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Steven P. Broglio and Mike Dillon

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Jon Almquist, Donna Broshek, and David Erlanger

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Christina Yannetsos, Mario C. Pacheco, and Danny G. Thomas

number of students was associated with higher comfort with symptom identification, sideline evaluation, Emergency Department visits, and follow-up referral ( p  < .05). Less than 60% of judo clubs reported using a formal protocol for dealing with return to play after head injuries and only 52.1% reported

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Brian W. Wiese, Kevin Miller, and Eduardo Godoy

. His position on the team was as defensive back, specifically as free safety. The athlete reported he fell onto his outstretched arm after tackling an opponent. The initial sideline evaluation included palpation and range of motion testing by a certified athletic trainer and orthopedic physician

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Kevin M. Guskiewicz and Samuel R. Walton

or catastrophic progressions. On-field and sideline assessments largely serve as triage, to ascertain the extent of the injury and the best course of care for the athlete. After ruling out life-threatening injury, the sideline evaluation requires a multifaceted approach to help the clinician detect