Sports Pharm SG 2

Sports Pharm SG 2 - Sports Pharmacology Final Study Guide...

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Sports Pharmacology Final Study Guide Infectious Conditions: 16 points (4 MC, 3TF, 5FI) 1) What is a disease ? - An interruption, cessation, or disorder of body functions, systems, or organs. 2) What is an infection ? - Immune system’s response to pathogen(s) 3) What is an immunosuppression ? - Immune systems response to a pathogen 4) Classifying Diseases. 1) Non-Infectious Disease 2) Infectious Disease 3) Contagious/Communicable 4) Non-Contagious 5) What is a pathogen ? - Micro-organisms capable of causing disease 6) What is a host ? - Person/animal/living organism harboring pathogen 7) What is virulence ? - Pathogen’s ability to cause disease 8) What is transmission ? - To convey (infection) abroad or to another 9) Common Pathogens. - bacteria - viruses - fungi - parasites 10) Transmission Methods. - direct contact - indirect contact - vehicular (fomite) - vector (animal, insect) - airborne 11) Signs & Symptoms. - fever - malaise - lymphadenitis - local - pain - redness - heat - swelling - dysfunction 12) Dermatologic Infections. - fungal - viral - bacterial 13) Fungal skin infections. - Tinea Corporis - Tinea Pedis - Tinea Cruris - Tinea Versicolor - Onychomycosis 14) Viral skin infections. - Herpes Simplex - Verrucae - Molluscum Contagiosum
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15) Bacterial skin infections.7 - Impetigo Contagiosum - Celluitis - Furunculosis - Carbuncle - Pitted Keratoylsis - Acne - Pseudomonas Folliculitis 16) Respiratory Infections. 2 - Cold * Viral * Bacterial * URTI *LRTI 17) General Systemic Infections. 4 - Influenza - Hepatitis - Human Immunodeficiency Virus - Mononucleosis 18) Genitourinary Tract Infections. 2 - Sexually Transmitted Diseases - Urinary Tract Infections 19) Neurological Infections. 2 - Meningitis - Encephalitis 20) Musculoskeletal Infections.4 - Osetomyelitis - Septic Arthrosis - Rheumatoid Arthritis - Necrotizing Myofascitis 21) Ear, Nose, & Throat Infections.4 - Otitis Externa - Conjunctivitis - Stye 22) Pediatric Infections. 4 - Varicella - Rubeola/Rubella (measles) - Parotitis - Pertussis (whopping cough) 23) Infection Prevention 7 - adequate recovery - personal equipment - good hygiene - proper lesion care - vaccinations & immunizations - avoid contaminated water, food, people - disinfection of common areas 1) Heart Disease… - Leading cause of death in USA - Exercise can improve symptoms and/or progression - Both men & women, all racial & ethnic, age
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35 and older - One person in America dies every 30 seconds, 2,600 everyday 2) Connection… - Chronic hypertension increases the risk to angina, heart failure, and myocardial infraction (MI) - The presence of angina increases the risk of MI - MI is one of the causes of heart failure 3) Cardiovascular System Overview… - Heart, blood vessels, blood, and lymphatic - Heart is the center of the system - Abnormalities in the conduction system can affect how well the heart pumps blood o the rest of the body - Disease of the system can be due to genetics, environment or a person’s lifestyle choices
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2008 for the course SPTS 146 taught by Professor Ludwig during the Spring '08 term at Pacific.

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Sports Pharm SG 2 - Sports Pharmacology Final Study Guide...

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