Quizzes 1-27 Answers (whole semester)
Quizzes 1-27 Answers (whole semester) AT 2356
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AT QUIZES Quiz 1 1 Athletic Trainers are only found in the secondary and collegiate settings a False they are found in many different settings 2 lst Athletic Training text was written in by a 1917 SE Bilik 3 1932 Cramer family published the and has played a major role in Athletic Training since then a First Aider 4 NATA was formed in a 1950 5 Athletic Training as we know it today started during the late nineteenth century with the rm establishment of college and high school athletes a True 6 Athletic Training was recognized as an allied healthcare profession in a 1990 7 National Strength and Conditioning Association oversees the drug testing programs in NCAA a False 8 is the act that says medical records can not be release unless permission is given a HlPAA 9 What is the Committee for accreditation of Athletic Training education called a CAATE 10ln Texas to practice Athletic Training you need a License Quiz 2 1 2 9 All of the following should be elements of a hydrotherapy area EXCEPT a 45 whirlpool baths to provide both hot and cold whirlpools OSHA stands for a Occupational Safety and Health Administration Which of the following are expendable supplies a Tape massage lotion bandages The primary purpose of a preparticipation health exam is a Identify whether an athlete is at risk before heshe participates The most crucial stage in maturity is the stage because of a 3rd increased speed of bone growth The law that protects the privacy of student educational records and in some instances medical records is known as a FERPA Which of the following conditions does NOT indicate a possible medical disquali cation from collisioncontact sports a Diabetes When ordering expensive supplies it is important to have vendors quote prices before making a decision This is known as a Competitive bidding Which of the following is the most ef cient method of making a maturity assessment a Secondary sexual characteristic assessment 10Which of the following areas of the preparticipation exam includes the assessment of height weight blood pressure pulse vision and body composition a Physical Examination Quiz 3 1 2 9 Which of the following is the average statute of limitations for negligence suits a Up to ve years Which of the following best describes malfeasance act of commission hisher legal duty a A legal wrong that is committed when an Individual performs an act that is not If an individual fails to perform a legal duty it is known as a An act of omission The length of time an individual has to sue for damages from negligence is known as a Statute of limitations An athletic trainer that burns an athlete because of improper use of a modality could be found to be a Negligent in breach of a duty liable When an athlete assumes the risk of the sport that means that they cannot sue for any accidents that may occur a False A legal wrong that is committed against a person or property is known as a Tort An athlete sprains hisher ankle during a soccer practice If the athletic trainer fails to provide care for this athlete heshe can be held liable for such negligence a True What are some of the things one can do to reduce hisher risk of litigation a Have an EAP at each side documentation and communication 10Medicare is an insurance program for whom a Disabled and aged Quiz 4 1 An approach to conditioning that attempts to bring about peak performance while reducing injuries and overtraining is known as a Periodization 2 Fasttwitch bers are primarily anaerobic and do not depend on oxygen for their energy supply a True 3 The stretching method that uses an extreme stretch that is held for a long period of time is a Static stretch 4 The ability of the body to undergo prolonged whole body large muscle activity is a Cardiorespiratory endurance 5 Stroke volume and heart rate determine the of the heart a Cardiac output 6 The Golgi tendon organs respond to increased tension after a At least 6 seconds 7 The relaxation of the antagonist muscle in response to an agonist contraction is known as a Reciprocal inhibition 8 All of the following are factors that determine V02 max except a Muscle function 9 When doing muscular endurance training the athlete needs to reach a repetition maximum 8 times in each set a False 10lf the intensity of an activity is such that suf cient oxygen can be supplied to meet the demands of working tissues the activity is a Aerobic Quiz 5 1 Sugars and starches are examples of a Carbohydrates 2 The most ef cient source of energy is a Carbohydrates 3 Glucose that is not needed immediately for energy is stored in the as a Muscle cells glycogen 4 A de ciency in folic acid and iron can lead to anemia a True 5 Which of the following groups are all fatsoluble vitamins a A D E K 6 Fat provides more energy per gram than either carbohydrates or proteins a True 7 A mineral that is extremely important in the body39s ability to create a muscle contraction blood clotting and proper nerve function is Most females do not consume enough of this mineral which can lead to osteoporosis later in life a Calcium 8 Anorexia Athletica is characterized by all of the following signs EXCEPT a Selfstarvation 9 Electrolyte replacement is necessary in all cases EXCEPT a Just before exercise 10Water is the most essential nutrient and accounts for 60 of the body39s total weight a True Quiz 6 1 Exertional heat exhaustion is caused by the sudden onset of thermoregulatory failure which can lead to death if untreated a False Exertional heat stroke would cause this 2 Death is imminent if the core body temperature rises above 104 F for an extended period of time or drops between 779 F and 859 F a True 3 If the ash to bang is 15 seconds how far away is lightening occurring a 3 miles 4 Sixty ve percent of the heat produced by the body is lost in cold weather by a Radiation 5 In giving emergency treatment for a heat stroke victim the athletic trainer should direct efforts at a Lower body temperature with a cool towels and transport to a hospital 6 Absence of sweating with hot ushed skin sudden collapse altered consciousness and seizures is indicative of a Exertional heat stroke 7 A heat disorder caused by profuse sweating diarrhea persistent muscle cramps and dizziness with loss of coordination is a Exertional heat exhaustion 8 A critical consideration in avoiding heat stress is to a Acclimatize 9 The purpose of a sling psychrometer is to measure a Relative humidity 10Heat is eliminated by the body in all of the following ways EXCEPT a Conversion QUIZ 9 10 Points Question 1 of 10 Which of the following conditions is characterized by pain and discomfort during and immediately after exercise 1 A Acute onset muscle soreness Li Question 2 of 10 10 POlntS Pain that is felt at a place other than the origin of the pain is known as f A Referred pain a Question 3 of 10 10 POlntS Which of the following is a common apophyseal injury 1 B Osgood Schlatter s Disease 3 Question 4 of 10 10 POlntS Tenosynovitis is an in ammation of the sheath covering the tendon A True 1 a 10 Points Question 5 of 10 Epiphyseal growth plate injuries have been classified into five types by f y C SalterHarris a Question 6 of 10 10 POlntS All of the following are functions of bone EXCEPT f D Mineral production not calcium a Question 7 of 10 10 Points All of the following are qualities of a synovial joint EXCEPT f a A Slightly movable 10 Points Question 8 of 10 A condition that has a gradual onset with diffuse tenderness in ammation and usually crepitus of a tendon is called 1 C Tendinitis Li Question 9 of 10 10 POlntS Injuries to the musculotendinous unit commonly occur at all of the following sites except in the f C Midtendon area Li Question 10 of 10 10 POlntS A force that with enough energy crushes tissue is a force 1 A Compression a QUIZ 10 10 Points Question 1 of 10 Avascular necrosis is a condition commonly found in the in which there is an B Hip poor blood supply f Li 10 Points Question 2 of 10 Which of the following chemical mediators is a powerful vasodilator found in mast cells 1 D Histamine L Question 3 of 10 1390 Pomts During the in ammatory response phase there is a period of followed by f B Vasoconstriction vasodilation a 10 Points Question 4 of 10 During the in ammatory response phase of healing vasoconstriction causes swelling and redness B False 10 Points Question 5 of 10 If there is poor blood supply to a fractured area and a portion of the bone does not heal this is called Chapter 15 Question 1 of 10 10 Pomts Classification of modalities include all of the following EXCEPT f A Shockwave Energy B Thermal Conductive Energy C Sound Energy D Mechanical Energy Answer Key A Question 2 of 10 10 POlnts All of the following are desirable effects of heating EXCEPT A Decreasing joint stiffness f B Relieving muscle spasm f C Increasing the extensibility of collagen tissues E f a D Decreasing blood ow Answer Key D Question 3 of 10 10 POlntS Thermal energy can be transferred by all of the following EXCEPT A Conduction L B Conversion in f C Evaporation Li D Radiation in Answer Key C Question 4 of 10 10 POlnts A condition in which cold exposure causes vasospasm of the digital arteries is known as f A Raynaud39s phenomenon B Cold allergy If C Hunting response E D Normal E Answer Key A Question 5 of 10 10 POlnts When using cryotherapy if the temperature is 383 F muscle temperatures can be reduced as deep as A 1 cm a B 2 cm a C 3 cm E f D 4 cm Answer Key D Question 6 of 10 10 POlnts A preferred therapeutic massage for areas around joints other areas where tissue is thin and over adhesions would be A Petrissage t B Tapotement L C Ef eurage L f D Friction i Answer Key D Question 7 of 10 10 POlnts Traction is indicated for which of the following conditions A Tumors L B Osteoporosis L C Joint diseases in 1 i D Spinal nerve root impingement Answer Key D 10 Points Question 8 of 10 Elevation while using an intermittent compression device is most effective in encouraging venous and lymphatic drainage A True if a B False 1 Answer Key A Question 9 of 10 10 POlnts The following are physiological responses to massage EXCEPT A Re ex Effects 1 B Decreased Circulation C Relaxation D Stimulation Answer Key B Question 10 of 10 10 POlntS Raynaud39s phenomenon is a condition that causes vasospasm of digital arteries lasting for minutes to hours which could lead to tissue death A True f i B False 1 Answer Key A Chapter 16 Question 1 of 10 10 POlnts An exercise that involves weight bearing through an extremity is considered A An open kinetic chain exercise in f B A closed kinetic chain exercise Li C Isometric t D Isokinetic L Answer Key B Question 2 of 10 10 POlnts Which of the following is NOT considered a closed kinetic chain exercise A Push ups L B Squats t C Press ups in f F D Knee extension in sitting I Answer Key D 10 Points Question 3 of 10 Maximum muscle loading at a fixed speed consistent velocity with accommodating resistance throughout the entire range of motion is characterized by what method of exercise A Plyometric t f B Isokinetic Li C Isotonic t D Isometric in Answer Key B Question 4 of 10 10 POlnts Rehabilitation of an athlete should center on recovery of the affected part only A True E B False f to Answer Key B Question 5 of 10 10 POlnts In which phase of rehabilitation is rest and pain control most important A Repair phase E B Presurgical phase in C Remodeling phase t f D Phase IAcute in ammatory response phase 3 Answer Key D Question 6 of 10 10 POlnts The phase can last for several years and includes a series of functional progression activities 139 F A Phase 3 Remodeling phase to B Repair phase C Acute phase D Presurgical phase in Answer Key A Question 7 of 10 10 Pomts Which of the following is not an indicator of being too aggressive with exercise in the rehab plan 1 A Increased exibility B Swelling C Spasm D Pain Answer Key A Question 8 of 10 10 POlnts All movements and exercises in a rehabilitation program must cause pain quotno pain no gainquot A True t B False 1quot 1 Answer Key B Question 9 of 10 10 POlnts Decisions on how to progress an athlete through a rehabilitation program should be based on f P A The healing process I B The desire of the athlete E C The strength of the musculature t D The pressure from the coach t Answer Key A Question 10 of 10 10 POlntS Following an injury or surgery when should the rehabilitation process be initiated f A Immediately after B 24 hours later E C 3 to 4 days later E D When pain subsides in Answer Key A Chapter 17 Question 1 of 10 10 POlnts The use of blood doping is considered legal by the NCAA but is considered illegal by the United States Olympic Committee A True 1 B False f E Answer Key B Question 2 of 10 10 POlnts Method by which drugs are absorbed distributed metabolized and eliminated from the body is known as A pharmacodynamics t 1 i B pharmacokinetics C pharmacology in D drug vehicle in Answer Key B Question 3 of 10 10 POlntS The drug that can give effects of increased muscle mass and weight general growth and bone maturation irreversible effects causing major threats to health is known as f A anabolic steroids B stimulants C corticosteroids D NSAIDs Quiz 22 Part 1 of 1 100 Points Question 1 of 10 10 POlnts The scapula fossa that articulates with the humerus is deepened by an additional structure called the A Articulating disk in f B Glenoid labrum i C Ligamentum teres t D Zona orbicularis L Answer Key B Question 2 of 10 10 POlntS Which of the following muscles is not a part of the rotator cuff A Infraspinatus 1 B Subscapularis a C Supraspinatus f D Deltoid 3 Answer Key D 10 Points Question 3 of 10 Most direct causes of anterior glenohumeral dislocations are situations in which the arm is forced into abduction and externally rotated A True if ti B False Answer Key A Question 4 of 10 10 POlntS Winging of only one scapula indicates an injury to what nerve A Axillary f B Long thoracic C SupraclaVicular D Thoracodorsal Answer Key B Question 5 of 10 10 POlnts An acromioclaVicular sprain is most often induced by a direct blow to the tip of the shoulder pushing the acromion process downward A True f i B False E Answer Key A Question 6 of 10 10 POlnts Which of the following is NOT a test for glenohumeral instability A Sulcus test in B Apprehension test f C Allen test a D AnteriorPosterior Stability test in Answer Key C Question 7 of 10 10 POlnts What are contusions to the distal end of the clavicle called A Glass arms B Bicipital arm C Frozen shoulder f D Shoulder pointers Answer Key D Question 8 of 10 10 POlnts The most common shoulder direction for the shoulder to displace is in the direction f A Anterior B Inferior C Medial D Posterior Answer Key A Question 9 of 10 10 POlnts The rotator cuff muscle most commonly injured is the infraspinatus A True 1 B False Answer Key B Question 10 of 10 10 Points If an athlete comes off the field supporting hisher injured arm with their head tilted towards the injured shoulder and their chin turned towards the opposite side Which injury have they likely sustained p A Shoulder Dislocation a B AC Joint Sprain f a C Fractured ClaVicle F D Fractured Sternum Answer Key C Quiz 23 Partlofl Question 1 of 10 The ligament that stabilizes and encircles the head of the radius is the 1 a A Annular ligament B Quadrate ligament L C Lateral collateral ligament in 100 Points 10 Points D Medial collateral ligament in Answer Key A Question 2 of 10 10 POlnts Valgus stress testing of the elbow stresses the radial collateral ligament of the elbow A True E B False f i Answer Key B 10 Points Question 3 of 10 If resistance is applied to an athlete39s extended wrist with the elbow exed at a 45degree angle the athletic trainer is testing for A Capsular pain in B Medial Epicondylitis t f C Lateral Epicondylitis a D Biceps tendinitis L Answer Key C Question 4 of 10 10 POlnts If an athlete complains of burning and tingling or paresthesia to the fourth and fifth fingers what structure may be damaged Hint Positive Tinel s Sign would be present A Flexor digiti minimi E B IIItCI39OSSCIlS IIIUSCICS 1 C Median nerve in f D Ulnar nerve 3 Answer Key D Question 5 of 10 10 POlnts Most elbow dislocations result from falling on an outstretched hand and result in the ulna and radius dislocating f A Posteriorly B Anteriorly L C Laterally L D Medially L Answer Key A Question 6 of 10 10 POlnts Restoring normal range of motion is crucial early in elbow rehabilitation A True if i B False E Answer Key A 10 Points Question 7 of 10 The motions of the elbow joint are UlnaHumerus Junction 1 A Flexion and extension a B Pronation and supination t C Radial and ulnar deviation in D Inversion and eversion in Answer Key A Question 8 of 10 The motions that occur at the proximal radioulnar joint A Flexion and Extension L f B Pronation and supination a C Radial and ulnar deviation in D Inversion and eversion in Answer Key B Question 9 of 10 Lateral epicondylitis results from A Repeated trauma to the olecranon E B Chronic fatigue of the biceps E f C Repetitive extension of the wrist a D Repeated forceful exion of the elbow E Answer Key C Question 10 of 10 10 Points 10 Points 10 Points Strains to the elbow are usually caused by hyperextension forces A True f i B False E Answer Key A Quiz 24 Part 1 of 1 100 Points Question 1 of 10 10 POlnts Gamekeeper39s thumb involves forceful adduction of the proximal phalanx causing a sprain of the ulnar collateral ligament A True a B False f to Answer Key B Question 2 of 10 10 POlnts Which of the following tendons is involved with mallet finger v A Extensor Digitorum B Flexor Digitorum Profundus C Flexor Digitorum Superficialis D Lumbricals Answer Key A Question 3 of 10 10 POlntS Which bone in the wrist is most commonly dislocated A Lunate f 3 B Capitate L C Scaphoid D Hamate L Answer Key A 10 Points Question 4 of 10 Severe point tenderness in the anatomical quotsnuffboxquot may indicate a fracture of which bone A Hamate L B Lunate L f C Scaphoid a D Trapezoid 1 Answer Key C Question 5 of 10 10 POlnts A sprain of the ulnar collateral ligament of the MCP joint of the thumb caused by forceful abduction of the proximal phalanx is called A Bowler39s thumb E f a B Gamekeeper39s thumb C Boutonniere thumb in D Baseball thumb in Answer Key B Question 6 of 10 10 POlnts A deformity caused by a the extensor tendon slipping to the anterior middle phalanx and is still attached on the distal phalanx is called A Bowler39s finger E B Mallet finger E C Handlebar palsy E f D Boutonniere deformity 393 Answer Key D Question 7 of 10 10 POlnts A wrist fracture resulting from the radius and ulna being forced backward and upward hyperextension is called a A Bowler39s fracture f B Colles39 fracture C De Quervain39s fracture D Smith39s fracture Answer Key B Question 8 of 10 10 POlnts A Colles39 fracture is a fracture of the proximal end of the radius A True a B False f i Answer Key B Question 9 of 10 10 Points A blow to the end of the finger that avulses the extensor tendon from its insertion is called a mallet finger v y A TRUE i B FALSE E Answer Key A Question 10 of 10 A wrist sprain is the most common wrist injury 1 A TRUE 393 B FLASE in Answer Key A Quiz 25 Partlofl 10 Points 100 Points Question 1 of 10 10 POlntS Slipping of one vertebrae above or below another is known as A Kyphosis B spondylolysis L f y C spondylolisthesis i D lordosis L Answer Key C Question 2 of 10 10 POlntS Sciatica is a general term that describes all lower back pain without reference to exact causes A True 1 B False f i Answer Key B Question 3 of 10 10 POlntS When one has a back injury the first thing that should be evaluated and ruled out is A disloaction t f B fracture i C sprain t D shock in Answer Key B Question 4 of 10 10 POlntS Which of the following portions of the spine have a convex curve anteriorly f A Cervical lumbar B Thoracic sacrococcygeal E C Cervical thoracic E D Lumbar sacrococcygeal E Answer Key A Question 5 of 10 1390 Pomts Most serious cervical injuries in football result from purposeful f a A Axial loading as a result of spearing B Hyperextension resulting from pushing the face mask up E C Hyper exion as a result of tackling the legs of the opponent E D Opponents grabbing face masks and twisting them E Answer Key A 10 Points Question 6 of 10 Which of the following is are signs of cervical neck fracture A Cervical pain 1 B Neck point tenderness 1 C Cervical muscle spasm E f D All of the above 3 Answer Key D Question 7 of 10 10 Points Which of the following postures results from an increased curve in the lumbar spine A Kyphosis f y B Lordosis a C Flatback L D Swayback in Answer Key B 10 Points Question 8 of 10 A compression fracture of the lumbar vertebrae may occur as a result of violent hyper exion of the trunk f A True B False Answer Key A Question 9 of 10 10 POlnts Sports movements that characteristically hyperextend the lumbar spine are likely to cause A Myofascial pain in B Intervertebral disc syndrome in C Sciatica t f D Spondylolysis 3 Answer Key D Question 10 of 10 10 POlntS The outer periphery of the intervertebral disk composed of strong fibrous tissue is called the f A Annulus fibrosus B Annulus pulposus E C Nucleus fibrosus a D Nucleus pulposus a Answer Key A Quiz 27 Part 1 of 1 100 Points Question 1 of 10 10 POlnts The organ that serves as a reservoir of red blood cells and a destroyer of ineffective red cells is the A Kidney L B Liver L C Pancreas L f D Spleen 393 Answer Key D Question 2 of 10 10 POlnts A protrusion of the abdominal viscera through a portion of the abdominal wall is called an A Ganglion E B Hernia f i C Evisceration E D Abdominal hydrocele E Answer Key B Question 3 of 10 10 POlntS Which of the following conditions predisposes an athlete to injuries of the spleen f A Mononucleosis a B Hematuria t C Cirrhosis i D Eating right before competition in Answer Key A Question 4 of 10 10 POlnts An abnormal periodic sound that occurs in the auscultation of the heart is called a murmur A True if i B False E Answer Key A Question 5 of 10 10 POlnts A direct blow to the anterolateral aspect of the thorax or a sudden twist or falling on the ball can compress the rib cage and can result most often in a f A Costochondral separation B Solar plexus punch F C Hemothorax P D Rupture of the kidneys P Answer Key A Question 6 of 10 10 POlnts A condition in which the pleural caVity becomes filled with air that has entered through an opening in the chest is called A HemothoraX n f B Pneumothorax a C Thoracodorsalitis If D Traumatic asphyxia in Answer Key B Question 7 of 10 10 POlnts The solid organs which are contained in the abdominal viscera consist of the A Appendix kidney heart and stomach B Lungs heart and small intestines t f C Kidneys spleen liver adrenal glands and pancreas a D Large intestines small intestines and appendix Answer Key C Question 8 of 10 10 POlnts Abdominal rigidity and pain at McBurney39s point may indicate A An inguinal hernia E B An abdominal strain E f C Appendicitis a D Abdominal bruise E Answer Key C 10 Points Question 9 of 10 The condition in which an athlete takes a Violent blow or compression to the chest without any accompanying rib fracture and presents with severe pain during breathing coughing up of blood and shock is known as A Pneumothorax a f B HemothoraX a C Stress fracture of the ribs 1 D Sudden death syndrome 1 Answer Key B Question 10 of 10 10 POlntS Pain that radiates to the left shoulder and 13rd of the way down the left arm is displaying A Rovsig39s sign for appendicitis f f B Kehr39s sign for a ruptured spleen a C McBumey39s sign for kidney infection in D Leseague39s sign for an irritated sciatic nerve in Answer Key B
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