Sports First Aid and Injury Prevention
Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Oct 1, 2009 - 122 pages
Sports First Aid and Injury Prevention is a concise manual developed to help coaches and athletic trainers manage the common emergencies they will likely encounter while coaching their sport. Sports First Aid and Injury Prevention includes: coverage of the phases of injury and the injury prevention model; prevention tips for sports-related injuries common to specific sports; and follow-up management and prevention algorithms. Sports First Aid and Injury Prevention will help coaches and trainers prevent on-the-field injuries and prepare them to handle medical emergencies should the need arise.
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Chapter 1 Background Information
Chapter 2 Recognizing a Sick or Injured Athelete
Chapter 3 Caring for SportsRelated Illness
Chapter 4 Caring for SportsRelated Injuries
The Injury Prevention Model
Chapter 6 Preventing SportsRelated Injuries and Illnesses
Chapter 7 CPR and AED
Emergency Action Plan
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