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Chapter 25. Conditions and Illnesses. Objectives. Describe the conditions that causes illness. Understand how to prevent conditions and illness from occurring. Know that many of the signs and symptoms are similar among conditions. Describe various conditions that affect athletes. Asthma.

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Chapter 25

Conditions and Illnesses


Objectives

  • Describe the conditions that causes illness.

  • Understand how to prevent conditions and illness from occurring.

  • Know that many of the signs and symptoms are similar among conditions.

  • Describe various conditions that affect athletes.


Asthma


Ashtma triggers


Asthma

  • Signs and Symptoms


Asthma treatment


Managing an attack


Complications


Appendicitis


Appendicitis


Food Poisoning


Indigestion


Indigestion


Diabetes


Diabetes


Diabetes


Diabetes


Diabetes


Diabetic Coma


Diabetic shock


Hypertension


Hypertension

Signs/Symptoms

Causes


Hypotension


Anemia


Iron-Deficiency Anemia


Sickle cell anemia


Sickle cell anemia


Sickle cell anemia


Sickle cell anemia

Complications

Preventions


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Sickle Cell anemia

  • Treat as a medical emergency

    1) Check vital signs.

    2) Administer high-flow oxygen, 15 lpm (if available), with a non-rebreather face mask.

    3) Cool the athlete, if necessary.

    4) If the athlete is obtunded(minished arousal or awareness) or as vital signs decline, call 911, attach an AED, start an IV, and get the athlete to the hospital fast.

    5) Tell the doctors to expect explosive rhabdomyolysis and grave metabolic complications.

    6) Proactively prepare by having an Emergency Action Plan and appropriate emergency equipment for all practices and competitions.


Neurological Conditions


Epilepsy


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