Part of Course: Sports Medicine Model
Unit Overview / Details
In this unit, students will focus on proper wound care and become familiar with biohazard protocals, OSHA Laws, and bloodborne pathogens.
- 5 Hours
Content / Concepts
- Know the process for assessing the health status of patients and clients.
- Know the process for evaluating potential hazards to patients and clients.
- Use appropriate equipment for transportation and transfer, including the modification of equipment and techniques, to accommodate the health status of patients and clients.
- Know how to evaluate potential causes and methods of transmitting infections and how to apply standard precautionary guidelines.
- Use various manual and mechanical decontamination and
sterilization techniques and procedures.
Lessons in this Unit
In this this lesson, I will use ketchup to teach students to identify and treat open wounds including biohazard protocals, OSHA Laws, and bloodborne pathogens.
- 4 periods
- 50 Minutes
The Sports Medicine student will learn proper wound care (abrasion) procedures for an injured person, and practice their communication skills, with others, in the process. This is a good “hands on”/practical application and interaction lesson. The student will be able to demonstrate proper procedures, and utilize appropriate supplies, for wound care.
- 1 class period
- 90 Minutes