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KIN 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Bursitis, Exercise Prescription, Homocysteine

CHAPTER 3 DEFINITIONS: *PHYSICALACTIVITY: any movement, produced by skeletal muscle (gross motor movement & fine muscle), that results in energy expenditure *EXERCISE: planned, structured, & repeti...

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KIN 121
G.Field
KIN 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Deconditioning, Dual-Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry, Subcutaneous Tissue

KIN 121 Lecture – September 12 th Chapter 3: Developing and Assessing Physical Fitness Lecture Outline 1) Describe the benefits of physical activity 2) Identify the health-related components of fitness 3) Th...

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KIN 121
T.Harris
KIN 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Raisin Bran

KIN 121 Lecture – September 7 th Chapter 2 – Changing Behavior • Self-efficacy • Trans theoretical model (TTM) • SMAART goals and why goal mapping is important • Learn the elements of a well-designed...

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T.Harris
KIN 121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Social Support

Kin 121 – September 5 th Syllabus • Subject to change Group Assignments • Subject to change Textbook • Not everything will be in the lecture • Read chapter before lecture Understanding Wellness –...

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KIN 121
T.Harris
KIN 216 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Brain Tumor, Myelencephalon, Neuroglia
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SAMPLE TEST QUESTIONS FOR CHAPTER 1213 TRUE/FALSE: 1. Neurons in an adult human being are capable of mitosis. 2. Astrocytes help protect the central nervous system from toxins. 3. The ventricles of the brain are filled wit...

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KIN 216
M.Pruett
KIN 125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Hernia, Abdominal Wall, Pneumothorax
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find more resources at oneclass.com CH. 9 Abdomen and Thoracic Injuries Chest Injuries  Blunt trauma o Caused by a forceful blow to the chest  Penetration Injury o An object penetra...

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T A
KIN 125 Lecture 24: Ch. 24 - intro to first aid
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Ch. 24 Burn Emergencies Burn Assessment o Depthseverity o Location o of the body burned rule of 9s palmar surface method o accompanying complication preexisting physical or mental conditions o age of victim First degree b...

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KIN 125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Blunt Trauma, Bacitracin, Dermis
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find more resources at oneclass.com Ch. 7 Soft Tissue Injuries  Contusions o Bruise  Epidermis: remains intact  Dermis: cells are damaged and blood vessels tor...

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KIN 125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Mass-Casualty Incident, Bandage, Tourniquet
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Ch. 6 Bleeding and Shock Determinates of Bleeding  The severity of bleeding depends on o Speed of blood flow from the vessel o Size of the vessel o Vein vs. artery o In...

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KIN 125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Acronym, Shortness Of Breath, Embolus

Chapter 16 – Introduction to First Aid Cardiovascular and Stroke Emergencies Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors  Smoking  High fat diet  High blood pressure  Obesity  Lack of routine exer...

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KIN 125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ventricular Fibrillation, Tachycardia, Brachial Artery

Chapter 5 – Introduction to First Aid Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Cardiac Arrest  The heart has stopped beating  Signs and symptoms: o Chest pain (radiation to shoulders, neck, jaw, or arms) ...

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KIN 125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Abdominal Thrusts, Straddle, Bag Valve Mask

Chapter 4 – Introduction to First Aid Artificial Ventilation Respiratory Arrest and Distress  Respiratory Arrest o Cessation of breathing  Respiratory Distress o Difficulty breathing ...

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KIN 125 Lecture 3: Chapter Three - Intro to First Aid

Chapter 3 Victim Assessment The Victim Assessment 1. Conduct a scene sizeup 2. Establish a rapport and control 3. Conduct a primary survey 4. Conduct a brief neurological exam 5. Determine chief complaint 6. Assess vital s...

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KIN 125 Lecture 2: Chapter Two - Intro to First Aid

Chapter 2 Anatomy and Physiology of the Body Systems Anatomical Terminology Anatomical Position o Victim is standing erect o Arms down at sides o Palms facing forward Supine and Prone Position Supine o Victim is lying on b...

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KIN 125 Lecture 1: Chapter 1 – Introduction to First Aid

Chapter 1 Introduction to First Aid More than 70 million Americans receive care annually First aiders can help decrease this number Aims of First Aid 1. Recognize and care for lifethreatening injuries 2. Activate EMS Initi...

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