 1 Mile C. 6 Miles D. 5 Miles.

26 The organization responsible for helmet certification standards is: A. Athletic Equipment Manager Association B. National Collegiate Athletic Association C. American National Standards Institute D. National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment

27 When one is fitting a football helmet, all must be considered EXCEPT: A. The warning label is affixed to the outside of the helmet B. The chin strap is equal on both sides C. The helmet has been properly certified D. The player's hair is dry

28 All of the following are concerns when setting the standards for protective equipment EXCEPT: A. Material durability B. Equipment testing C. Requirement for wear D. The color, look, and style

29 A disadvantage of contact lenses is the possibility of: A. Eye irritation caused by dust getting under the lens B. Loss of peripheral vision C. Corneal abrasion D. Astigmatism

30 An intraoral mouthguard performs all of the following EXCEPT: A. Reducing the chance of concussions B. Minimizing lacerations to the lips and cheeks C. Protecting teeth from fractures D. Minimizing fractures to the cheek bone

31 An effective bra holds the breasts to the chest to prevent: A. Breast contusion B. Breast abrasions C. Nipple chafing D. Stretching of Cooper's ligaments

32 Which of the following is not a component of an athletic shoe? A. Lowers B. Sole C. Uppers D. Toe box

33 What common injury listed below would be treated by constructing a protective pad? A. Knee collateral ligament sprain B. Hamstring strain C. Lateral ankle sprain D. Quadriceps contusion

34 Which of the following knee braces would be used to control range of motion after surgical repair? A. Rehabilitative B. Functional C. Protective D. Neoprene sleeve

35 Neoprene sleeves, shoe inserts, heel cups, ankle braces and helmets are all considered: A. Custom equipment B. Off-the-shelf equipment C. Functional equipment D. Rehabilitative equipment

36 Make your wager

37 List the 3 types of knee braces


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