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One of your athletes collides with another athlete during a game. He falls, is slow to get up and seems a bit unsteady on his feet. You take him out of play away from the other athletes and spectators. He tells you his head hurts, but has no other symptoms. He does not have a parent or guardian at the game so you ask another adult to monitor him. About 15 minutes later he is complaining of neck pain and vomits. What should you do next?CorrectIncorrect
During a game, you notice an athlete lying on the ice. You did not see the incident. The play is stopped, you follow basic first aid procedure, then assist him to get up and take him to the dressing room. The athlete complains of a headache and says he feels dizzy. What should happen next?CorrectIncorrect
Your athlete falls and hits her head hard on the ground. She gets up quickly and wants to continue to play on. What should you do?CorrectIncorrect
During soccer practice, while participating in a shooting drill, one of your athletes collides with another athlete and falls backwards on the ground. Her head did not appear to move rapidly back and forth and she did not hit her head on the ground when she fell. She immediately jumped up continued on with the drill. What should you do?CorrectIncorrect
During a hockey playoff game, one of your best athletes is hit hard against the boards. You noticed his head moved rapidly back and forth. He does not fall over and slowly gets back into the game. One of the other adults on the bench yells out, “That-a-boy, don’t let them slow you down, you’re better than that!” What should you do?CorrectIncorrect