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    Name: Mrs. Courter
    Subject:Sports Medicine and Emergency Medical Response
     
     

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    1st Semester Final Exam Study Guide

    1. Describe proper body mechanics.
    2. Lifting techniques and reasons you would use them: clothes drag, ankle drag, walking assist, pack-strap carry, Blanket drag,
    3. What are the reasons you would move a patient?
    4. Describe the log roll. What are the steps and how many people should you have to do it safely?
    5. What is the modified H.A.IN.E.S. position and why would you use it?
    6. What are the devices for carrying patients and why you would use them? (stair chair, scoop stretcher, back board).
    7. The head-tilt-chin lift and jaw thrust methods and the reasons you would use them.
    8. Pulse, how do you take it and what is considered normal ranges?
    9. Blood pressure, how do you take it and what is considered normal ranges?
    • Respirations, how do you take it and what is considered normal ranges?
    • Temperature, how do you take it and what is considered normal ranges?
    • Bloodborne pathogens and PPE’s
    • Hands only CPR
    • HIPAA

    Review these:

    • Anatomy diagrams
    • Directional terms
    • Vocabulary