Question: SPORT FIRST AID ASEP Help Unit 5: Physical Assessment And First Aid Techniques 1. The Primary Benefit Of Applying An Elastic Wrap Is To Provide Support To An Injury. O A. True O B. False 2. The Acronym That Refers To The Physical Assessment Is Оа. АВС B. HIT O C. MCL O D. PRICE O E. RICE 3. Placing An Athlete’s Injured Ankle In A Bucket Of Ice …

Question: SPORT FIRST AID ASEP Help Unit 5: Physical Assessment And First Aid Techniques 1. The Primary Benefit Of Applying An Elastic Wrap Is To Provide Support To An Injury. O A. True O B. False 2. The Acronym That Refers To The Physical Assessment Is Оа. АВС B. HIT O C. MCL O D. PRICE O E. RICE 3. Placing An Athlete’s Injured Ankle In A Bucket Of Ice …

SPORT FIRST AID ASEP Help Unit 5: Physical Assessment and First Aid Techniques 1. The primary benefit of applying an elastic
SPORT FIRST AID ASEP Help Unit 5: Physical Assessment and First Aid Techniques 5. A basketball player has dislocated a finger
Help Unit 5: Physical Assessment and First Aid Techniques a. on the outside of the elbow, behind the ulna b. on the inside of

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SPORT FIRST AID ASEP Help Unit 5: Physical Assessment and First Aid Techniques 1. The primary benefit of applying an elastic wrap is to provide support to an injury. O a. true O b. false 2. The acronym that refers to the physical assessment is Оа. АВС b. HIT O c. MCL O d. PRICE O e. RICE 3. Placing an athlete’s injured ankle in a bucket of ice water is as effective as applying an ice bag, and using the bucket of ice water should NOT create other problems. O a. true O b. false 4. An outfielder cuts his arm on the fence and has a deep gash below the heel of the hand. You put on examination gloves and safety glasses, perform the emergency action steps and the physical assessment, and find profuse bleeding. Next you should a. gently clean the wound b. send for emergency medical assistance C. cover the wound with sterile gauze d. elevate the hand above heart level e. none of the above 5. A basketball player has dislocated a finger and is looking pale and feel SPORT FIRST AID ASEP Help Unit 5: Physical Assessment and First Aid Techniques 5. A basketball player has dislocated a finger and is looking pale and feeling nauseated. Your first step is to O a. apply ice, and then send the athlete to a physician O b. place the athlete on her side, and cover her with a blanket O c. splint the finger, apply ice, and send her to a physician O d. treat the athlete for shock, and call for emergency medical assistance e. do none of the above 6. Once a superficial wound stops bleeding, O a. pull out any embedded objects b. clean the wound c. tape the edges of the wound together d. do all of the above 7. To avoid the peroneal nerve, do not place ice a. on the outside of the elbow, behind the ulna b. on the inside of the elbow, behind the ulna c. on the front of the knee, on top of the femur d. on the inside of the knee, on top of the tibia e. on the outside of the knee, behind the fibula 8. Which of the following is a normal reaction to ice application? O a. dull aching b. numbness C. cold sensation dnins-andanandler sensation Help Unit 5: Physical Assessment and First Aid Techniques a. on the outside of the elbow, behind the ulna b. on the inside of the elbow, behind the ulna c. on the front of the knee, on top of the femur d. on the inside of the knee, on top of the tibia e. on the outside of the knee, behind the fibula 8. Which of the following is a normal reaction to ice application? O a. dull aching b. numbness C. cold sensation O d. pins-and-needles sensation e. all of the above 9. To protect against blood-borne pathogens, clean contaminated floors, equipment, and other surfaces with a 1-to-100 solution of bleach and water, and then immediately wipe the items with sterile gauze. a. true O b. false 10. A wrestler with a spine injury is being treated in the position he fell in, but he stops breathing. Position the athlete O a. faceup and flat on his back b. in the recovery position c. faceup with his head elevated d. faceup with his feet elevated e. facedown with his feet elevated