Which of the following is an environmental treatment option for alcoholism? a. zero-tolerance policies b. 12-step programs c. outpatient therapy d. inpatient treatment
Some of the many health reform techniques of the era included hydropathy. Hypnotism. Phrenology. All of the above.
When a physical need has been achieved to a drug or alcohol, this is referred to as ________________. the endocrine system toxicity dependence or addiction motor function issues?
Weight training has the biggest effect on __________. A. cardiac muscles B. smooth muscles C. involuntary muscles D. skeletal muscles
Which of the following terms describes the straightening of a joint, rather than bending flexon, hyperxtension, extension or none?
What must your skeletal muscles do in order to move? A. engage their fibers slowly B. twitch involuntarily C. separate from the bone D. contract and relax
Pregnancy responsibilities include all the following EXCEPT: A. exercising excessively B. eating healthy C. eliminating alcohol D. eliminating drugs HURRY I NEED HELP I AM ON A QUIZ
Proper usage of the PRICE method of treatment can heal an ACL injury. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
All of the following are treatments for mental health disorders EXCEPT: a. group therapy b. chemotherapy c. psychotherapy d. medication
One of the key disadvantages of buying fitness equipment is __________. a. privacy b. flexibility c. maintenance d. choice
Dwane needs to be careful about eating carbohydrates. What type of diet could he be following? a. lactose-free b. vegetarian c. kosher d. diabetic
Hypothermia is a condition caused by exercising in extreme heat. Please select the best answer from the choices provided. T F
Which of the following athletic programs are associated with special needs? A. Special Olympics B. US Youth Soccer TOPSoccer C. Miracle League D. all of the above
What is the most commonly cited cause of occupational injuries in the healthcare sector? A. Repositioning of patients B. Manual pipetting C. Slips and trips D. Workplace violence
Which of the following BEST represents the relationship between physical fitness and exercise?A.Physical fitness requires more strenuous activity than exercise.B.Exercise is a subset of physical fitness.C.Physical fitness is the same as exercise.D.There is no relationship between physical fitness and exercise.
Marijuana smoke and tobacco smoke both contain dangerous substances known as a. carcinogens. b. stimulants. c. hallucinogens. d. depressants.
What is the third basic component of an exercise program that includes cardio and flexibility? body composition water consumption strength training cardiorespiratory endurance
What structures come together to form a joint? two or more muscles two or more bones a muscle and a ligament a bone and a muscle
Which drugs are known to distort the perception of reality and thought processes? A. Narcotics B. Hallucinogens C. Depressants D. Uppers
Something that affects the structure or function of an organism is referred to as a __________. a)modifier b)rash c)disease d)symptom
Which of the following statements about alcohol is correct? A. The higher the level of the enzyme dehydrogenate in the body, the faster one becomes intoxicated. B. Mixing different kinds of alcoholic beverages increases the rate of intoxication. C. Coffee alters the blood alcohol level in a person's body. D. Men and women metabolize alcohol at different rates.
Side effects such as drowsiness, mental clouding, and nausea can be a result of taking: Tranquilizers Pain Relievers Narcotics Stimulants
A monitored patient in the icu developed a sudden onset of narrow-complex tachycardia at a rate of 220/min. the patient’s blood pressure is 128/58 mm hg, the petco2 is 38 mm hg, and the pulse oximetry reading is 98%. there is vascular access in the left arm, and the patient has not been given any vasoactive drugs. a 12-lead ecg confirms a supraventricular tachycardia with no evidence of ischemia or infarction. the heart rate has not responded to vagal maneuvers. what is your next action?
Which of the following statements is most accurate? A. Using only BMI calculation to determine ideal weight effectively differentiates between lean tissue and fat. B. Using only BMI calculation to determine ideal weight has no disadvantages compared to other methods. C. Using only BMI calculation to determine ideal weight neglects the difference between lean tissue and body fat. D. Using only BMI calculation to determine ideal weight takes into consideration both lean tissue and body fat.
Which statement accurately describes the safety of condom use?A.. Condoms are inexpensive and accessible, but they are not very effective at preventing infection or pregnancy.B.. If condoms don't tear or slip out of place, they help against infection and pregnancy.C.. Condoms are more effectiveat preventing pregnancy than hormone-based birth control methods.