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AT final

NATA National Athletic Training Association.
Mission of NATA? enhance the quality of healthcare for the physically active and to advance the profession of AT
BOC Board of Certification
What does BOC do? Ensure competency in the discipline of the AT and the role of the AT
CAATE Commission on Accreditation for Athletic Training Association
Purpose of CAATE? Develops, maintains, and promotes appropriate minimum standards of quality for education programs in AT
5 admission requirements Overall 3.0 GPA, Complete an interview by the AT Program Board of Admission, submit 3 letters of recommendation and be CPR and EKG certified, have a documented 40 hours of observation under an ATC, have completed AT 1101, Bio 1100, Bio L100, Chm 1142
Travel rules? represent yourself as a professional, arrive 10 minutes early, no alcohol, don't leave hotel for nonuniversity activities, go to all meals, only eat with parent if permissioned, dress code same as team, pay any hontel incidents, AT duties under supervisio
blood borne pathogens? microorgansims such as viruses or bacteria that are carried in blood and can cause disease in people. HIV and Hepatitis B. Spread through contact.
5 members of sports team BOC certified AT, pjysical therapist, nutritionist, equipment managers, and exercise physiologists
PRICES protection, rest, ice, elevation, support
Difference between sprain and strain? a sprain is a stretching or tearing of joint structures such as ligaments and joint capsuls. Strain is a stretching of teraing of muscles or tendons.
5 types of wounds? abrasions, avulsions, lacerations, incisions, and punctures
Primary purpose of tape? provide additional support, stability, and compression for the effected body part
4 arches of the foot? metatarsal, transverse, medial longitudinal, and lateral longitudinal
4 most important ligaments of the knee? medial and later collateral ligaments and the anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments
why is the hip joint the strongest in the body? the arrangements of bones, ligaments, muscles and tendons make it the strongest joint in the body. it is a ball and socket joint. the round head of the femur fits into the deep socket of the hip joint providing more stability.
vital signs? abnormal nerve response, blood pressure, movement, pulse, respiration, skin care, state of consciousness, and temperature.
3 types of concussions mild, moderate, and severe
mild concussion being classified as an athlete who does not have a lack of coordination and recovers quickly.
moderate concussion being classified as an athlete who may lose consciousness but for less than 5 minutes, symptoms may last for several days or weeks
severe concussion may leave an athlete with prolonged loss of consciousness for more than 5 minutes
4 rotator cuff muscles supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, and subscapularis
3 groups of hand muscles 8 carpal bones, 5 metacarpal bones, and 14 phalanges
factors of heat exhaustion and stroke? high body temperature, dehydration, and come form of electrolyte imbalance
symptoms of heat exhaustion cool skin, headache, dizziness, lack of coordination, fast and shallow breathing, and dilated pupils.
symptoms of heat stroke mental confusion, possible aggression, elevated temperature, headache, weak, and falling blood pressure
related to first responder by? we are the first on the scene and need to know how to give immediate care proficiently and accurately.
5 technical skills analyze concepts, problem solving, distinguish deviations from the norm, make good judgment calls, lift 50 pounds, postural and neuromuscular control, communicate effectively and sensitively, record physical examinations and treatments, flexibility
seata? south eastern athletic training association. dealing with the concerns of its members and the profession of athletic training as a whole
performance domains of at? prevention, clinical evaluation and diagnosis, immediate and emergency care, treatment and rehabilitation, organizational and professional health and well being
MRSA methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus. bacteria, a staff infection that has evolved and are resistant to antibiotics
Created by: skmcewen