Care and Prevention of Injuries

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Care and Prevention of Injuries by Mind Map: Care and Prevention of Injuries

1. Chapter 1: Your role on the athletic care team

1.1. HIPPA guidelines

1.1.1. Set of rules and expectations amongst all healthcare professionals

1.2. FERPA guidelines

1.2.1. Set of rules and expectations amongst all educational professionals

2. Chapter 2: Sport first aid game plan

2.1. Health records

2.2. Emergency action plan in place

2.3. Splints

2.4. Certified first aid authority

2.5. Certified CPR authority

2.6. First aid kit

3. Chapter 3: Anatomy and sports injury terminology

3.1. Anatomy

3.1.1. Humerus

3.1.2. Radius

3.1.3. Phalanges

3.1.4. Ulna

3.1.5. femur

3.1.6. Patella

3.1.7. Tibia

3.1.8. Fibula

3.1.9. Tarsals and metatarsals

3.1.10. Carpals and metacarpals

3.2. Injury terminology

3.2.1. Sprain

3.2.2. Fracture

3.2.3. Stress

3.2.4. Concussion

3.2.5. Strain

3.2.6. Rupture

3.2.7. Shearing

3.2.8. Twisting

3.2.9. Popping

4. Chapter 4: Emergency action steps

4.1. Active shooter

4.2. Bomb threat

4.3. Earthquake

4.4. Fire and fire drills

4.5. Medical emergencies

4.6. Outdoor sirens

4.7. Severe weather

4.8. Shelter in place

4.9. Utility outages

5. Chapter 5: Physical Assessment and first aid techniques

5.1. Questioning

5.1.1. Where does it hurt?

5.1.2. How do you feel?

5.2. Examining

5.2.1. Looking for signs of trauma

5.2.1.1. Cuts

5.2.1.2. Bruising

5.2.1.3. Displaced joint

5.2.1.4. Unresponsiveness

5.2.1.5. Palpation

5.3. First aid care

5.3.1. Preparing a splint

5.3.2. Assisted walk/carry off the field

5.3.3. Seeking medical attention

6. Chapter 6: Moving injured or sick athletes

6.1. Assisting an athlete off the field

6.1.1. Assisted walk off the field

6.1.2. 2 person carry

6.1.3. 4 person carry

6.1.4. Spine boarding athletes

6.2. Crutches

6.2.1. Fitting crutches

6.2.2. Walking with crutches

6.2.3. 4 point gait with crutches

7. Chapter 7: Respiratory emergencies and illnesses

7.1. Asthma

7.2. Anaphylactic shock

7.3. Collapsed Lung

7.4. Hyperventilation

7.5. Solar plexus spasm

7.6. Pneumonia Bronchitis

7.7. Throat contusion

8. Chapter 8: Head, spine, and nerve injuries

8.1. Cervical injuries

8.1.1. Fractures

8.1.2. Acute torticollis

8.1.3. Brachial plexus

8.2. Thoracic spine injuries

8.3. Lumbar spine injuries

8.4. Vascular injuries

8.5. Neuropathies

8.5.1. Ulnar

8.5.2. Carpal

8.5.3. Tarsal tunnel

8.5.4. Peroneal

8.5.5. Diabetic

8.6. Herniated disk

9. Chapter 9: Internal organ injuries

9.1. Thorax injuries

9.1.1. Rib contusion

9.1.2. Flail chest

9.1.3. Pneumothorax

9.1.4. Tension pneumothorax

9.1.5. Hemothorax

9.2. Spleen injuries

9.3. Kidney injuries

9.3.1. Kidney contusion

9.4. Testicular trauma

9.5. Solar plexus

10. Chapter 10: Sudden Illnesses

10.1. Vomiting

10.2. Fainting

10.3. Allergic reactions

11. Chapter 11: Weather related problems

11.1. Cold weather polices

11.2. Hot weather polices

11.3. Lightening policies

11.4. Inclement weather polices

12. Chapter 12: Upper body Musculoskeletal injuries

12.1. Anterior shoulder dislocation

12.2. Rotator cuff impingement

12.3. Colle's fracture

12.4. Clavicle fracture

12.5. Lateral and medial epicondylitis

12.6. AC joint separation

12.7. Biceps tendonitis

12.8. Ulnar collateral ligament sprain

12.9. Scaphoid fracture

13. Chapter 13: Lower body musculoskeletal injuries

13.1. Plantar fasciitis

13.2. Compartment syndrome

13.3. Achilles and patella tendinopathy

13.4. Turf toe

13.5. Shin splints

13.6. Dislocated patella

13.7. ACL and MCL sprain

13.8. Hip pointer

13.9. Thigh contusion

13.10. Side sititch

13.11. Low back strain

14. Chapter 14: Facial and scalp injuries

14.1. Skull Fracture

14.2. Eye injuries

14.2.1. Orbital hematoma

14.2.2. Orbital fracture

14.2.3. Corneal abrasion/laceration

14.2.4. Hyphema

14.2.5. Globe rupture

14.2.6. Retinal detachment

14.2.7. Acute conjunctivitis (pink eye)

14.3. Ear injuries

14.3.1. Auricular hematoma

14.3.2. Otitis externa (swimmers ear)

14.4. Nose injuries

14.4.1. Fracture

14.4.2. Epistaxis (nose bleed)

14.5. Tooth injuries

14.5.1. Tooth fracture

14.5.2. Tooth avulsion

15. Chapter 15: Skin Problems

15.1. Noninfectious skin illnesses

15.2. Bacterial infections

15.3. Viral infections

15.4. Fungal infections

15.5. Parasitic infections