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Shota Tanaka, Hiroki Ueta, Ryo Sagisaka, Shuji Sakanashi, Takahiro Hara and Hideharu Tanaka

pads, which took 24.4 ± 7.2 s and caused a delay in chest exposure and compression initiation. 9 Studies on CPR quality and protective equipment removal during American football and lacrosse have been reported previously. 9 – 17 The rate of adequate chest compression depth was 46% lower when football

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Richard J. Boergers, Thomas G. Bowman, Nicole Sgherza, Marguerite Montjoy, Melanie Lu and Christopher W. O’Brien

sport activity, the second leading cause in patients younger than 30 years of age. 7 It is critical for ATs to not only be familiar with protective equipment, but also with how to remove it to gain emergency access to patients. The goal of prehospital clinical care is to stabilize patients and prepare

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Kenneth E. Games, Zachary K. Winkelmann and Lindsey E. Eberman

lift-and-carry of patients. 1 The environment that a firefighter works in routinely exposes them to hazards such as smoke, fire, and chemicals. 2 , 3 Fortunately, firefighters have personal protective equipment (PPE) including helmets, jackets, and trousers that protect them from the environment. 4

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population in a host of settings. We are actively accepting photos that highlight diversity in athletic trainers, patients, settings, and activities, as well as photos that properly illustrate social distancing and the use of personal protective equipment. Help us tell your story. Learn more and upload your

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Jenna Ratka, Jamie Mansell and Anne Russ

efficacy of preventative strategies. Protective equipment affords the greatest potential for mitigation of injury in full-contact collision sports (e.g., American football, ice hockey). 1 , 4 In some of these sports, helmets and mouthguards are mandated as a strategy to reduce head injuries 5 , 6

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, MSHA, ATC, NREMT * 10 02 2020 1 07 2020 25 4 190 196 10.1123/ijatt.2019-0001 ijatt.2019-0001 Kendo Protective Equipment Prevents Quick Access for Resuscitation During Sudden Cardiac Arrest: A Cross-Over Manikin Study Shota Tanaka BS, ATC, EMT-P * Hiroki Ueta PhD, EMT-P * Ryo Sagisaka PhD, EMT

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Kathleen E. Bachynski

the introduction of protective equipment into hockey as a success story in the history of injury prevention. 5 Players, coaches, managers, trainers, family members, and other participants, whose experiences of hockey head and facial injuries motivated their efforts to reduce these risks, primarily

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reviewed? a. Australia, Denmark, and Norway b. Australia, Denmark, and Sweden c. Australia, Norway, and Sweden d. Denmark, Norway, and New Zealand 3. Of the seven studies reviewed, how many were cohort studies? a. 4 b. 5 c. 6 d. 7 4. As mentioned by Ratka et al, in rugby, the use of protective equipment

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compressions was not adequate on top of the Kendo protective equipment when performed by female laypeople. a. True b. False 20. Bruce and Dorney note that posturing in any form is thought to be indicative of loss of consciousness. a. True b. False Attention CEU Quiz Participants CEU tests are available

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Brandon C. Platt, Sue Falsone and Kenneth C. Lam,

American Academy of Pediatrics does not discourage return to participation following injury in children with a single testicle or an undescended testicle, protective equipment such as a protective cup used by the patient in this case is highly recommended. 3 , 5 , 15 , 16 Review of 4.4 million athlete