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HE91: PREVENTION & CARE OF ATHLETIC INJURIES FINAL REVIEW #3
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Taping Techniques Misc. Taping True/ False Part II Blank 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 Taping True/ False Part I
Non-elastic adhesive tape continuously wrapped around a body part: A. Provides excellent support B. Immobilizes the joint more effectively C. May cause constriction D. Will leave more residues on the part when removed
Of the following, which would you consider a guideline for adhesive tape application for joint support? A. Avoid continuous taping B. If possible, start taping with an anchor piece and end with lock" strip C. Place the part to be taped in a stabilized position D. All of the choices are correct
Which of the following will hold the tape securely in place? A. Underwrap material B. Gauze C. Tape adherent D. Powder
Where maximum support is desired, tape should be placed: A. Over gauze B. On powder C. Over underwrap D. Directly to the skin
When taping an ankle for instability, what should the foot position should be? A. Slightly plantarflexed B. Slightly dorsiflexed C. Slightly everted D. At a 90 angle
To apply an elastic bandage correctly: A. Place the front surface of the bandage on the injured area and unroll. B. Start at the biggest circumference of the limb and work down C. Pull down with gravity D. Apply pressure uniformly and firmly, but not too tightly
Proper patient positioning, before applying an elastic bandage to an athlete's thigh to support a groin or adductor strain, involves placing the affected limb in: A. External rotation B. Internal rotation C. A neutral position D. The leg position does not matter
How is adhesive tape graded? A. Number of longitudinal and vertical fibers per inch of backing B. Adhesive mass C. Winding tension D. Stretch ability
When a storm is near and a person's hair stands on end, what should they do? A. Run to shelter under a tree immediately B. Lie flat on the ground C. Drop to the ground and assume a crouched position D. Wait for lightening in the area
How may minutes before exposure to the sun should sunscreen be applied? A B C D
Non-elastic white adhesive tape comes in only 1.5 inch (3.8 cm) width
Tape is normally graded according to its price and color
When taping an ankle, it is desirable to place a lubricated pad over the anterior ankle and on the back of the heel to prevent tape cuts and blisters.
The more acute the angles on the body part being taped, the narrower the tape width that should be used.
Bonus A spiral bandage is anchored at the largest circumference of the limb and is wrapped proceeding downward in a spiral.
Tape should adhere readily when applied and should maintain this adherence despite profuse perspiration and activity.
If you are wrapping a muscle, have the athlete place the muscle in a relaxed position so you can control motion.
Do not apply tape if the skin is cold or hot from a therapeutic treatment.
When taping an ankle that has sustained an inversion (going in) injury, the stirrups should be pulled from the outside of the ankle towards the inside of the ankle.
BONUS When applying an elastic wrap to a muscle, each turn should overlap itself by at least 1/2 and the wrap should be applied while the athlete is contracting the involved muscle
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
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
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
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
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
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
Which of the following is not a component of an athletic shoe? A. Lowers B. Sole C. Uppers D. Toe box
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
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
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
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Pick 1 person from each team. Have a tape-off (who can tape an ankle the fastest) Start with pre-wrap and anchors