Wet Bulb Globe Temperatureis a composite temperature used to estimate the effect of temperature, humidity, wind speed (wind chill) and solar radiation on humans.
What is the Harvard step test?
tests cardiorespiratory test. 5 min or to exhaustion. with metronome subject steps up and down a 20 inch step to 30bpm rate.
What is tinea versicolor?
long-term (chronic) fungal infection of the skin. Symptoms: The main symptom is patches of discolored skin with sharp borders (edges) and fine scales. The patches are often dark reddish-tan in color.
On a WBGT the NATURAL WET-BULB tempurature represents what?
On a WBGT the GLOBE THERMOMETER tempurature represents what?
On a WBGT the DRY-BULB tempurature represents what?
normal air temperature, ambient air
CAULIFLOWER EAR is also known as?
What is the term for 20/20 vision?
What is the term for NEARSIGHTEDNESS?
What is the term for FARSIGNTEDNESS?
INGROWN TOE NAIL is also known as what?
What is a SUBUNGUAL HEMATOMA?
bleeding under the nail bed
BUNIONS are also known as what?
Bunions are caused by what?
an inflammed bursa
Who are the NOCSAE and what do they do?
National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment, they set the standards in football equipment.
Who are the NFHS and what do they do?
National Federation of State High School Associations, they provide information, minimize risk, promote high school atheltics.
What is SWIMMER'S EAR?
infection of the outer ear canal, which runs from your eardrum to the outside of your head. It's often brought on by water that remains in your ear after swimming, creating a moist environment that aids bacterial growth.