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EXCI 252 Midterm: Lab exam 2 review
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Department
Exercise Sci.
Course Code
EXCI 252
Professor
Robert Panenic

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PRIMARY SURVEY
1) Initiate ERP
2) Gloves and visual scan
3) Approach the athlete and stabilize the head
4) Unconscious/responsive
- What happened?
- Open your eyes!
- Where does it hurt?
- Move your fingers (squeeze hands, move feet)
5) Airway
- Mouth guard, gum?
- Broken teeth?
6) Breathing
- Take a deep breath, any pain or difficulty?
7) Circulation
- Any irregularity in pulse
- Major bleeds
SECONDARY SURVEY
1) DEFG should e take if it’s a spial, efore itals
- DISABILITY
Alert or not
Neck or back pain
Palpation of spinous processes and vertebral column
Cord Sign (bilateral squeeze of hands and moving feet) (ASK ABOUT THIS, WE DO IT
AGAIN?)
Numbness/Tingling/Burning in arms and/or legs
Dermatomes and myatomes
No positive signs but still neck or back pain, call 911
2) Full head to toe delayed if they’re osious util deteried if goig o spial oard or ot
3) After 911 has been called
1) Cervical collar
2) EFG
3) Remove equipment
4) Take and record baseline vitals (ASK IF ON WE DO THIS WHILE THEYRE STRAPPEDIN) (every
5 minutes, gie O2 he they’re o spial oard, ad take SAMPLE history, preet/treat
for shock, keep warm, mention O2, and reassure the athlete)
5) Immobilize
6) Log roll/lift onto spinal board
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PRIMARY SURVEY 1) Initiate ERP 2) Gloves and visual scan 3) Approach the athlete and stabilize the head 4) Unconscious/responsive - What happened? - Open your eyes! - Where does it hurt? - Move your fingers (squeeze hands, move feet) 5) Airway - Mouth guard, gum? - Broken teeth? 6) Breathing - Take a deep breath, any pain or difficulty? 7) Circulation - Any irregularity in pulse - Major bleeds SECONDARY SURVEY 1) DEFG should be taken if it’s a spinal, before vitals - DISABILITY  Alert or not  Neck or back pain  Palpation of spinous processes and vertebral column  Cord Sign (bilateral squeeze of hands and moving feet) (ASK ABOUT THIS, WE DO IT AGAIN?)  Numbness/Tingling/Burning in arms and/or legs  Dermatomes and myatomes  No positive signs but still neck or back pain, call 911 2) Full head to toe delayed if they’re conscious until determined if going on spinal board or not 3) After 911 has been called 1) Cervical collar 2) EFG 3) Remove equipment 4) Take and record baseline vitals (ASK IF ON WE DO THIS WHILE THEYRE STRAPPEDIN) (every 5 minutes, give O2 when they’re on spinal board, and take SAMPLE history, prevent/treat for shock, keep warm, mention O2, and reassure the athlete)
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