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what should a adults pulse rate be? 60-80 beats/minute
what should a childs pulse rate be? 80-100 beats/minute
how long should you use ice for? the first 48-72 hours
why do you put ice on a injury? reduce swelling and inflammaton, reduce blood flow to the injury site, and reduce pain at the injury site.
why do you put heat on a injury? increase blood flow to the injured area, reduce muscle stiffness,and muscular relaxation.
what does P.R.I.C.E.S. stand for? P-protection R-rest I-ice C-compression E-evaluation S-support
`what are the five phases of physical rehabilitation? 1.post-surgical/acute injury 2.early exercise 3.intermediate exercise 4.advanced exercise 5.initial sports re-entry.
what are the four basic components of any physical rehabilitaion program? 1.therapeutic exercise 2.therapeutic modalities 3.athlete education 4.goal setting
what are the bodys reaction to trauma? 1.pain 2.swelling 3.redness 4.heat 5.loss of function
what is the instrument called to measure range of motion? goniometer
a streching or tearing of joint structures sprain
a streching or tearing of muscles and tendons strain
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