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By Bill Kuchar

ISBN-10: 0071458565

ISBN-13: 9780071458566

From a 40-year veteran, the single ebook to be had dedicated to training highschool basketball

In Coaching highschool Basketball, corridor of Famer invoice Kuchar provides an integral guide for knowledgeable and rookie coaches alike. a mix of vintage strategies and new, state-of-the-art innovations, this one of a kind instruction manual offers easyto- learn diagrams and directions, plus dozens of perform drills to enhance basics and educate cutting edge strikes. Readers will find out how to:

  • Master Kuchar's "double movement offense"
  • Locate, guard, and infiltrate zones
  • Defend opposed to the short holiday
  • Use last-second performs for whilst the sport is at the line
  • Make the main of out-of-bounds performs
  • Scout and evaluation junior highschool expertise
  • Get collage coaches to scout their video games

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An 18-year-old football player is found unconscious after being tackled. On your arrival on the field the patient is supine and unresponsive. His breathing appears shallow and labored, but peripheral pulses are strong and equal, and the trachea is midline. You recognize that his airway needs immediate attention and attempt to remove the faceguard of the helmet but are unsuccessful. Your next step in the management of this athlete should be to (A) remove the chin strap of the helmet to provide airway support until the faceguard can be removed (B) remove the helmet immediately to provide access to the airway, leaving the shoulder pads in place (C) remove the helmet immediately to provide access to the airway, removing the shoulder pads at the same time (D) perform immediate needle decompression of the chest bilaterally for suspected pneumothoraces 3.

Which of the following statements regarding basic fracture care is false? (A) Reduction of fractures should be attempted in the field only when neurovascular compromise is present. (B) Fractures should be splinted in the position in which they are found, unless some degree of reduction is required because of neurovascular compromise. (C) When dealing with an open fracture in which bone or soft tissue is extruding from the wound, one should attempt to push the bone or soft tissue back into the wound prior to splinting the extremity in order to avoid further contamination.

The differentiation of severe from nonsevere medical conditions can best be made by (A) respiratory rate, presence of blisters, body weight, and pulse (B) presence of nausea, vomiting, blood pressure, and pulse (C) rectal temperature, capillary refill, neurologic examination, and pulse (D) mental status, rectal temperature, blood pressure, and pulse 5. Of the following what is not covered by most event liability policies? (A) race director (B) race volunteers (A) event distance and environmental temperature (B) elevation change of the racecourse and wind speed (C) winning time and last finisher time (D) number of medical aid stations and water stations 7.

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