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Kelley D. Henderson, Sarah A. Manspeaker and Zevon Stubblefield

22 AT facility   1.016   February 23 AT facility   1.021 Began return-to-activity protocol February 26 AT facility   1.009 Began outdoor activity Abbreviations: AT = athletic training; CK = creatine kinase; ED = emergency department; USG = urine-specific gravity. Intervention The patient received two

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hydration status of players used by professional ice hockey athletic trainers? a. urine color b. urine-specific gravity c. weigh-ins/outs pre-/postgame d. weigh-ins/outs pre-/postpractice 18. Drinking ad libitum or to thirst may be sufficient to maintain hydration during shorter, intense activity where

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Cody R. Smith, Cory L. Butts, J.D. Adams, Matthew A. Tucker, Nicole E. Moyen, Matthew S. Ganio and Brendon P. McDermott

euhydration before body mass was assessed (349KLX Digital Medical Scale; Health-O-Meter, McCook, IL). Urine specific gravity greater than 1.025 was considered hypohydrated, and participants were provided fluid until urine specific gravity was <1.025. Participants brought their own fluids for hydration during

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Dawn M. Emerson, Toni M. Torres-McGehee, Susan W. Yeargin, Kyle Dolan and Kelcey K. deWeber

measure hydration, urine color and weigh-ins/outs were most frequently used. No college ATs reported measuring urine-specific gravity, which is a better estimate of hydration status than urine color or weight. 16 , 17 Most ATs provided hydration education throughout the entire season. However, one AT