By Khalid W. Bibi, American College of Sports Medicine, Michael G. Niederpruem
ACSM's Certification evaluate is a assessment handbook for applicants in need of an ACSM credential together with ACSM qualified healthiness health professional (HFS), the ACSM scientific workout expert (CES), and the ACSM qualified own coach (CPT) certifications. content material relies at the wisdom, abilities, and talents (KSAs) present in ACSM's instructions for workout trying out and Prescription.
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D. ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY 1. ECG Lead Placement (Figure 1-14) a. The standard or Mason-Likar 12-lead system uses 10 electrodes: 4 limb electrodes and 6 precordial electrodes. 1) Limb Electrodes a) Right arm (RA) and left arm (LA) electrodes are positioned just inferior to the distal ends of the right and left clavicle, respectively. b) Right leg (RL) and left leg (LL) electrodes are positioned just superior to the iliac crest along the midclavicular line. 2) Precordial (or “V”) Electrodes a) V1 and V2 are positioned at the fourth intercostal space on the right and left sternal border, respectively.
3) Normally, 60% of the gait cycle is in stance (foot in contact with the ground), and 40% is in swing (foot not in contact with the ground). b. 5 m/s. Decreases in walking speed occur with aging, injury, and disease. c. 5 m, and a typical stride rate, or cycle rate (CR), is approximately 1 cycle/s. With increasing gait speed, CL and CR increase. d. In the frontal plane, pelvic movement during walking is approximately 5 cm on each side, alternating as each leg assumes a support role. In the transverse plane, the pelvis rotates a total of 8◦ , half of it anteriorly and half of it posteriorly.
D) Because of greater number of muscles contracting more rapidly and with greater force. 20. Who first described that a body immersed in fluid is buoyed up with a force equal to the weight of the displaced fluid? A) Einstein. B) Freud. C) Whitehead. D) Archimedes. 21. Which of the following bones articulates proximally with the sternal manubrium and distally with the 27 scapula and is helpful to palpate in electrode placement? A) Scapula. B) Sternum. C) Clavicle. D) Twelfth rib. 22. In regard to lifting and proper body mechanics, what position is described when the knees are slightly flexed and the body is bent forward from the hips with the back remaining straight and the chest and head up?
ACSM's Certification Review, 3rd Edition by Khalid W. Bibi, American College of Sports Medicine, Michael G. Niederpruem