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overuse/microtrauma
perositis
atheletic injury
injury to an athlete
ephisal break
type 4: break of metaphas, and GP
hypothermia
body tempeture to low
hyperthermia
elevated temperature
variable
communited
treatment of heat syncope
lie down and evalate
mechanism of injury
single most important aspect,
pharmacokintetics
drugs are absorbed, distributed, metabolized and eliminated from teh body
drug
chemical agent used in prevention, treatment, &diagnosis often natural
soreness and stiffness
AOMS, DOMS
ephilasal break
type 1: clear break
most common time of injury in football
practice
who's involved first
team physican, athletic trainer, emt
type of joint
gliding
injury management
athletic trainer, practice of medicine, sports physical therapy
heat synoscope
fainting
compression plus bending
oblique-transverse/butterfy
repair phase
collagen matrix formation
more prone to heat injury
heavier mass
american college of sport medicine
1954
american othropedics society for sport medicine
1972
torsion
spiral
overuse/microtrauma
chrondomalica
ephilsal break
type 3: break of ephalsal
joint capsule
synol membrane, artiluate cartiage, liagmetn, capsule
heat exhausition
inadequate flid replacement
treatment of heat cramps
water, ice, and stretching
immovable
synarthrotic
treatment of heat exhaustion
flid ingestion, cool environment
neuropraxia
direct blow to a nerve
type of joint
ball and socket
altitude
decrease oxygen
hyponatremia
need more sodium
inflamation phrase
debridment
sign
objective
histome
vasodalation
heatstroke
life threatening
GAS
in respond to stress, tissue will adapt, become injured or die
angergentic
secondary male characteristics
overuse/microtrauma
perospalus avulsion
drug
anything that alters living matter
body type
endomorph, ectomorph, mesomorph
sign and symptoms of neuropraxia
referred pain, radiated pain
steriod
fat like substance
pay attention to
skin, perspiration, muscle tone,pupils, consciousness
heat rash
prickley heat
most common injury in foootball
offensive line up
type of joint
saddle
compression
metaphyseal compression
ahtletic training recongnized as allied health care
1991
who is involved in the sports team
physican, denist, poditrist, biomechanist, physical therapist, nurse, coaches, strength and conditioning specialist, massage therapist, eeercise psysoilogy, nutrientist, athletic trainer, physican assistant, biomechanist, sorts physoilogy, social worker
why study stats
promotes rule change, research, define, and promote proper motor skill technique and mechanism, maintain a safe playing environment
convective heat exchange
cirruculation affective
national athletic training associations
1950
mechanical stress
internal repsond and change in dimension
most common injury in basketball
losing the ball
AAFP
team physicans, family doctors
joint injury
capolitisis
re. stinger/ burner
ulnar nerve, bracial plesus lession
overuse/microtrauma
achles tendonis
movable
diararthrotic
bending
transverse
sports medicine
prevention, treatment, evaluation, management, and rehablitation of athletic injuries
treatment for hypothermia
clothing, keep dry, hydration
international federation of sport medicine
1928
load
outside or internal force acting on the body
skin injuries
contusion, abrasion, friction blister, lacreation, avelsion, punture, insition
sports physical therapy section of APTA
1981
ephiseal break
type 5: cause growth deformity b/c of crushing
debridment
macrophages, phagocytes
OASSM
orthopedic surgurons, allied health physican
type of joint
pivot
heat cramps
lack of elecrytites in body and water imbalance
metabolic heat production
results in production of heat
american academy of family physicans
1947
OASSM
encorage and support research in fitness and sports
five types of forces
tension, shearing, compression, stretching, bending
cause of heat rash
unevaporated sweat
joint injury
osteoschronisis
cause of heat syncope
peripheral vasodilation
engogentic
any substance that inhances physical performance
typ of joint
hinge
radiant heat exchange
sunlight and increase temperature
strains
muscle and tendons, dysfunction
ethilogy
boody break
overuse/microtrauma
obsgood shatter disease
malignant hyperthermia
hypersensitivity to anesthesia and heat
american academy ofr pediatrics, sports comitte
1979
mechanism of injury
how did it happen
NATA
athletic trainers
types of fractures
stress. acute, ephillisal
most common injury in softball
fielding
pharmacodynamics
actions or effects of drugs on the body
symptom
subjective
compression plus bending plus torsion
oblique
skeletal muscle injuries
muscluotendonist, tendonitisis, mysotisis, fascitis, atraphy, contratation
most common injuried area in football
hip, thigh, leg
type of joint
ellitaptal
overuse/microtrauma
splints
joint injury
traumatic arthetis
human performance
sport nutrient, sporty physoilogy, sports massage, exercise psyloilogy, biomechanics
reasoon of heat cramps
excessive loss of fluid electrolytes
overuse/microtrauma
jumper knee
joint injury
burtisos
semimovable
amphriarthrotic
joint injury
sprain
administration of drug
enter system and reach receptors
pharmacology
drugs dealing with diagnostic and therapeutic purposes
muscle injuries
contusion, strains, cramps, soreness, stiffness
prevent heat rash
towelling the body
regeneration phase
reaffiramation of structural integrity
inflamation phrase
histome release
conductive heat exchange
physical contact resulting in heat loss or gain
antabolic
to build
SAID
specific adaption for imposed demands
who else is involved in athlete's injury
physical therapist, oropetheic surgeon, excercise psysoilogist, sport physiologist, sports nutrientist, biomechanist, chiraprator,
national strengeth and conditioning associations
1978
yield point
elacity can no longer hold back the resistance
ephilsal break
type 2: break of growth plate
overuse/microtrauma
stress fracture
tratment of heat stroke
strip clothes, ice bath, hospital
most common injuried area in basketball
ankle
most subspectable athletes
distance runners and football players
joint injury
acute synovitits
body therastate
hypothalmus
most common injury in baseball
throwing
athlete
someon who's physically active
inflamation phase
1-5days
NCAA sports oncompetivesafegaurds and medical aspects on sports
1985

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