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AT ch 1_2_4 - a True b False 10 An AT facility needs to...

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AT I Ch 1,2 and 4 questions for in class review. Prentice, W. (2006). Arnheim’s Principles of Athletic Training A Competency-Based Approach. 1) Who developed the trainers Bible? a) Black b) Cramer c) Bilik 2) When was the first ankle linen made for sprains? a) 1917 b) 1930’s C) 1920’s 3) When were ATC recognized as an allied health profession? a) 1991 b) 1992 c) 1950 4) What is the difference between domains and education competency? a) Certification b) 12 steps of education c) None 5) Who established competencies that AT’s need to be aware of? a) Education Council b) NATABOC c) CAAHEP 6) A bare bones training room was described by Penman in 1998. a) True b) False 7) GFI stands for Ground Fault Interaction a) True b) False 8) Outlet locations should be spread every 4 feet wide and 3 feet high from the floor. a) True b) False 9) Floor drains should be sloped at least 1 degree.
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Unformatted text preview: a) True b) False 10) An AT facility needs to have an elevator. a) True b) False 11) What is the formula to find out how large an AT room needs to be? (#of athletes at peak divided by 20 per table per day) multiplied by 100 square feet . 12) What is the purpose of a wellness screening? Monitor if a athlete is engaged in a healthy lifestyle. 13) What did the Americans with Disabilities Act do for an athlete? Gave the athlete the final decision in sport disqualification. 14) When should potential disqualification factors be determined for an athlete. During the preparticipation exam. 15) What is an isometric muscle contraction? The muscle contracts to increase tension but there is no change in length of the muscle....
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