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"As a coach, you're likely the first on the scene when one of your athletes falls ill or suffers an injury on the field of play. Are you prepared to respond? What exactly is expected of you - by your athletes, their parents, and the law?" "Newly revised and updated to reflect the latest research and best practices put forth by the American Heart Association and the American Safety and Health Institute, this fourth edition of Sport First Aid provides high school, collegiate, and club sport coaches with detailed action steps for the care and prevention of more than 110 athletic injuries and illnesses." "Organized for quick reference, Sport First Aid covers protocols for conducting emergency action steps and providing life support; performing the physical assessment; administering first aid for bleeding, tissue damage, and unstable injuries; moving an injured athlete; and returning athletes to play."--BOOK JACKET.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to Sport First Aid|
|Your Role on the Athletic Health Care Team|
|Sport First Aid Game Plan|
|Basic Sport First Aid Skills|
|Anatomy and Sport Injury Terminology|
|Emergency Action Steps and Providing Life Support|
|Physical Assessment and First Aid Techniques|
|Moving Injured or Sick Athletes|
|Sport First Aid for Specific Injuries|
|Respiratory Emergencies and Illnesses|
|Closed Head and Spine Injuries|
|Internal Organ Injuries|
|Upper Body Musculoskeletal Injuries|
|Lower Body Musculoskeletal Injuries|
|Facial and Scalp Injuries|
|First Aid Protocols|
|ASEP Coaches Education Program|
|About the Author|
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