Ath102 - chapter 2

  1. Clear written out statements of basic rules
  2. Describes the process
  3. Program operations: scope of program: who is served?
    • Athlete
    • institution: 
    • Community
  4. Example of OSHA policies for  hygiene and sanitation in the athletic training clinic:
    • No equipment/cleats in the athletic training room
    • shoes off the treatment tables
    • shower prior to treatment
    • no roughhousing or profanity 
    • no food or smokeless tobacco
  5. Cleaning responsibilities of the athletic training staff:
    • Clean treatment tables
    • Disinfect hydrotherapy modalities daily
    • clean equipment daily
  6. Promotion of good health and hygiene for the athlete:
    • Prompt injury and illness reporting
    • good living habits
    • shower after practice 
    • avoid sharing clothes and towels 
    • avoid common drinking sources
    • avoid contact with athletes with contagious disease or infection
  7. Developing a risk management plan:
    • Security issues: accessibility to the athletic training room
    • Fire safety: post evacuation plan, smoke detectors, extinguishers
    • electrical/ equipment safety:
    • Emergency action plan: accessing emergency personnel, transportation to emergency facilities
  8. Administering pre-participation exam:
    • Identify athlete at risk
    • includes: medical history, physical exam, orthopedic screening, wellness screen
    • establish a baseline
    • satisfies insurance and liability issues
  9. Station examination:
    • Team of nine
    • 2 physicians
  10. Physical examination:
    Height, weight, body composition, blood pressure, pulse, vision, skin, dental, ear, throat, heart, lungs, abdomen, lymphatic, genitalia,
  11. personal information card
    Contact info for family. personal physician and insurance information
  12. Injury evaulation and progress notes: SOAP
    • S: subjective (history of injury/illness)
    • O: objective ( info gathered during evaluation)
    • A: assessment ( opinion of injury gained during the evaluation)
    • P: Plan ( short and long term goals of rehab)
  13. An unplanned event resulting in loss of time, property damage, injury or death:
  14. Damage to the body restricting activity:
  15. Looks at specific incident of injury:
    Case study
  16. The law the protects the privacy of student educational records and in some instances medical records is known as:

    D. FERPA
  17. All of the following should be elements of a hydrotherapy area except:

  18. Which of the following are expendable supplies?

  19. The primary purpose of a pre- participation health exam is to:

  20. When ordering expensive supplies it is important to have vendors quote prices before making a decisions. This is known as:

  21. Which of the following is an example of a non-consumable capital equipment:

  22. Which of the following conditions does NOT indicate a possible medical disqualification from collision/contact sports:

  23. An athletic trainer should develop a systematic plan for assessing the emergency medical system and subsequent transportation of injured athletes to an emergency care facility. This type of plan is known as:

  24. Athletic trainers often do NOT work in the following capacity:

  25. A study of sports injuries that involves the relationship of as many factors as possible:

    Ex: age, gender, body part, occurance in different sports
  26. An ongoing process that takes a critical look at the strengths and weakness of a program; determine why an athletic training program is needed and what the goals should be:
    Strategic planning
  27. A written statement of the clear focus of the direction of the program, and the strategic planning process:
    Mission statement
  28. Occupational Safety and Health Administration:
  29. The primary purpose is to identify an athlete who may be at risk before they participate in a sport;includes medical history, physical examination, cardiovascular screen, maturity assessment, orthopedic screen, wellness screening
    Pre participation exam
  30. Items that an athletic trainer uses to carry out daily tasks:
  31. Supplies which cannot be reused: 

    examples: adhesive tape, adhesive bandages, hydrogen peroxide
    Expendable supplies
  32. Supplies that can be reused:

    examples: compression wraps, scissors, neoprene sleeves
    Nonexpendable supplies
  33. Items that may be used in athletic training for a number of years
  34. Equipment that is not removed for the athletic training clinic:

    examples: ice machines, treatment tables, isokinetic machines, and electrical therapeutic modalities
    Nonconsumable capital equipment
  35. Crutches, coolers and athletic training kits are examples of:
    Consumable capital equipment
  36. Which of the following areas of the pre-participation exam includes the assessment of height, weight, and body composition?

  37. Which of the following people can preform a Snellen test?

  38. The purpose of having a personal information card on each athlete is to:

  39. SOAP is an acronym for:

  40. Which of the
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Ath102 - chapter 2